A few years ago Bath Salts were the big drug in the news around the country.  It appears they never went away and are now actually easier to get, especially online.

They can also have a number of code names, according to the Ithaca Voice “Among the names police discovered had been used to market bath salts: “NightLights,” which was sold as an aphrodisiac; “Eight Ballz,” which were sold as a glass cleaner; something called “Energy Soak;” and “Jack Rabbit,” which was sold to kids and had pink, fluffy material on the inside.”

From WebMD…

“What Do People Experience When They Take Bath Salts?

The effects can include agitation, paranoia, hallucinations, chest pain, increased pulse, high blood pressure, and suicidal thinking/behavior, Horowitz says.

Suicidal thinking/behavior may last “even after the stimulatory effects of the drugs have worn off,” Horowitz says. “At least for MDPV, there have been a few highly publicized suicides a few days after their use.”