Ban on bath salts

The US drug enforcement agency (DEA), has made a temporary ban on the selling of bath salts The reason for this is because many young people are using this as a drug When bath salts are snorted, injected or swallowed, it can mimic the same effect as LSD and other People who have used bath salts as a drug have had impaired perceptions, reduced motor control, disorientation, extreme paranoia and violent episodes The DEA has placed this chemical on its most restrictive list According to the DEA, tobacco shops, gas stations, convenience stores and online sites have been selling this chemical They were marketed under catchy names such as “Ivory Wave,” “Purple Wave,” “Vanilla sky” and “Bliss” This temporary ban should continue for at least another year The DEA wants to do studies to see if bath salts should be permanently banned The DEA also stresses that they have for people who manufacture, distribute, or sell these drugs Those who are caught will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law