GHB is a sedative used both as a prescription sleep-aid and as a recreational intoxicant. It is known for its ability to induce a short (several hour) coma-like sleep at high doses. A number of GHB-related deaths in combination with its addiction potential led to it being controlled by Federal law in 1999. At Atlas, we get is as G; Sodium Oxybate; Xyrem, Alcover and it is also nicknamed ‘liquid ecstasy’. GBL is converted to GHB shortly after entering the body. Both produce a feeling of euphoria and can reduce inhibitions and cause sleepiness. Both can kill at specific doses and in combination with alcohol or some sedatives. If you have any questions regarding doses, please contact us.
At Atlas Farma, we have the following types of GHB
- GHB Powder
- GHB Liquid
GHB Powder and Liquid,buy your Gamma-Butyrolactone (GBL) Powder online
GHB Powder and Liquid
GHB or Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (C4H8O3) is a central nervous system (CNS) depressant that is commonly referred to as a “club drug” or “date rape” drug. GHB is abused by teens and young adults at bars, parties, clubs and “raves” (all night dance parties), and is often placed in alcoholic beverages. Euphoria, increased sex drive, and tranquility are reported positive effects of GHB abuse.1,2 Negative effects may include sweating, loss of consciousness (reported by 69 percent of users), nausea, hallucinations, amnesia, and coma, among other adverse effects.To order this product please click here
GHB, GBl, “liquid Ecstasy”
Euphoric sedative effect. Effects noticeable within 10 minutes to one hour and can last up to 24 hours.
GHB Powder and Liquid
Colorless liquid (purchased in small bottles), colored capsules.
Anaesthetic with a sedative quality. GHB has been used as a premedication to surgery and more recently, it has been used in treatment for sleep disorders.
Withdrawal produces an agitated state, as with other types of sedative drugs, though little has been recorded on the true nature of the withdrawal.
There is also little evidence concerning the effects of long-term use, therefore the consequences of such use are unknown.
Similar to barbiturates, there is a fine line between the amount that is required to achieve the desired effect and that which will lead to coma. There is also high risk of overdose should GHB be mixed with similar substances such as alcohol or other central nervous system depressants.