Synthetic legal intoxicating drugs: the emerging 'incense' and 'bath salt' phenomenon.

@article{Jerry2012SyntheticLI,
  title={Synthetic legal intoxicating drugs: the emerging 'incense' and 'bath salt' phenomenon.},
  author={Jason M Jerry and Gregory B Collins and David W Streem},
  journal={Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={79 4},
  pages={258-64}
}
Synthetic legal intoxicating drugs (SLIDs), such as those commonly contained in products sold over the counter as "bath salts" and "incense," have risen tremendously in popularity in the past few years. These drugs can have powerful adverse effects, including acute psychosis with delusions, hallucinations, and potentially dangerous, bizarre behavior. 

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