Synthetic Drugs and Packaging

What do Synthetic Drugs Look Like?

Synthetic drug packaging can range from plastic tubes or bottles to brightly colored foil packets. Synthetic cathinones (also known as bath salts) are sold under names like Cloud 9 and Bliss – among many others – and are typically identified with misnomers such as “watch cleaner”, “glass cleaner”, “hookah cleaner” and “novelty powder,” to name only a few. They may also be labeled as for “household or cleaning purposes” or as herbal incense.

In what may be the only truthful aspect of synthetic drugs, they are typically labeled “not for human consumption”. Though the phrase is used solely to provide legal cover, these toxic products are definitely not suited for humans.