How to make GHB at home good quality and cheap

How to make GHB

How to make GHB at home for cheap

Today i’m going to learn you how to make GHB. GHB also called liquid XTC or it’s chemical name Gamma Hydroxybutyrate is a substance that can be found in your own body in very small amounts. The effects of GHB depend on the amount you take. If you take just enough you will have a relaxed and open feeling. The problem however is that the difference between a pleasant feeling and the doses which overwhelms you and potentially kills you is very small.

Again I want to start of by saying that this information is only for educational purposes. It’s not meant to be done at home. I am not responsible for any damage that’s caused when using this guide. The use of this “How to make GHB” guide is entirely at your own risk! This goes for everything that’s on my website.

Let’s get started with How to make GHB.

What is GHB?

 

GHB is a substance that’s used as a narcosis in hospitals or its prescribed to people with certain sleeping disorders. GHB is has two main ingredients. The first one is GBL. GBL is used as a cleaning solution. The other ingredient is NaOH and is used most of the time as a drain cleaner. Both ingredients are dangerous chemicals and on their they can/will be deadly.

The risks of using GHB:
– Cessation of breathing
– Unconsciousness
– Vomiting
– Choking in your vomit
– If made incorrect the chemicals can damage your mouth, esophagus and other vital organs.

If you want to read more about the dangers you can do so by clicking here.

Equipment needed to make GHB

sodium hydroxide GHB

– Stainless steel saucepan. (Take a stainless steel one because the chemicals will burn through every other metal and this leaves you with tiny metal fragments in your GHB)

– Measuring cylinder from glass. Again take glass because of the same reason as the pan.

– Stainless steel fork or spoon to stir the mixture with.

– A funnel.

– A thermometer that’s not made out of plastic and can measure to 200 degrees Celsius.

– A lab wash bottle

– 120 ML of GBL ( A bit more expensive but also available almost everywhere, 0,5 liters of this stuff will set you back around $50. Only buy GBL that is 99% pure.

– 63 grams of NaOH (This can be bought on the internet, it will set you back around $15 for a kilogram)

– PH indicator paper (Also called PH test strips)

– 2 bottles of distilled water

– Citric acid or vinegar

How to make GHB

I wanted to start of with a warning to the people who are actually going to make GHB. The risk involved in making this are huge. If you for example don’t dissolve the GBL correctly in the mixture you will have shit on a stick. GBL is twice as potent as GHB. If you decide to make GHB I will advise you to test the GHB that you made with a PH indicator paper because it’s cheap and it can save your life. This part will be included in the guide so don’t skip that particular step.

Everything will be explained in steps because this way it’s less likely for you to miss a step. I’ve taken a 120 ml and 63 grams as a starting point to make sure my calculations on quantities were right. You can always scale things up of course.

Lets get started!

1) Clean everything that you bought properly.

2) Pour 120 ml of GBL in the saucepan. You’re gonna fill the now empty GBL bottle with 0,5cm of distilled water, put the cap back on and shake the bottle thoroughly. Pour the water in the GBL bottle back in the saucepan.

wash bottle GHB

3) Take the lab wash bottle and fill it up with 160 ml of distilled water. At this point you’re going to add the NaOH to the wash bottle. The NaOH comes in grains/pellets and this has a good reason. This chemical will heat up the water and if you happen to pour the entire 63 grams of NaOH in the wash bottle the water might start to boil. You’re going to take 10/15 pallets each time and put them in the wash bottle. After you placed the pallets in the bottle you’re going to close it and shake until the pallets are completely dissolved. You will do this until the entire 63 grams of NaOH is dissolved in the distilled water.

4) Turn on the range hood in the kitchen. Place the saucepan with the GBL on the gas stove and turn on a low fire. Take the thermometer and place it in the pan. Gently heat up the GBL to a 100 degrees Celsius. When it reached a 100 degrees you can go to the next step.

