Gamma-hydroxybutyrate or GHB (also known as "liquid X" or "g-juice") is an illegal drug that is frequently used to incapacitate victims in order to sexually abuse them. A central nervous system depressant, GHB was once sold in health food stores to bodybuilders because it was believed to help stimulate muscle growth. It was pulled off the market in 1990 because of its bad side effects.
Erowid GHB Vault
Information on GHB including research, legislation, health effects, dosage, media coverage, bibliography and related links.
Gamma-hydroxybutyrate = Bad News
Gives kids an overview of the drug and its effects.
Promotes public awareness about the dangers of GHB and its analogs. Includes information about addiction, effects, deaths, and the chemical analogs being sold in the U.S. now that GHB has been forced off health food store shelves.
GBH: A Newer Drug of Abuse
Article giving case histories, treatment information, and background. (December 01, 2000)
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