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Bath Salts

Synthetic cathinones are a class of lab-made stimulants chemically related to substances found in the khat plant. Khat is a shrub grown in East Africa and southern Arabia that some people consume for its stimulant effects. Illicit synthetic cathinones are more commonly known as “bath salts.” People may ingest illicit synthetic cathinones intentionally—sometimes as cheaper or more accessible alternatives to other drugs—or unintentionally, as contaminants in other drugs. Some synthetic cathinone, such as bupropion, are medicines approved to treat specific conditions or are being investigated as potential treatments for substance use disorders.

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