Bath Salts: Use of Dangerous Drug Inccreasing Across US


On Tuesday, US Senator Chris Coons praised recent legislation for the nationwide ban on "bath salts," a dangerous synthetic drug that has emerged in the past few years and may have led to the recent attack in Miami where a man ate off 80 percent of a

Last week, Rudy Eugene, 31, allegedly took the new LSD drug, “bath salts,” which led him to strip completely and eat about 75 percent of a homeless man's face. The entire incident was caught on tape. Now bath salts are posing a concern outside of Miami

A Florida attack may boost legislation in the House and Senate to criminalize ingredients used in bath salts hallucinogen.

Last week, Rudy Eugene, 31, allegedly took the new LSD drug, “bath salts,” which led him to strip completely and eat about 75 percent of a homeless man's face. The entire incident was caught on tape. Now bath salts are posing a concern outside of Miami

Last week, Rudy Eugene, 31, allegedly took the new LSD drug, “bath salts,” which led him to strip completely and eat about 75 percent of a homeless man's face. The entire incident was caught on tape. Now bath salts are posing a concern outside of Miami

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