A depressant approved for use in the treatment of narcolepsy, a disorder that causes daytime "sleep attacks."
G, Georgia Home Boy,
Colorless liquid, white
Goop, Grievous Bodily
Harm, Liquid Ecstasy,
alcohol or other
Liquid X, Soap, Scoop
Possible Health Effects
Euphoria, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, memory loss, unconsciousness, slowed
heart rate and breathing, lower body temperature, seizures, coma, death.
Sometimes used as a date rape drug.
In Combination with
Nausea, problems with breathing, greatly increased depressant effects.
Insomnia, anxiety, tremors, sweating, increased heart rate and blood pressure, psychotic
More research is needed to find out if behavioral therapies can be used to treat GHB
Drugs that cause profound distortions in a person’s perceptions of reality, such as ketamine, LSD, mescaline (peyote),
PCP, psilocybin, salvia, DMT, and ayahuasca. For more information, see the
Hallucinogens and Dissociative Drugs
National Institute on Drug Abuse
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Commonly Abused Drugs