Bath Salts In Louisiana
Half a dozen dangerous chemicals sold as fake bath salts and plant food have been outlawed by emergency order in Louisiana. If you are caught selling them you face penalties just like you sold heroin. This is the result of direct action taken by Governor Bobby Jindal.
The powders are sold with the names of White Lighting, Scarface, Hurricane Charlie, Red Dove, and Ivory Wave. When you use this powder you can suffer extreme paranoia, hallucinations, delusions, hypertension, chest pain and suicidal thoughts. These drugs are harmful and are hurting the children of Louisiana.
More than half the calls to poison-control centers nationwide have been in Louisiana, so the DEA is investigating whether the state is a national distribution center.
It has been observed that a drug that causes such violent behavior so quickly has not been encountered before. Three people in Louisiana killed themselves after sniffing one of these drugs.
Fake bath salts are now deemed illegal in Louisiana. Conviction for illegal sale of these drugs carries up to 30 years in prison.
The chemicals are generally made in China and India. The labels are phony. Each 2 x 2 inch packet holds just a pinch of powder and cost $20. They may also be called “cloud nine”.
Even though the drugs are now illegal in Louisiana, other states are still having problems with bath salts.
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