Everyone in the United States has been wondering, whether the “cannibal man” in Miami who attacked a homeless person was high on bath salts or not. Well the answer provided by the licensed doctors and therapists at Journey Healing Centers, is yes, bath salts might have be the cause. Meanwhile, the Journey Healing Centre has also affirmed that they will be raising awareness among the community to avoid such bizarre incidents in future.
The doctors also believe that bath salts is not a common type of illegal drug, it is much more than that. It will not be wrong to say that bath salts are more or less combination of LSD, Meth, and PCP. This combination causes more hallucination, higher blood pressure and other uncontrollable emotions.
According to bath salts users, the effects of bath salts are more powerful than that of LSD, Meth, and PCP. “You hallucinate and go into a drift where you lose consciousness and go into a different atmosphere almost,” said one of the users.
“It does horrendous things to you internally. I'd never experienced anything like that," Sharp another user told CNN. "It really actually scared me pretty bad."
"I just felt all kinds of crazy," said Sharp, now 27, of Tennessee, who says he hasn't used bath salts in months.
"It felt so evil. It felt like the darkest, evilest thing imaginable."
Sharp who is also addicted to the drug, asked the other drug users to immediately stop using bath salts and value life more. He said that the drug has destroyed his life and family.
One of the major reasons due to which the authorities are not able to completely ban the bath salts is that they are packaged as household items, helping the makers to dodge the authorities. However, it would prudent to stop the distribution of bath salts ingredients collectively to a single vendor.
The only good news out of this brutal incident is that the authorities have finally decided to take the matter of bath salts seriously. The Senate recently passed a ban included in the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act.
"Let this be a warning to those who make a profit manufacturing and selling killer chemical components to our teens and children: the jig is up," Sen. Charles Schumer."This bill closes loopholes that have allowed manufacturers to circumvent local and state bans and ensures that you cannot simply cross state lines to find these deadly synthetic drugs."