Segments in this Video

Introduction: Bath Salts as Drugs (01:38)


Excerpts from the upcoming program introduce viewers to the horrors of a substance of abuse that is similar to methamphetamine.

Chemistry of Bath Salts (02:29)

A toxicologist and a police officer talk about this drug that is cheap and easy to find. Hear a comparison of the chemical characteristics of bath salts and illegal drugs.

Bath Salt Re-Enactment (02:05)

Teens buy the drug at gas stations. An addiction specialist says curiosity leads kids to drug use. A toxicologist goes over the label of this drug that can be bought on the Internet.

Bath Salt Overdose Dramatization (02:13)

Teens re-enact using the drug they purchased at a gas station.

Effects on Body Systems (03:11)

A police officer talks about progressive drug use in teens. An addiction specialist talks about possible consequences. A toxicologist explains the chemistry of bath salts.

Drug Overdoes Dramatization (02:00)

A teen re-enacts trying bath salts for the first time.

Addiction and Relapse (03:13)

A young alcoholic and drug addict talks about his amphetamine use. He meets with his counselor to talk about prison and recovery.

Credits: Bath Salts and Other Synthetic Drugs: Think About It (00:34)

Credits: Bath Salts and Other Synthetic Drugs: Think About It

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Bath Salts and Other Synthetic Drugs: Think About It

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Total memory loss of recent events. Hallucinations of monstrous proportions. Horrific violence that has even been known to include cannibalism. Filmed with a primary focus on “bath salts” (synthetic cathinones), this video examines readily available designer drugs that can produce powerful highs while exposing the immensely damaging effects such chemicals cause to the brain and other organs when ingested. A police officer, a toxicologist, an addiction counselor, and a recovering addict talk seriously and frankly about substance abuse and its life-wrecking effects in a way that will make viewers take notice, while a what-if dramatization of a young teen who dies of a bath salts overdose will leave viewers thinking about the power of peer pressure—both face to face and via texting. Contains scenes of drug abuse and overdose. A Cambridge Educational/Endeavor Pictures Coproduction. (18 minutes)

Length: 18 minutes

Item#: BVL53276

ISBN: 978-0-81608-643-6

Copyright date: ©2014

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