Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) by: scott tackit

Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate is an anti-sleep medication. An abbreviation for this drug is GHB, and some of its street names are liquid X, cherry meth, water, and fantasy.

GHB being mixed into water (most common)
GHB as powder, which is then dissolved in water
GHB in rock form
GHB is known as a "club drug", meaning it is used at nightclubs a lot, to stay awake all night. It's also often combined with alcohol when at parties, which can be lethal.
People also use GHB to prevent narcolepsy, the inability to control sleep.
As mentioned before, GHB is most commonly taken when mixed with water.
Short term effects of GHB are vomiting, unconsciousness, and distorted vision. People may also get amnesia and confusion from use of GHB.
Long-term effects of GHB include anxiety, insomnia, and increase in heart rate.

Resources:

-http://abovetheinfluence.com/?s=ghb

-www.drugabuse.gov

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Scott Tackitt
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