A.K.A: G, Fantasy, Liquid Ecstasy, Gina, Waz
Gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and Gamma-Butyrolactone (GBL) are depressant drugs with strong sedative effects. GHB and GBL look, taste, and smell the same, but GBL is stronger as it is converted into GHB in the body.
These drugs slow down your brain and body functions, and can make you feel euphoric, sexually aroused, and relaxed. They can also make you feel nauseous, groggy, confused and cause memory lapses.
Both GHB and GBL are active in very small amounts and are easy to overdose on if they are not measured out carefully.
GHB and GBL can be very easy to overdose on because there is a small difference between a common dose and a dangerous dose.
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Communities need to be better supported to address the serious issue of volatile substance abuse (VSA), the New Zealand Drug Foundation said today following the release of the Chief Coroner’s report into recent volatile substance deaths.
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