Spice, Bath Salts and Behavioral Health: An Advisory

Spice (synthetic cannabinoids) and bath salts (synthetic cathinones) refer to two groups ofn designer drugs that have increased in popularity in recent years. These substances are created with analogs of commonly used illicit drugs. An analog is one of a group of chemical compounds that are similar in structure and pharmacology. This Advisory provides introductory information about spice and bath salts for behavioral health professionals who treat people with mental illness, substance use disorders, or both. It is not meant to present comprehensive information about spice or bath salts or treatment of substance use disorders involving their use. See the Resources section of this Advisory for links to additional information.

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