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Drug Name:  GHB  (gamma-hydroxybutyrate, NaGHB, KGHB)
Articles Available:
GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyrate) by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
GHB, or gamma-hydroxybutyrate, is a normal component of mammalian metabolism. It is found naturally in every cell in the human body and is most properly considered a nutrient.
GHB and Alcohol by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
GHB shows great promise in the treatment of alcoholism. In Europe, one of its primary uses is to relieve withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and anxiety among alcoholics.
GHB and Sex by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
Scientists and doctors have traditionally been reluctant to ascribe aphrodisiac properties to any substance, although this tendency may have abated somewhat in recent years.
GHB and Sleep by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
GHB has been called "almost an ideal sleep inducing substance" [Smart Drugs II, p. 245]. Small doses produce relaxation, tranquility and drowsiness which make it extremely easy to fall asleep naturally.
GHB Demonization Proceeds in States by Ward Dean
Gamma hydroxy butyric acid (GHB) is a substance that was quietly sold in health food stores during the late 1980s.
GHB, The Actions of GHB in the Body by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
GHB temporarily inhibits the release of dopamine in the brain. This may cause increased dopamine storage, and later increased dopamine release when the GHB influence wears off.
GHB: Safety Issues and Side Effects by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
The overall safety of GHB is well-established, and no deaths attributable to GHB have been reported over the thirty year period that this compound has been in use.
Other Uses of GHB by John Morgenthaler and Dan Joy
GHB has a decades long track record of use as a general anesthetic. Administered intravenously, an anesthetic dose of GHB is in the range of 4-5 grams for a 150-pound person.
The First Authentic Antidepressant by Claude Rifat
GHB was discovered by a friend of mine (the late Dr Henri Laborit who introduced the use of chlorpromazine in psychiatry around 1952) in 1961 in France.





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