GHB Infographic

Last Edited: February 23, 2020

Author
Patricia Howard, LMFT, CADC

Clinically Reviewed
Jim Brown, CDCA

All of the information on this page has been reviewed and certified by an addiction professional.

GHB (Gamma Hydroxybutyrate) is a CNS depressant, with effects that are similar to those of barbiturates and methaqualone. There is a high rate of poly-drug experimentation associated with its use, especially with alcohol, which tends to amplify its effects. GHB is a white powder which turns undetectable once dissolved in liquid, and is often taken in the form of a liquid solution. Visit the GHB Page to learn more.