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Grievous Bodily Harm The room is spinning the music is as loud as it can get and people are dancing all night long Your heart is pumping and you feel like youre flying This is the happiest youve been in a long time Youre so glad you came to the Rave and happy that your friends made you try GHBuntil you start to come down You start with Minor seizures and become so tired you cant stand up anymore You feel nauseated you cant breathe correctly you anxiety level is at its highest ever you begin to have tremors and begin sweating uncontrollably If you are lucky enough you will not fall into a coma where people yelling shaking and punching you will not wake you up You lose all reflexes your gag reflex is the most important you lose if you vomit you wont cough up the vomit and you could die When you do wake you have a pounding headache achy limbs and no idea what happened due to short-term amnesia Welcome to the world of Gamma-hydroxybutyrate also known has GHB Liquid E somatomax scoop or the dyslexic grievous bodily harm wwwashesontheseacomghb GHB has been compared to drugs such as Rohypnol roofies and Ecstasy E Used by many to intensify the Rave experience There has been a huge boom across the country with GHB This is due to the Rave scene getting bigger and better The boom on the east coast has been the biggest ever seen by experts And is it being slipped into drinks at clubs all over the country and world and causing deaths What is GHB Gamma-hydroxybutyrate GHB is a metabolite that exists in small quantities in every cell of the human body It was sold in for many years in the US as a food supplement and is still used for medical purposes in Europe The debate as to its benefits and dangers became
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