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May 29th, 2012
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Why 'bath salts' are dangerous

On Saturday night in Miami, a naked “zombie-like” man attacked another man, biting off parts of his face. The attack was halted only when police shot and killed the attacker, identified as 31-year old Rudy Eugene.

What would make someone attack another man like an animal? Armando Aguilar, president of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police, suspects that the attacker was under the influence of  drugs known as "bath salts."

These aren’t the same bath salts to make your tub water smell nice. “Bath salts” is just a fake name, but users know it’s not really for the bath.

Dr. Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse described bath salts as an "emerging and dangerous product" in February 2011, urging parents, teachers and the public to be aware of the potential dangers associated with these drugs, which had already been linked to numerous visits to the E.R. and calls to poison control centers in the U.S. In October 2011, these "bath salts" and its related products were put on schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances Act, which means that the drug has no legitimate use or safety in the U.S. and is highly addictive.

Bath salts contain amphetamine-like chemicals such as methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), mephedrone, and pyrovalerone. They’re referred to as a “designer drug of the phenethylamine class” by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Other drugs in this class include amphetamines, mescaline, and ephedrine. MDPV comes in a powdered form that is inhaled, swallowed or shot into a vein. Bath Salts are sold as "cocaine substitutes" or "synthetic LSD".

When MDPV gets to the brain, the effects include producing feelings of empathy, stimulation, alertness, euphoria, sensory awareness and hallucinations. Other reported effects include rapid heart rate, high blood pressure, and sweating. According to the DEA, MDPV has been reported to cause intense panic attacks, psychosis, and a strong desire to use the drug again.

“Addictive substances, whether they are bath salts, alcohol or other drugs, can have horrific and costly consequences. Sometimes these consequences can result from only one use; other times they are a result of the complex brain disease of addiction," says Susan E. Foster, vice president and director of policy research and analysis at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.

"Together, risky use of addictive substances and addiction constitute our nation’s largest and most costly health problem.  In the interest of health and public safety, Americans must begin to understand that substance use is a preventable public health problem and addiction is a treatable disease," she added.

In 2009, reports began surfacing about teens and young adults abusing synthetic stimulant products sold as Bath Salts, “plant fertilizer," energy-1, Ivory Wave, Red Dove, Purple Wave, Blue Silk, Zoom, Bloom, Cloud Nine, Ocean Snow, Lunar Wave, Vanilla Sky, White Lightning, Scarface, and Hurricane Charlie.

The Drug Enforcement Administration's forensic monitoring system found two reports of MDPV in 2009. In 2010 that figure jumped to 338 cases. Between January through September 2011, the numbers skyrocketed to 911 MDPV cases, spanning 34 states.


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      Wes.. Finally someone intelligent here. Thank You. What you witnessed is exactly the behavior my son has displayed while using these. Thank you for your comments here. Many here need to wake up, stop being wanna be Comedians at others expense, and actually pay attention to the world around them.

      June 5, 2012 at 23:33 | Report abuse |
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      My son started doing Bath Salts, our whole family thinks they are horrible. He is mean, paranoid, and disconnected in his thinking.His cousin did them and is in a mental hospital.He hasn't been ok since trying them. From a nice guy to now he talks on his spirit phone, communicatrs thur his mind and a few other mental issues. So guess it is all in how it effects you, and your family. so don't take a chance.with this garbage. Anything out of Chinia is not going to be good for the USA be it dog food, toys or drugs. Two young men down with one drug. There is something wrong with the drug! So don't do even try them.It would be nice if they could come back to reality, but no one seems to have very many answers. So are families are living this nightmare.

      June 12, 2012 at 09:02 | Report abuse |
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      Wanna be comedians aren't making bath salts, man. Watch yourself next time you are at Zannies open mic. We are legion. – Tip your wait staff. I'm getting the light. Vote stoned! I'm out.

      June 25, 2012 at 20:18 | Report abuse |
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    LSD? Bath Salts? Crack? These all sound like an easy way to keep the public from panicking. Anyone can blam a problem on drugs, but That doesn't make it true. You people need to think outside the box for once in your life. Take a look around, smell the fresh air. Cause something doesn't smell right. -GonZo_

    June 1, 2012 at 12:21 | Report abuse | Reply
    • Wes

      Yeah this attack 100% sounds like a guy was on bath salts. I go to Grand Valley State University and witnessed two kids on this drug who completely lost their mind and when I read the article about the man it was shocking some of the similarities. These kids were running around screaming as if they were monsters and just on another planet, and this was just openly on campus where everyone could see. They said it makes you feel superhuman, this kid walks up infront of my friends car, raises his hand up, and smashes down on the hood as hard as he could as if he thought he was going to smash through the hood, obviously he failed miserably and fell backwards and broke his hand, but just the fact that he thought he could do it. When me and my friend got out of the car to see what was this kids problem, he just started to mumble a bunch of jibberish and turned around and took off running. Shortly after about 10 cop cars come in flying at what seemed 100mph on campus to come after these kids. It also has "suicidal thoughts" as one of the symptoms as bath salts and one kid was running around screaming things like "Somebody kill me now, someone just end my life," when he was getting arrested he was yelling "why are you arresting me just kill me". Also another thing that is scary was how the guy in Miami got shot and didn't even flinch, well the other kid apart of this was laughing uncontrollably the entire time, just could not stop laughing. This kid got tackled by a police officer and wouldnt sit still, so they tased him. As he was getting tased it was as if it wasn't working, he just kept laughing as hes getting tased. Eventually they handcuffed them and immediately sent them to the ER, these kids were on life support and in the ER for like a week, but I guess they were lucky and made it and are still living. Bath salts is one scary drug

