Designer drugs are a group of substances that are designed to mimic the pharmacological effects of an actual classified drug in an effort to avoid illegal classification and presence in the system of the user. Often times the designer drug will contain psychoactive ingredients as well as analog performance-enhancing substances. Due to the unregulated nature of these drugs, the side effects and extent of access to their use is growing in concern. In addition to Bath Salts, Spice, MDMA, and Plant Food, unfortunately there is an overabundance of designer drugs on the market.
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