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.Question: I live in a very humid part of the country and my GHB gets clumpy and gooey. Does this affect the potency of the GHB? What is the best way to keep it dry, or at least more manageable? ——OTP

Answer: GHB is an extremely hydrophilic (water loving) substance which will absorb large amounts of water from the air if given the opportunity. Although water does not effect GHB’s potency, it will encourage molds and other microorganisms to grow. If you have a large amount of GHB, try dividing it into multiple smaller airtight containers, each of which you can use up more quickly. You can also dissolve a few-days supply of GHB in a small amount of water which can be stored in the refrigerator for several days. For instance, if you dissolve 25 grams of GHB in 25 tablespoons of water, one tablespoon of the liquid will give you approximately 1 gram of GHB. Since this liquid can mold, make only as much as you will use in a few days to a week. If you need to store it longer, try adding more water and freezing it in ice-cube trays. If you freeze 25 grams of GHB into 25 ice cubes, each will contain approximately 1 gram of GHB. Put the frozen ice cubes into a heavy duty plastic freezer bag for storage. If the GHB solution will not freeze, either turn down the temperature of your freezer or dilute the liquid with more water (250 mg per ice cube?). Salt solutions are more difficult to freeze that pure water; most GHB is actually sodium GHB (NaGHB). You can even add fruit juice instead of water to make your GHBsicles taste better! ——JRR