Inside the warehouse in May 2011, however, court documents say agents found what appeared to be an active spice- and bath salt-making operation with Abujamous in charge. There were 66 boxes containing more than 300 kilograms of a damiana leaves-a tea-like plant that is often used in making synthetic pot-and bags of white powder, which contained, respectively, JWH-018 and JWH-073. Both are used in spice. Also found in the warehouse, according to court documents, were two barrels of white powder, one of which contained an envelope labeled "MDPV"-one of the compounds used in bath salts. Packages found in the warehouse included "Snowblind Bath Salt" and "The Dead Sea Bath Salt," and among the packaged spice products were "G.I. Joe," "Spice 99," and "Zombie World," all labeled "not for human consumption."