Order GHB (Gama Hydroxybutyrate)

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Best place to buy GHB and related products at best prices. GHB or Gamma Hydroxybutyrate is a psychoactive drug prepared in the laboratory and is known to mimic the effect of GABA neurotransmitters. It is produced with the help of natural fermentation and is found in small quantities in some wines and beers. In the late 20th century, it was marketed as a dietary supplement that helped lose weight and aid recovery.


SynonymsThe most common synonyms are:4-hydroxybutanoate, Caps, Date rape drug, Easy lay, Fantasy, G, Gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, Georgia home boy, GH, Goop, Grievous bodily harm, Liquid ecstasy, Liquid X, Organic quaalude, Petit jus, Salty water, Scoop, Soap, Vita-G
ClassificationCentral nervous system depressant:Refers to a substance that slows mental functions by reducing the brain’s overall activity and alertness. Has a calming effect on the user.
Visual descriptionSold as a clear, odourless liquid or as a white powder, as is, or in capsules. A light soapy and salty taste is possible.
Mechanism of actionGHB is a weak GABA receptor agonist. It is also involved in the modulation of dopaminergic neurons and stimulates the release of growth hormone.
Routes of administrationIngested (product is dissolved in alcohol).
Effects sought out by the user
Euphoria (heightened sense of well-being)Reduced inhibitionRelaxation
Common toxic effects
AmnesiaChanges in physical and mental functionsConfusionDecreased muscle strengthDiarrheaDizzinessHeadacheHeightened sensitivity to touchHypnotic stateHypothermia (lowered body temperature)Increased sex driveLack of coordinationMemory lossMuscular spasmsNauseaSleepinessSlurred speechTremorsUrinary incontinenceVertigoVomiting
Overdose effects
Bradycardia (decreased heart rate)ComaConvulsionsDeathHallucinationsHypotension (drop in blood pressure)Loss of consciousnessRespiratory depression
Effects associated with chronic use
Chronic vision problemsDepressionImpaired memory and judgementMood swingsSlurred speech



Intoxication management

  • No antidote available. Certain medications can, however, neutralize some of its effects.
  • Treatment is mainly symptomatic.

Other useful information

  • GHB is used as a party drug. However, it is also used to commit crimes, hence its nickname “date rape drug”. Its nickname is the result of its properties which include amnesia, state similar to drunkenness and very short duration of action. GHB does not have any aphrodisiac properties as such, but can cause a loss of sexual inhibition.Many different street drugs are sold under the same name. Furthermore, nothing guarantees the quantity, purity or even the content of a street drug in spite of the fact that it may, in some cases, look like medication.

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Combined use with alcohol, other sedatives or hypnotics (such as barbiturates or benzodiazepines), and other drugs that possess CNS depressant activity may result in nausea, vomiting and aspiration, and dangerous CNS and respiratory (breathing) depression.

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