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g is short for ghb- it gives u the sensation of being somewhat drunk (or really drunk depending on your dose)- its still legal and u can get it at places like gnc- but very dangerous!!!!!!!!- u should write the word g somewhere on u if u take it- b/c if u od on it- and they treat u for another drug u die!- so be very careful- pretty much it sux- just stick to drinkin or k or e or c or pick a letter (not h!!)

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Hey bgirlxtce, are you sure you can get GHB at a GNC? I don't think you can get a bottle of G there, but there are certain supplements that contain GHB, (gammahydrowhatever). ANyways, a pro basketball player broke out into seizures because he was taking those supplements to help him sleep.

No matter what you do, be careful!!!

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Where we go from there is the choice I leave to you." -THE MATRIX

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hey~

It was a precursor to ghb that they had at GNC, and they took it off the shelves. It was called Renewtrient. It was a supplement that the body converted into GHB. And after that pro bball player started freakin out they pulled it from the shelves. My friend tried to get some before they pulled it a few weeks ago but they already had it taken off. G will fuck you up though so don't take more than you can handle.

Mike.

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i dont go to gnc offen- but one of my weight lifter friends told me- isnt it called serenity or something too?

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bgirlxtc- your research and knowledge of x was on the one. it was very informing. i am very experienced with g. you got it all wrong. it is definitely not sold at gnc anywhere in the united states. it remains legal in many states, but not to purchase, but to possess. as for danger, research it's neurotoxicity and bodily harm. there are neither of the aformentioned. by itself and in moderation it is about as toxic as water in your body. just don't mix g or get out of control with it(in dosing) and you'll find pure pleasure and about an addiction about equal to weed. k and c far exceed the dangers of moderate g. all people should do their own research and come to their own conclusions. i'm not dissin but this is my experience and opinion.

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GHB Health Concerns

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* Every individual reacts differently to every substance.

* Be mindful at every step.

* Know your body. Know your mind. Know your source.

When taken occasionally as a prescribed sleep aid, GHB is a fairly mild, low toxicity chemical. When taken as a recreational intoxicant, it can be very dangerous. Accidental ingestions, accidental overdoses, idiosyncratic reactions, and mixing GHB with other depressants can lead to vomiting, convulsions, unconsciousness ("GHB coma"), serious hangovers, and sometimes death.

Regular use of GHB or equivalents can cause marked physical addiction. With 4-6 uses per week (single dose per use) at 'normal' dosages, people report finding that they need to increase their dose somewhat to get the same level of intoxication and many also report that they often feel like they need a little GHB to feel normal.

With very heavy use (one or more doses per day), many people report very serious physical addiction. Stopping cold turkey results in anxiety, inability to sleep, feeling like the heart is arrhythmic (irregular), and often very unpleasant and potentially dangerous effects. Many heavy users report being able to taper off their use to zero by reducing their intake slowly over 2-3 weeks.

When taken infrequently with carefully measured doses and no chance of accidental Overdose (this is nearly impossible to guarantee), many people find GHB to be a pleasant alcohol replacement. Unfortunately because its often kept as a clear liquid and even in drinking-water bottles, accidental ingestions are somewhat common. Also, because GHB is generally available as a liquid, it is impossible to know the concentration and thus accidental Overdoses are also common.

GHB's effects last only a few hours during which it metabolizes into CO2 and H2O leaving no toxic metabolites [Vickers, 1969, Laborit, 1972]. GHB can no longer be detected in urine 4-5 hours after taken by injection [Laborit, 1964]. But its likely that it is detectable for 10-20 hours when taken orally.

As a sleep aid, GHB induces sleep. The sleep induced by normal doses of GHB is fairly safe when it has not been mixed with other chemicals, but be aware that it's hard to convince anyone of this if you fall asleep in public and are unable to be awakened. Bar owners, police, and emergency personel need to be educated about the effects of GHB in order to reduce the problems caused by misinformation.

GHB by itself can be fatal.

MEDICAL USES :

Treatment of Insomnia

Treatment of Sleep Disorders (narcolepsy)

Treatment of Alcoholism

WARNINGS :

Be safe...avoid mixing GHB with alcohol. GHB can be dangerous when used improperly or when mixed with other depressants. Combining a normal GHB dose with alcohol can trigger the overdose reaction of temporarily unrouseable sleep. GHB has been associated with 60 deaths in the US, according to the DEA, though most have involved other drugs (most commonly, alcohol) or high doses.

GHB may dangerously depress breathing in some people, at very high doses, or in combination with other drugs (primarily alcohol). GHB can also cause vomiting in combination with unconsciousness, which can be a fatal combination. It has also been known to cause breathing similar to Cheynes-Stokes Breathing. GHB has been associated with 60 deaths in the US as of Jan 2000, according to the DEA, though only ~20 have been confirmed as GHB-only deaths.

Be extremely careful with your GHB dose. Just as you don't want to drink 4x the amount of alcohol needed to get you intoxicated, you don't want to ingest more than a single dose of GHB. As with other substances, start low and work up slowly to find your own, individual level.

If you take a double dose of GHB you may FALL UNCONSCIOUS and be UNROUSEABLE for up to 4 or 5 hours.

If you take 3 - 4 times your Personal Threshold Dose, you may find yourself Unconscious and Vomiting.

If you take more than 3-4 times your PTD, there is risk of death.

If you take GHB, make sure your friends know about its sleep inducing characteristics.

One of the most common dangers of a mild GHB overdose is being taken to a hospital and treated as if you have OD'd on a depressant. This include stomach pumps, breathing tubes and IV's, not to mention huge hospital bills.

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