New Psychoactive Substances are a range of drugs that have been designed to mimic established controlled substances, such as cannabis and cocaine. The most popular of these being synthetic cannabis (K2 or Spice) and Bath Salts (Synthetic Cathinones).

Manufacturers of these drugs develop new chemicals to replace those that are banned, which means that the chemical structures of the drugs are constantly changing to try to stay ahead of the law. These drugs are being produced at a rapidly alarming rate, and their safety cannot be guaranteed.

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