Bath Salts, also known as PABS or Psychoactive Bath Salts, are the designer drugs used for the recreational purposes. They have no FDA approved medicinal uses and the packaging clearly states ‘not for human consumption’. The name is given because the white crystalline power resembles the Epsom salts. Bath salts are the synthetic compounds made from chemicals like Mephedrone, Methylenedioxypyrovalerone, and Methylone. The exact metabolism of the drug is still under research. The scientists have confirmed the high addictive potential of Bath Salts. They produce the stimulant effects by increasing the concentrations of monoamines like dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin in the synaptic terminals. The compound can cross the blood brain barrier. However, the ability to cross is comparatively less than amphetamines due to the polarity caused by a presence of beta-keto groups. Bath Salts are banned in the United States. The United States Federal Drug Policy forbid the selling and buying of Bath Salts, which are often falsely labeled as ‘plant food’.