The use of Bath Salts is associated with the potential of abuse and addiction. People often use bath salts in combination with other drugs. Synthetic cathinone, which is the main components, is abused across the wide range of populations in different countries. The individuals between the ages of 20-29 have been reported as the major age group abusing the bath salts. The bath salts produce the effects of alertness and euphoria. These effects don’t last for so long and the user starts developing agitation, confusion, and aggression. This binds the user to continue taking the drug. He eventually develops the tolerance and the same amount of the drug can’t give him the same effects. Soon the person dwells into the state of addiction, the recovery of which requires the proper detoxification process. The withdrawal symptoms appear during the detoxification process and prove to be extremely painful and unpleasant. A number of methods can be employed to make the process of detoxification relatively easy and comfortable for the person.