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Friday, 22 September 2017

Ghb Treatment Centers In the United States

GHB is Gamma-Hydroxybutyric_acid acid, which is made from gamma butyrolactone knew as GBL, Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide. These chemicals are mainly the base of solvent to degrease or floor stripper with drain cleaner. So when someone ingests GBL, it will produce GHB in the body. GHB was used as a general anesthetic to treat sleeping problems, alcohol addiction, narcolepsy and so athlete can improve performance. Illegally, GHB was used as an intoxicant or date rape substance.

It is a natural substance produced by our body. GHB is produce in beer and wine in small amount results of fermentation.


GHB was initially reported as a synthetic drug in 1874 by a chemist by the name of Alexander Zaytsev. The first major research relating to the human body was performed in early 60s. The Danger was discovered of using GHB with alcohol and other depressants. For several years, GHB was used in Europe as a sleeping agent and an anaesthetic in childbirth but the use of this drug was found to cause strong rebound insomnia and psychosis so was banned from use. There were also some other drugs discovered, which did not have the same addiction level.

Other names for GHB

  • "G" (most common)
  • Gamma-OH
  • Liquid E
  • Fantasy
  • Georgia Home Boy
  • Grievous Bodily Harm
  • Liquid X
  • Liquid Ecstasy
  • Scoop
  • Water
  • Everclear
  • Great Hormones at Bedtime
  • GBH Soap
  • Easy Lay
  • Salty Water
  • G-Riffick
  • Cherry Meth
  • and Organic Quaalude
  • Jib

Effects of GHB

  • Intoxication
  • increased energy
  • happiness
  • talking
  • desire to socialize
  • feeling affectionate
  • sensuality
  • enhanced sexual experience
  • muscle relaxation
  • loss of coordination
  • possible nausea
  • difficulty concentrating
  • loss of gag reflex.

Other bad effects occurs while using GHB, and these effects are amplified using alcohol and depressant Definition of the word .

  • nausea
  • headaches
  • drowsiness
  • dizziness
  • amnesia
  • vomiting
  • loss of muscle control
  • respiratory problems
  • loss of consciousness
  • being conscious but unable to move
  • death
  • Signs of overdose

Effects of overdose of GHB would be deep sedation or sleep which the individual cannot be awakened from. Someone passed out on GHB is in a coma state that will probably result in death - they do not often wake up again so do not delay on seeking medical attention immediately if you are addicted to GHB.