Synthetic cathinones, more commonly known as "bath salts," are synthetic (human-made) drugs chemically related to , a stimulant found in the khat plant. Khat is a shrub grown in East Africa and southern Arabia, and people sometimes chew its leaves for their mild stimulant effects. Synthetic variants of can be much stronger than the natural product and, in some cases, very dangerous (Baumann, 2014).
Details : Synthetic cathinones are included in a group of drugs that concern public health officials called "new psychoactive substances" (NPS). NPS are unregulated psychoactive (mind-altering) substances that have become newly available on the market and are intended to copy the effects of . Some of these substances may have been around for years but have reentered the market in altered chemical forms or due to renewed popularity.
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