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What evidence exists on short- and long-term negative effects of GHB (street name g) on the central nervous system, heart, liver or other major organ?

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Dr. Leonard Spishakoff
Addiction Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Unknown

Short term sedation including respiratory depression may require intubation, long term effects are unknown since prospective data are needed.
But it can be addicting since it will cause a surge of Dopamine the chief chemical involved in addiction.

In brief: Unknown

Short term sedation including respiratory depression may require intubation, long term effects are unknown since prospective data are needed.
But it can be addicting since it will cause a surge of Dopamine the chief chemical involved in addiction.
Dr. Leonard Spishakoff
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Dr. Leonard Spishakoff
studies in lab rats measuring via blood levels and electrodes in brain tissue
Dr. Gary Greenly
horse shit!
Dr. Gary Greenly
Family Medicine

In brief: GHB

Great supplement, now federally illegal, and known as the "date rape" drug.
Had great potential, increased HGH production during sleep, helped with insomnia, but was abused when combined with etoh leading to amnesia. It is now federally illegal in the U.S., and unless you have a way around felony convictions i would sincerely advise you steer clear of any black market source.

In brief: GHB

Great supplement, now federally illegal, and known as the "date rape" drug.
Had great potential, increased HGH production during sleep, helped with insomnia, but was abused when combined with etoh leading to amnesia. It is now federally illegal in the U.S., and unless you have a way around felony convictions i would sincerely advise you steer clear of any black market source.
Dr. Gary Greenly
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