Federal agents arrested more than 90 people across 30 states today, in a nationwide crackdown on designer drugs. The DEA seized nearly 5 million packets of artificial pot and almost 167,000 packages of "bath salts," CNN reports. They also confiscated $36 million. "This enforcement action has disrupted the entire illegal industry, from manufacturers to retailers," a DEA administrator said. The bust, dubbed "Operation Log Jam," involved a host of other federal agencies as well, including the FBI, IRS, FDA, ICE, and US Postal Inspection Service.