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bath salts

 (băth, bäth)
1. A crystalline, often scented substance that is added to bathwater to improve lathering and soften the skin.
2. Any of several drugs composed of synthetic cathinones, used as stimulants and usually packaged as cosmetics or household products.

bath salts

pl n
soluble scented salts for use in a bath

bath′ salts`

(bæθ, bɑθ)
a preparation of flakes or crystals used to soften or give a pleasant scent to a bath.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bath salts - a preparation that softens or scents a bathbath salts - a preparation that softens or scents a bath
toilet articles, toiletry - artifacts used in making your toilet (washing and taking care of your body)
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
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(soːlt) noun
1. (also common salt) sodium chloride, a white substance frequently used for seasoning. The soup needs more salt.
2. any other substance formed, like common salt, from a metal and an acid.
3. a sailor, especially an experienced one. an old salt.
containing, tasting of, preserved in salt. salt water; salt pork.
to put salt on or in. Have you salted the potatoes?
ˈsalted adjective
(negative unsalted) containing or preserved with salt. salted butter; salted beef.
ˈsaltness noun
ˈsalty adjective
containing or tasting of salt. Tears are salty water.
ˈsaltiness noun
bath salts
a usually perfumed mixture of certain salts added to bath water.
the salt of the earth
a very good or worthy person. People like her are the salt of the earth.
take (something) with a grain/pinch of salt
to receive (a statement, news etc) with a slight feeling of disbelief. I took his story with a pinch of salt.
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I usually give my homemade bath salts out at holidays and special occasions, plus I make them for some folks year round.
Some of the most popular designer drugs are hallucinogens such as NBOMes, stimulants such as bath salts (named for their resemblance to Epsom salts) and spice--synthetic cannabinoids that mimic marijuana.
Stramonium poisoning initially misdiagnosed with bath salt intoxication requiring treatment by two Emergency Departments, a Pediatric ICU, and ultimately an inpatient psychiatric facility.
says Lee Williamson, Founder and CEO of San Francisco Bath Salt Company.
These tests may be useful for emergency physicians and for law enforcement, especially in areas with a high prevalence of bath salt use.
SPRINGFIELD - None of the 35 or so kids who attended a winter break day camp at Willamalane Center on Wednesday ate the bath salts, but they sure were curious about whether they could.
Poison control centers in the United States fielded 304 calls for bath salt exposures and 2,906 calls for spice exposures in 2010.
The law, part of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act, bans mephedrone and methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV), two chemicals commonly used in bath salts, along with "cannabimimetic agents" used in ersatz marijuana (including 15 specifically identified compounds) and nine synthetic psychedelics in the "2C" family.
Retrospective data was collected from 10 cases that were detained in the emergency department by involuntary commitment following psychiatric symptoms after bath salt intoxication.
Bath salt eucalyptus - The refreshing Epsom Salt recipe with eucalyptus and rosemary helps relieve tired, achy muscles, revives energy and clears the mind.
Initially marketed as "legal highs," the two most common bath salt variants were banned in 2011.
It's a nice touch to not only see the bath salts before opening the bag, but to be able to test the scent as well.