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Drug Identification Chart: GHB

Cannabis (Hash oil)
Cannabis
(Hash oil)
Cannabis (Hashish)
Cannabis
(Hashish)
Cannabis (Marihuana)
Cannabis
(Marihuana)
Cocaine (Crystals)
Cocaine
(Crystals)
Cocaine (Rocks)
Cocaine
(Rocks)
GHB
LSD (Blotting Paper)
LSD
(Blotting Paper)
LSD (Tablets)
LSD
(Tablets)
Methamphetamine (Crystals)
Methamphe tamine
(Crystals)
Methamphetamine (Powder)
Methamphetamine (Tablets)
Kétamine (Liquid)
Kétamine
(Liquid)
Kétamine (Powder)
Kétamine
(Powder)
Kétamine (Tablets)
Kétamine
(Tablets)
PCP (Powder)
PCP
(Powder)
PCP (Tablets)
PCP
(Tablets)

GHB (gammahydroxybutyrate)

GHB (gammahydroxybutyrate)

Description: Colourless, odourless liquid or powder

Street Names: GH, Juice, Liquid Ecstasy, Date Rape Drug

Methods of Use: Ingested

Category: Depressant (Substance that slows psychic functions by decreasing general brain activity. It causes a feeling of relaxation that may make the user less aware of their environment.)

Most Commonly Cited Effects: Moderate dose: feeling of peace, euphoria, communicativeness, relaxation. Strong dose: dizziness, lack of coordination, incoherence, feeling faint, sleepiness, may bring on amnesia

Detection Method: Drowsiness, confusion, unconsciousness (in and out), slow movements

Appendices: III

Law and Offences: Controlled Drug and Substances Act – Possession: section 4(1) – Possession with intent to traffic: section 5(2) – Trafficking: section 5(1) – Import-Export: section 6(1) – Possession with intent to export: section 6(2) – Manufacturing: section 7(1)