Can you overdose on GHB?

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Can you overdose on GHB?

January 20, 2021
Yes. Overdosing on GHB is a common side effect because of the potency of the chemical and unpredictability between batches. Symptoms of Liquid G overdose include confusion, hallucinations, seizures, and comatose unconsciousness. Severe overdose results in respiratory distress.
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How long does GHB stay in your system?

January 20, 2021
GHB has a half-life of about 45 minutes, meaning it leaves the system very quickly. The drug is detectable in blood for approximately four hours and in urine for about 12 hours.
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How is GHB made?

January 20, 2021
GHB is often made illegally in homemade labs from the chemicals found in cleaning supplies. These include either GBL (gamma-butyrolactone) or BDO (1,4 butanediol) along with sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide. Dosages are nearly impossible to standardize, and effects will not be known until ingested.
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What does GHB feel like?

January 20, 2021
In tiny amounts, the effects of GHB are described as euphoria, relaxation, improved confidence, and increased sexual desire. In slightly higher amounts, however, the drug is known to cause confusion, hallucinations, and comatose unconsciousness.
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What does GHB stand for?

January 20, 2021
GHB stands for gamma-hydroxybutyrate. It is an odorless, nearly tasteless, liquid drug that often results in overdoses due to its significant potency.
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Jan

What is GHB?

January 20, 2021
GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyrate) is a powerful central nervous central depressant that is often illegally formulated from GBL, a chemical found in paint strippers and floor cleaners. Liquid G (GHB) became popular in the 1990s within fitness circles and club raves. It is currently seeing a resurgence, especially among the LGBT community. 
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