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Drugs -- is a must read. It questions whether the
is transforming an over-the-counter gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) into a
underground date rape drug. As a pharmaceutically made product, and an
success in narcoleptic treatments. The article questions whether the
is misleding the public making it out to be dangerous.
This article relates to the HR 2130 bill and another bill
proposed which contain provisions for a company who is testing GHB as a
treatment for cataplexy to
continue clinical testing and, if approved by the FDA, marketed under
trade name of Xyrem.
Read a report on GHB Madness, a book written by Ward Dean,
M.D., and Steven Wm.
Fowkes in the February 18th, 1996 issue of Smart Drug News Copyright
This is from the October 1st, 1998 issue of Smart Life News,
copyright (c) 1998. Smart Drug Update: The Emergence of GHB
Alternatives by Steven Wm. Fowkes. Mr. Fowkes writes about the warn on
This article reports that GHB is found in heart, skeletal
muscles, and brown fat
tissues. This article describes GHB as a possible neurotransmitter.