5) Take the wash bottle with the NaOH and spray a little bit of the mixture in to the saucepan. The mixture will start to boil even more violent than before. If this is not the case you either didn’t heat the mixture up to a 100 degrees Celsius or the chemicals you used aren’t right. Take the stainless steel fork or spoon that you bought and start stirring the mixture until it doesn’t bubble as much. You can turn off the gas at this point because the reaction of the two chemicals will create their own heat. Keep adding little bits of the NaOH mixture to the pan and make sure that you keep stirring.

6) Once the entire NaOH mixture is added to the pan you’re going to take the PH indicator papers. Dip the back of the stainless steel fork or spoon in to the mixture and apply a drop of it to the PH strip. If the PH level is around 7 you are done with this step. If the PH level is higher than 7 you’re going to bring the PH level down. This can be done with either citric acid or vinegar. Keep adding tiny drips of citric acid or vinegar to the mixture and stir it around for a while until the PH levels goes to around 7.

The downside of using vinegar is that the GHB will start to taste like it. Citric acid on the other hand tastes much better.

7)At this point we’re going to purify the mixture to make sure we dissolved every bit of GBL. You’re going to do this by boiling the water at a 150 degrees Celsius until it stops bubbling. This will take around an hour. Don’t turn the fire to high and keep stirring the mixture. If you turn the fire to high the mixture might burn. You will start to notice that mixture becomes thicker and viscous. You might even notice some white crystals forming across the edge of the pan. That’s the GHB. Once the mixtures stops bubbling you end up with pure, molten GHB in your pan. (Around 200 grams)

How to make GHB

8) Now we’re going to bring the mixture back to a liquid form. You’re going to take the rest of the distilled water and bring it to a boil. It’s important that you use hot water because if you use cold water the mixture becomes rock hard and you’ll need another hour making the mixture soft again.

Pour a small amount of the hot distilled water to the GHB mixture and start stirring. We do this to make the mixture less viscous than it was before. Pour the GHB mixture in the empty distilled water bottle and add another small amount of warm distilled water to the saucepan that you used to make the GHB. This is to make sure you get all of the GHB that’s in the pan. Add the scraps that came of the saucepan to the distilled water bottle that’s filled with the GHB mixture.

Add the rest of the boiling distilled water to the bottle with the GHB mixture until you reach the 1 Liter mark. At this point you got liquid GHB with a concentration of around 1 gram per 5 ml. If you want to make higher concentrations of GHB you should add less water.

9) You are now done and should have a bottle of high quality GHB. All that rests is to clean all the materials that you used properly to remove the remaining chemicals from them.

Enjoy

At this point you can enjoy the GHB that you made. Make sure to use it responsible and share your results with us down below. I’ve spent a long time writing this article so there might be some mistakes that I’ve made along the way.

If you notice a mistake or if you know how to make GHB better ? again make sure to share them below!

32 Comment

  1. Thanks for the guide!
    Step nr.7 – do you keep the mixture at a temperature of 150 degrees Celsius the whole hour? And does one have to keep stirring the mixture at all times?

    1. Hey Psy,

      Sorry for the late response. Family matters have been taking up my time.
      Yes, the idea is that you keep the mixture at 150 degrees celcius while stirring it untill it has stopped boiling (This will take around an hour). Don’t put the fire to high because this will cause the mixture to burn.

      This is a time intensive process and skipping this step will result in bad quality etc. This step is to purify the existing mixture.

      If you have any more questions just ask them,

      ThisThinLine

  2. Thanks JD!
    I wonder if you could use a small milk frother for the stirring or it would add too much air into the mixture?

    I’ve read elsewhere glass is recommended for cooking and mixing purposes as the NaOH will react (maybe just a bit) even with stainless steel. I don’t know if that is correct.. Also could the lab wash bottle react with the NaOH?

    Do you think demineralized water would be good enough or would you always go for distilled water?

    Lastly, I’ve seen it recommended to get the PH level at around 8 as a weak base for the final product as it will then inhibit conversion to GBL again?

    1. As far as the milk frother my advice is to not do it. You don’t know what kind of materials were used for making the frother and the chemicals might react, brake down the materials inside or even destroy the frother. It will speed up the proces but you will end up taking way to much risk. If the frother happends to have materials in them which are braken down by the chemicals inside the mixture you can get some of those chemicals inside your end product (wich you don’t want) !!!

