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Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate


GHB is a sedative used both as a sleep-aid and as a recreational                 intoxicant.  It is known for its ability to induce a short (several hours)          coma-like sleep at high doses.  A number of GHB-related deaths in              combination with its addiction potential led to it being made illegal in          1999.  GHB is also used as a date rape drug and is masked by pouring         the liquid form into drinks to hide the salty taste.  The combination of         alcohol with GHB makes the narcotic even more dangerous.                        Chemicals such as Gamma Butylactone (GBL) are used to make GHB            and if taken orally, GBL is naturally converted into GHB by the human          body.  The peak high lasts 1-3 hours and symptoms include euphoria,          anxiety, loss of inhibition, and impaired judgment.  High doses can lead       to respiratory depression, vomiting, seizures, coma's and death.  GHB is      often used in club and music festival settings.                                                     

 

 

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