Bath Salts Hotline

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girls are sniffing cocaine (imitation). isolated on a black background

If you or your loved one are experimented with bath salts, and are having toxic poisoning and violent reaction to it, you need to call the Bath Salts Hotline. If you are overdosed, you  need to go to your local emergency room.

According to NIDA, a National Institute on Drug Abuse:

A new resource on “bath salts,” an emerging family of drugs containing one or more synthetic chemicals, is now available on NIDA’s website: drugabuse.gov.  Reports of severe intoxication and dangerous health effects associated with use of bath salts have made these drugs a serious and growing public health and safety issue.

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Opium Substance Abuse-Opiate Addiction

Opium Substance Abuse-Opiate Addiction

Opium Substance Abuse-Opiate Addiction

Opium is an illicit drug, and is highly addictive non-synthetic narcotic. It derived from the opium poppy seed pod (Papaver somniferum). . The milky fluid that seeps from its incisions in the unripe seed pod of this poppy has been scraped by hand and air-dried to produce what is known as opium. The opium substance has a black or brown color, resembling tar like substance. The opium is normally smoked, in order to get high. When smoked, the opiate chemicals rapidly pass in to the lungs, where they are absorbed quickly in the blood stream, and then distributed to all vital organs. If opium is ingested by mouth, the drug will take longer to produce its effects.

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