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Synthetic cocaine bath salts has taken the United States by storm in recent years. This product has been available in countries like the UK since early 2000. These “bath salts” were largely available in convenience stores and gas stations, until recently when people began to take a closer look at this product.

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Synthetic Cocaine Bath SaltsSold with the label “bath salts” for around $50 per container, this product does not offer a list of ingredients. Traditional bath salts do. The synthetic ingredients such as mephedrone in this product have a similar mechanism of action to cocaine. This is how it came to be called synthetic cocaine bath salts. Names such as “Ivory Wave,” “Vanilla Sky,” “Meow Meow” and “Bliss” are commonly found names for this product.

Although the ingredients in the synthetic cocaine bath salt is unknown, it is likely that none of the components alone are banned by the DEA. The American Association of Poison Control Centers reports that in the calendar year 2010, only 236 calls were received regarding this chemical, while January 2011 alone saw 251 calls.

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In speaking with a local emergency room nurse (in Northern Ohio), she reports that her small hospital will see one or two cases a week in which young people are brought in by friends or family because they are hallucinating or “freaking out.” Unfortunately, nothing can be done for these people because it is still unclear as to what they have ingested. This same nurse reports that the staff in the ER treat these patients by way of “watchful waiting:” a term used when traditional medical treatments are not effective so the patient is observed until the effects of the drug have gone through his or her system.

Early 2011 saw the most deaths related to this product, which forced the Federal Government to stand up and take notice. Currently there are no Federal regulations on this product, but many states have made it illegal to possess or sell.

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