      I indeed prefer to use glass for cooking. To be honest i don’t know how the NaOH reacts with stainless steel but i’ve decided to let people use stainless steel (if it does it is real minimal) because it is way cheaper then using expensive glassware and it leaves room for mistakes. Glass is delicate and especially if you work with rapid temperature differences “new” people are better of using stainless steel. I really can’t answer your question on how the NaOH exactly reacts with the stainless steel. I’m sure there is a lot of information about this topic on google.

      The lab wash bottle will react with the NaOH. It’s almost impossible to use glassware for this step because of the rapid temperature differences that happen when using NaOH. You will end up having to add the NaOH pallet for pallet which is way to time consuming.

      You always want to use distilled water in a “laboratry”. if you are interested in knowing why you should google the differences between distilled and demineralized water. Distilled water is typically favoured here as there is almost no impurities.

      As for the PH level there are a lot of different theories. I’ve been using this method for as long as i can remember and it works. Thats why i recommend it. You are more then welcome to try out your own formula’s but try to atleast post the results back here so i can keep tweaking and improving my recipe.

      Hope this answered all your questions 😉

      ThisThinLine

  3. Hi
    Thanks for the info. Any chance u can help with where I can buy the Naoh and gbl pl?
    Cheers
    Sam west

    1. Hey Sam,

      I can’t give you any particular websites but you can order all of it from google. For me in Europe there are several websites from germany and belgium that sell and ship the products.
      I don’t know where you are from exactly but i’m sure these items are open for sale as well.

      Just make sure you don’t buy all the items at once as it will make it look suspicious.

      If you like this artcle, make sure to check out our other how-to’s on how to grow cannabis and or credit card fraud.

      Cheers,

      ThisThinLine

  4. Thanks for you elaborate answer JD!

    I have bought a pretty tough glass container and will try to mix the water & NaOH in that.

    Sam, NaOH should be easy. GBL – cleanandsolve.com is legit..

    1. Hey Psy !

      No problem at all. Keep visiting us because i keep writing these kind of articles.
      I would love it if you would my website with people you think might be interested in it !

      Happy christmas !

      ThisThinLine

  5. One question. You say the lab wash bottle WILL react with the NaOH? Is that a problem? Should plastic be avoided? I would prefer to use plastic as per reasons stated above, I’m just curious if the reaction NaOH has with the bottle will create any impurities or issues with the final product.

    Thanks in advance.

    1. Hey Bor,

      What i ment to say was that the NaOH will react what’s inside the wash bottle. Not the wash bottle itself.

      Sorry for my mistake,

      ThisThinLine

  6. Hi, I can’t find GBL anywhere, do you know any good product names in canada that I can use? It seems impossible to find.

    1. Hey Bor,

      Sorry, but i can only help you with questions about the actual cooking procedure. I Live in Western Europe and i could order my GBL from neighbouring countries. I don’t know the rules in Canada.
      I’m having difficulty imagining that GBL is illegal in Canada because it’s mostly used as a cleaning chemical for graffiti & rust.

      This link might help you. However i’m not enforcing you to do anything illegal. https://drugs-forum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=38739

      1. Thanks, but I read that one already. Also yep, Canada sucks. When it comes to illegalizing anything worth a damn, canada is typically one of the first in line.

        It’s legal to own here, just illegal to import or export and also buy. Having it is perfectly fine though…

        Sure makes a lot of sense, kinda chicken and the egg thing.

        1. Hey bor,

          Yes it’s also hard for countries to ban such a substance. I mean it’s main purpose is not to make drugs but to clean.

          try to search a little deeper, i’m sure there are some people who are activly selling this in your country you just have to find that one person.

          I will try to look into this for you and i will post back if i’ve found something.

          Good luck with it and try to post something back for your fellow canadians out there who want to make GHB if you’ve found a place to buy it

          ThisThinLine

  7. Thank you, and if one is found I will!

  8. Cant find it in the US either. If anybody has a hookup let me know.

    1. Legality:
      As of December 2009, GBL has been classified as a Class C drug, carrying maximum jail terms of two years for possession and 14 years for supply.

