GAMMA-BUTYROLACTONE LIQUID is a chemical. People use it as medicine. Be careful not to confuse gamma butyrolactone (GBL) with gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB).
Despite serious safety concerns and illegality, people take gamma butyrolactone for improving athletic perform, and sexual performance and pleasure. They also take it for relieving depression and stress, prolonging life, promoting clear thinking, causing relaxation, and releasing growth hormone. GBL is also used to trim fat and as a body- or muscle-builder. Some people take it as a recreational drug Gamma butyrolactone) is the name given to the drugs GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate) and GBL (gamma butyrolactone).Other names include G, Gina, Liquid E and Liquid ecstasy.GHB is an odourless, oily liquid, with a slightly salty taste, usually sold in small bottles or capsules. The effects usually occur within 15-20 minutes and last up to 3-4 hours.
GBL is a liquid with a chemical smell and taste. GBL is a precursor to GHB, which means that it is converted to GHB inside your body after swallowing. It has a faster onset of action than GHB, and is often more potent – so a smaller dose is required to have the same effect.GBL is usually swallowed in its liquid form, often mixed with water or a soft drink. Never mix GBL with alcohol as these 2 substances interact and can lead to death. Less often it is snorted or inhaled. Injecting GBL is dangerous.
There is a very good reason for starting small, which we will come to soon. Do not drink it neat straight from the pipette. If it’ll clean alloys, it’ll not be nice to your teeth, gums, tongue and throat. Most people prefer to mix it with fruit juice in a shot glass.
Even then you might be shocked by the unpleasant taste. Don’t worry about your stomach, that has far more powerful acids in it than geeb. Dosage should not under any circumstances be repeated less than (at least) hourly. If it didn’t work, then don’t have another for an hour and a half. Experienced users, especially those with increased tolerances, tend to leave two hours.