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GHB

Gamma Hydroxybutyrate also known as GHB is a rapidly acting central nervous system depressant. This a chemical has become a major cause of drug-related comas. GHB is produced in clandestine laboratories with no guarantee of quality or purity, making its effects less predictable and more difficult to diagnose. GHB when distributed is a light-colored powder that easily dissolves in liquids or as a pure liquid packaged in vials or small bottles.Liquid GHB, it is clear, odorless, tasteless, and almost undetectable when mixed in a drink. GHB is typically consumed by the capful or teaspoonful. The average dose is 1 to 5 grams and takes effect in 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the dosage and purity of the drug. Effects can last from three to six hours.

 Side Effects of GHB

bulletLightheadedness
bulletNausea
bulletDepression
bulletVomiting
bulletWeakness
bulletLoss of peripheral vision
bulletAgitation
bulletHallucinations
bulletUnconsciousness and coma
bulletLowered Blood Pressure
bulletSlowed heart rate
bulletAmnesia
bulletSeizures
bulletRespiratory distress
bulletComa
Street terms for GHB:bulletCherry Meth
bulletLiquid X
bulletFantasy
bulletOrganic quaalude
bulletGBH
bulletSalty water
bulletGeorgia home boy
bulletScoop
bulletGreat hormones at bedtime
bulletSleep-500
bulletGrievous bodily harm
bulletSoap
bulletLiquid E
bulletSomatomaz
bulletLiquid Ecstasy
bulletVita-G
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