Gamma hydroxybutyric acid – better-known as GHB – is a drug that makes people sleepy and can induce amnesia. That’s why it’s become a popular “date rape” drug. Unfortunately for law enforcement officials, it can only be detected in the body for a few hours after being ingested. Thanks to new research conducted by Spanish and British scientists, however, there may soon be another way of proving that someone has been given GHB.
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