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Bath Salts: A Lesson in Designer Drugs

Posted: July 26th, 2011 | Tags: , , , , , | No Comments »

The anti-drug laws in the U.S. define a drug as illicit by its structure, and not necessary by the effects the drug causes.  “Designer drug” is a term used to describe drugs that are created and/or marketed to get around existing drug laws.  Most commonly, this is accomplished by modifying the molecular structure of an illegal drug to create another similar, yet subtly different structure that has similar effects but is not defined as illegal. Read more »