      June 4, 2012 at 13:36 | Report abuse |
  3. taterdb

    ^ It very likely was drugs, this is not the first totally insane story involving bath salts to come out in the last year or so. I'm sure a quick ggogle search will enlighten anyone that is interested into exactly how nasty these drugs are. That said I have seen so many comparisons between bath salts and lsd or bath salts and cocaine, and that is a bunch of bs. especially comparing bath salts to lsd, the two are not alike at all. lsd when used carefully can be quite wonderful, many terms have been used to describe it, beautiful, enlightening, spiritual. No one has ever said those things about bath salts, pretty much everyone agrees there is no good that can come from bath salts. The next journalist that types the words "new potent form of lsd," needs to go back to school, because it is a bold faced lie. lsd has been around for quite some time and there are people that still covet it, bath salts have been around in the mainstream about a year now, and they have caused nothing but problems. And why did it come about? well not that any strong stimulant can't be dangerous, but the safer ones (coke, crack and meth if you can believe that) are illegal and can be very expensive and difficult to obtain whereas bath salts are cheap and easy to find, Id say that is a direct failure of our current hardline, war on drugs policy.

    June 1, 2012 at 13:16 | Report abuse | Reply
    • toxictown

      Well...to be fair, he said the were being sold and marketed as synthetic LSD, not that they were synhetic LSD. But yes, you are right – a world away from true psychedelics although there have been some weird anomolies there too.

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    These bath salts are pure EVIL. They will quickly turn someone you know or love into someone you dont know at all. They are being sold in convenience stores and are slowly killing our youth. My son is one of them. And yes..... A direct failure of our war on drugs for sure. Gonzo....these are a huge problem and have been a problem for a very long time. In many countries.

    June 2, 2012 at 08:49 | Report abuse | Reply
  6. Sup

    Drugs weren't found at the scene and it'll be weeks before autopsy results show anything. If drugs are involved, my guess would be PCP, not bath salts.

    June 2, 2012 at 16:20 | Report abuse | Reply
    • Not one of the flock

      PCP is not usually associated with violence at all and won't make the average person violent. That was just media hysteria surrounding the drug during the 70's and 80's. In reality PCP is a dissociative anesthetic that can produce a wide range of effects but violence is not one i have seen in people who use it. Hell i took it once and it floored me so much that a 5 year old girl could have beaten me up.

      The drug that is most commonly associated with violence and can make even the most peaceful person into a lunatic can be bought over the counter at any store that's licensed to carry liquor. Good old alcohol the great legal drug is far more likely to turn you into a violent idiot who can resist quite abit of pain then any of these "evil drugs" like PCP, LSD or even methamphetamine. Most homicides have alcohol involved so if the anti-drug crowd ever wanted to reduce crime associated with drugs alcohol would be a good place to start.

      Not that i have anything against people drinking either and i enjoy a few pints myself but what's needed in this world is more personal responsibility not more people blaming drugs for all their problems.

      June 4, 2012 at 12:54 | Report abuse |
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    Why 'bath salts' are dangerous

    Well, its cuz you eat folkses faces off after you take 'em... which is frowned on in our hood. And the po po then busts a cap in your ass. So its an indirect risk, but it still sucks.

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    How about we stop blaming these drugs and instead start blaming the people who thought taking these drugs was a good idea for their own actions? I'm quite sure those "bath salts" didn't suddenly jump off a shelf somewhere and ram themselves down the users throat (or up their nose or whatever).

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    This is a rather poor story to say the least. This drug has nothing to do with LSD and is certainly not synthetic LSD considering LSD is a synthetic drug itself! LSD is not a amphetamine like drug in anyway it is a tryptamine psychedelic and does not even posses any stimulant like qualities. Also unlike the unknown chemicals labeled as bath salts it has a pretty good safety record.

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    I guess since PCP has fallen out of favor and since the media has milked methamphetamine for all it's worth that they had to come up with a new "evil drug" to blame everything on.

    June 4, 2012 at 12:42 | Report abuse | Reply
    • tracy

      Why dont you give some a try and see for yourself. YOU are one of those who definitely has no clue of what you are talking about. Hysteria and fear. People should be very afraid of what bath salts can do. LOL??? Maybe you need your head examined. Who laughs and makes light of another persons pain? You are showing complete ignorance with the things you have posted here.

      June 5, 2012 at 23:26 | Report abuse |
  15. s1winm

    They have no idea what caused that guy to go insane. Just someone from the FOP GUESSING what it was, since when does speculation from someone not even involved in the case... bah w/e continue with your BATH SALTS!!! circus. lol

    "Armando Aguilar, president of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police, suspects that the attacker was under the influence of drugs known as 'bath salts.'."

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    Bath salts are definitely illegal and based on the information in the article are highly addictive and has no legitimate use or safety. Parents defintiely need to be aware of these emerging drugs and pay close attention to protect their children. Its terrible that some has to lose their life to bring attention to this dangerous drug.

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    I think we should have some type of sovereign make a decsion on how the bath salts should be taken out of stores.

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    i have recently seen the pictures of the victim of the attack and his face was completly destroyed i know the doctors did what they could to try to get his face back. this homeless man was just an innocenty bystander and had to suffer huge consequences because we didnt have anybody to act on the removal of the bath salts quickly.

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