GHB: Ingestion methods

Last modified: Sunday, 31. May 2009 - 3:49 pm

GHB is produced in either a liquid form or as a white powdered material. It is taken orally, typically combined with a liquid mixer such as a soft drink, water, or sports drink. It is sometimes mixed with alcohol. It may be sold in small vials at club parties.
GHB usually has a salty taste, but this saltiness can go unrecognized, especially if it is mixed with a sweet drink. Because the taste can be masked, and it is colorless, the risk for accidental ingestion of GHB increases. The drug can be slipped into a drink without the recipient’s knowledge.

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