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How To Explode Your Brain - GHB / Renewtrient/Reviverant

Warning, What you are about to read is, "Poppycock, Bullshit, and Wishful Thinking

The New Drug of Athletes

What are the most pronounced effects attributed to GHB/Renewtrient/Revivarent/Renewal?

Positive effects include:  Deep rejuvenating sleep. People who suffer from insomnia and other
sleep disorders are thrilled to discover a non-toxic product that really works. Restorative
sleep naturally helps people function more effectively in the daytime. This effect is due to a
blockage of Dopamine release in the brain by GHBA metabolized from the RenewTrient. Fights
stress and depression. The relaxing properties of RenewTrient are reported to help fight the
negative effects of stress, depression, anger, and despair. This reduces arguments creating
better family, occupational, and social interactions. Athletic Performance. Athletes report
that RenewTrient greatly increases performance, muscle mass and definition while reducing fat.
Prosexual. RenewTrient exhibits powerful prosexual effects by improving tactility (sense of
touch), enhancing erectile capacity in men, lowering of inhibitions in women, and increasing
the intensity of orgasms. Renewtrient is probably the most powerful aphrodisiac known to man!
Combats aging. Many people report smoother, younger looking skin. In some cases men have
reported a reversal of male pattern baldness. Combat addiction. Addicts report that RenewTrient
is very effective in reducing withdrawal symptoms of alcoholism and other addictions.

 
"If it sounds too good to be true it probably is"

  
The Truth Is

From the FDA
Recently, there appears to be a resurgence in the abuse of <GHB>: virtually all of the products now encountered have been produced in clandestine laboratories.  This increase in use has been accompanied by an increase in reports of <GHB> -related injuries, including deaths.      Although some promotion schemes occasionally make unlawful claims that <GHB> is a legal drug, it is illegal for any person to produce or sell <GHB> in the U.S.  FDA's Office of Criminal Investigations is working with United States Attorneys Offices around the country to arrest, indict and convict individuals responsible for these illegal operations.  FDA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Drug Enforcement Administration are continuing to monitor <GHB abuse and to develop the most effective measures to protect the public health.

From the NCAA
The NCAA drug-testing experts say one of their biggest problems is the marketing of illegal or questionable substances on the Internet. NCAA football and wrestling coaches were recently e-mailed information from the website "Samson-1.com," according to the NCAA sports sciences department. The NCAA is particularly interested in the company's advertising of performance-enhancing drugs.

 GHB was originally developed as a surgical anesthetic and is illegal. The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning against it because it has been known to cause seizures, respiratory arrest, coma and death.

Athletes have been known to use GHB because of its purported ability to increase natural growth hormone secretion, as a sleep aid and as a diuretic.

 It is false to say that GHB alone cannot kill you, IT CAN. Many people have been put on life support while on a GHB overdose. Yes, deaths do occur due to GHB. These deaths are often not documented. One of the reasons for this is that GHB leaves the system very quickly, with no trace, and there are no modern  ways to quickly test for GHB overdose. Not even every coroner's department has the testing capability. So, yes, people DO die from GHB. It is just very hard to test for. Many people take GHB regularly and donft suffer major consequences for it. It is these people that proponents point to to claim this drug is safe. "Virtually no side effects," they say. Yes, no side effects except sudden death! Truth is, you do not know what will happen to you while taking GHB.
 
Many people have bad reactions. These can include nausea, headaches, drowsiness, dizziness, amnesia, vomiting, loss of muscle control, respiratory problems, loss of consciousness, being conscious but unable to move, and death.

Effects of large doses: Disinhibition, sedation, desire to sleep, rambling incoherent speech, giddiness, silliness, difficulty thinking, slurred speech, passing out, and death.

***WARNING - if your friend passes out, always seek medical attention immediately.

Effects of overdose: Sleep or deep sedation from which you cannot be awakened by any means for about three hours, and death.

Your body manufactures enough GHB for it's normal metabolism. The only reason people take GHB at a party is to get high, not for their health. People are kidding themselves if they imagine they're taking a vitamin supplement or amino acid, even though GHB has been marketed as such.

It has even been dubbed "liquid ecstasy." It's highly concentrated street form is available as a liquid in small plastic bottles, about the size and shape of a hotel shampoo bottle. One dosage is usually a capful. There are approximately 9 hits per bottle, but this, too varies depending on the concentration of the mix.

Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid (GHB), the so-called "date rape" drug has been linked with sexual assaults on college campuses and among nightclub patrons.

As part of an ongoing investigation, gang crime specialists from the Chicago Police Department's Gang Investigation Section executed separate search warrants Tuesday on homes in Evergreen Park and Burbank, resulting in the two arrests and the seizure of a sizable quantity of GHB. Charged with possession of GHB were Harry J. Thanos, 30, of the 9400 block of South Trumbull, Evergreen Park; and John C. Tucker, 26, of the 7700
block of South Menard, Burbank. Both Thanos and Tucker were also charged with possession of anabolic steroids. Each is scheduled to appear in Branch 25-2 Court on January 30.

Chicago police recovered a one-gallon bottle containing liquid GHB from Thanos's home. Police seized a five-gallon plastic gas can and several smaller containers holding approximately 1,000 grams of GHB from Tucker's home. Also recovered from the Burbank home were three firearms belonging to Mary Tucker, 44, of the same address. She was charged with failure to produce a current Illinois Firearm Owner's Identification card.

"While the quantities of GHB seized yesterday may appear small at first glance, one needs to remember that it only takes a few drops of this very powerful and dangerous drug to temporarily incapacitate someone," said Gang Investigation Section Commander Harvey Radney. "We are particularly concerned about the trafficking in GHB because of its potential use on innocent victims, who may be sexually assaulted, robbed or even killed while they are under its effects," Radney said.

Originally developed in the 1980s as a surgical anesthetic, GHB is a powerful sedative that can leave the body limp and lead to blackouts and memory loss. The effects of GHB are highly unpredictable and often vary from person to person. They can include vertigo, reduced heart rate, seizures, respiratory failure, coma and even death.

In recent years, GHB has joined "Ecstasy" as an increasingly popular illegal drug on the nightclub scene, where it is often used in combination with other drugs and alcohol.

Police across the country have become increasingly concerned about GHB because of its potential use on unsuspecting victims.
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