GHB

Chemical Name:

gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid

Street Names:

GHB, Xyrem

Bioavailability:

88%

Category:

Depressant

Subcategory:

GABA-B agonist

GHB Dosage

Threshold

Light

Common

0.5 g

0.5 - 1 g

1 - 1.5 g

Strong

Heavy

Fatal

2 - 4 g

4+ g

10+ g

Warning

Remember: Always start on lower dosages! Differences in metabolism, tolerance, sensitivity, and neurochemistry can lead to higher than expected effects, and even death.

GHB Duration

Onset

Come up

Peak

10 mins to 30 mins

N/A

30 mins to 1.5hr

Comedown

After effects

Total

20 mins to 45 mins

2hr to 4hr

2hr to 4hr

Interactions

This substance interacts with:

Alcohol

Benzodiazepines

Opiates

Gabapentinoids

These interactions may lead to an unpleasant experiences due to substances potentiating each other unpredictably, and/or may be potentially fatal.

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