Crazy Train Bath Salts online. Crazy Train Bath Salts is a fine, though sometimes crumbly, white, light brown and sometimes pink powder which is water soluble and of the synthetic cathinone family. Additionally, it is a highly potent substance whose psychoactive effects kick in within 15 minutes, and the fill length of the high from this synthetic cathinone last between four to six hours.
Crazy Train Bath Salts online
Because synthetic bath salts are made in laboratories and not from a natural source, the chemical composition cannot be clearly determined by the user, Hence, posses risk of overdose, addiction and possibly death. Crazy Train Bath Salts have gain popularity in recent times and are sold under the global term “designer drugs”‘.
Concentrated bath salts
Originally first synthesized in the 1960’s as possible appetite suppression drug, It is a synthetic version of the khat plant which is native to east Africa that is an MDPV. In recent times, there has been an increase in the recreational use of Crazy Train Bath Salts, due to the stimulating and soothing effects it provides to users. Furthermore, the chemical composition of the different synthetic bath salts are slightly different, but share similar chemical component with drugs such as MDMA, Xanax and other psychoactive drugs.
Because the chemical composition of synthetic cathinones vary, they are usually sold under different brand names as listed below.
- Rave On Bath Salt
- Tranquility Concentrated Bath Salts 500mg
- Eight Ballz Bath Salts 500mg
- HOLLYWOOD-1 GRAM PREMIUM BATH SALTS
- DIAMOND DUST – 500mg
- Drone V Novelty Powder 500mg
- Black Diamond Novelty Powder
- Eight Ballz – Novelty Powder
- Pump-it Powder 500mg
- White Rush Bath Salts 500mg
- Ivory Wave Ultra Bath Salts 500mg
- Ivory Wave bath salt 500mg
- Lady Bubbles Bath Salts 500mg
- Cloud 9 Bath Salts – 500mg
- Sky – Novelty Powder – 500mg
- Molly’s Blend – Novelty Powder 500mg
Bath salts are synthetic cathinones. Cathinone is a naturally occurring substance found in the leaves of the Catha edulis plant, better known as khat. Khat is widely used for its stimulant effects, particularly in parts of Africa. Synthetic cathinones are derivatives of this