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2013-11-02 23:02:18

Hundreds more drugs are added to the list of synthetics being sold internationally, so Narconon releases a new educational feature to help parents keep their kids safe. (PRWEB) November 02, 2013 Most of the world heard about the “Miami zombie” attack over Memorial Day, 2012, in which a homeless man lost much of his face to an attacker who was high on drugs. At that moment, a new drug dubbed “bath salts” was suddenly launched into high public awareness. At that moment, the subject...

Bath Salts More Addictive Than Meth In Rats
2013-07-10 17:50:06

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Although they may have been disproven as a source of the coming zombie apocalypse, bath salts are still very much a public threat. A new study from scientists at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California has found that the designer drugs are more addictive than methamphetamine. The active ingredient in bath salts, MDPV, is a powerful stimulant derived from the main active ingredient in khat, a leaf chewed for...

2013-04-23 22:18:53

Use and abuse of "bath salts," a new group of designer drugs, have been increasing in recent years, particularly among teenagers. Poison control centers received over 2,000 calls last year for patients with delusions, hallucinations and paranoia following "bath salt" use. Although the synthetic compounds found in "bath salts" are routinely changing in order to circumvent laws on banned substances, federal legislation recently added MDPV, a common constituent in "bath salts," to the list of...

2012-09-09 23:03:09

Advantage Testing in Beaumont, Texas educates consumers on the dangers and laws regarding a new synthetic drug with the street name "Bath Salts" and advises employers that the company now provides testing for this illegal substance. (PRWEB) September 08, 2012 Advantage Testing, a leading provider of workplace drug testing in Beaumont, Texas, recently decided to create awareness about the use of a fairly new synthetic drug that goes by the street name "Bath Salts." In an increased effort to...

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2012-06-05 16:46:37

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com Since "zombie attacker" Rudy Eugene made headlines over the Memorial Day weekend, lawmakers in Canada are now trying to ban the drug that led a man to chew another man's face off. Eugene, a 31-year-old, was shot and killed by police after he attacked and began to consume the face of 65-year-old Ronald Poppo in Miami, Florida. The attack was reminiscent of what would be written out in a zombie movie, but was actually caused by a drug known as "bath salts."...


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abrosia
  • Wasting away as a result of abstinence from food.
The word 'abrosia' comes from a Greek roots meaning 'not' and 'eating'.