Rapid Drug Tests for Bath Salts (MDPV)

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Drug of Abuse: Bath SaltsDrug of Abuse Bath Salts

Bath salts are the name given to a type of drug with one or more human-made chemicals related to cathinone. Cathinone is a stimulant found naturally in the khat plant, grown in East Africa and southern Arabia.

Chemically, cathinone is similar to amphetamines such as Methamphetamine and Ecstasy.

Bath salts are a description of several recreational designer drugs. The name is derived from instances where drugs were disguised as bath salts to sell on the internet and smoke shops. The white powder, granules, or crystals resemble bath salts, but they differ chemically.

Street names: Bloom, Cloud Nine, Flakka, Vanilla Sky, White Lightning, and Scarface.

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