      1. Hey DT,

        Thanks for supplying other readers with information. In my case it’s illegal as well in my country but the my neighbours are free to do with it what they like so we can get it there.
        I know the drug is hard for dogs to detect so it might be an idea to order it from one of those countries if it’s illegal there.

        If any one has idea’s on how to get it in countries such as the US and Canada then let us know.
        I’m sure the readers will appreciate it 😉 !!!

        ThisThinLine

  9. Thank you so much for this easy to follow step by step guide,it is the best one on the net.
    The question I ask is once I have the end result,how many ml do I take?
    Cheers Chris

    1. Hey Chris,

      Thanks for visiting our website !

      I’m not so much in to the consumption of GHB so i can’t really suggest you how much you should take.

      I’m sure there are plenty of drug-users forums out there that can i advice you on how many ML’s you should take. Just remember that with GHB you have to consider the potency of the GHB that you’ve made.

      ThisThinLine

  10. Hi mate, I’m ready to cook, I have done quite abit of ghb in my time, just never made my own. I’ve often had people tell me the stuff I’m buying off them is strong and to be careful, only for it to turn out that it barely even effects me …. so I’m just wondering how much should I reduce the distilled water by to make a nice strong mix

    1. Hey james,

      It’s easier to change the amount of GBL And NaOH you add to the mixture then it is to add less “distilled water” to gain a more potent product. Mainly because a scale is much more accurate then a human is.
      As i said the two main ingredients to make GHB are GBL and NaOH.

      In the article i said that if you use 120ml of GBL and 63 grams of NaOH and you fill the final mixture up to a total of 1L you end up with a product that has 1 gram of GHB per 5ML.
      If you double the GBL and NaOH you will end up with a twice as potent product.

      I suggest you start of slow with this because overestimating your ability to handle GHB comes with some risks. The most important one you dying.

      ThisThinLine !

  11. Hi – I have done 2 cooks and both have been too weak – the 1st I made the final product only up to 500ml and the 2nd was around 350 ( initially I tried to use a sofa little as possible but it turned into a soapy substance so I rehydrated) ., I’m just really confused about solution strength as I have had GHB where my sweet spot was 2.2-2.5ml but I almost had to double that with the batches I made the GBL is high potency so it’s not wit. My dad strut– to confound things further, most of the recipes I have found simply state ‘add water’ without disclosing how much water to add —

    1. Hey Nat,

      i’m struggling to follow what you’re saying in your comment. If the substance turns soapy you definetly did something wrong so i don’t suggest you taking it then.
      With what you’re saying im thinking it’s because of the use of bad ingredients. Make sure you’re using distilled water and the purest forms of GBL and NaOH (Using less pure forms -99,9% NaOH and -99% GBL will cause impurities)

      if you’re using the right ingredients then you might want to do things different in these steps:

      Step 5: Keep the fire turned on when you add the NaOH – Once u get used to the recipe you can do it without but you might be a bit to slow at this point.

      step 7: Make sure you do this right ! if you dont complete this proces your GBL has impurities. This will ruin your entire batch. Cooking at 150 degrees CELCIUS – 1 hour – fire not to high – keep stirring – Only quit when it stops bubbling!.

      This is all i can do for now,

      If you have more time you could write down the entire process and send it back to me to see if i can spot any flaws. Make sure you include a picture of all your ingredients and equipment !

      ThisThinLine

  12. Hi thanks for the read, after missing the gbl and caustic, my ph was high and it took a considerable amount of vinegar to bring it down, is there something wrong with this? It took 350ml of vinegar.

    1. Hey anon,

      350ml of vinegar ?!. Sorry for asking but were you making a soup pan full of this stuff ?
      Normally it takes 1-2 tablespoons of vinegar per galon of water to lower the PH level from 8 to 6.5 – 7.0.

      try using white distilled vinegar because i’ve never heard of someone having to use 350ml of that stuff to lower his ph level.

      What were you using to determine the PH level. regular indicator paper or a electrical one ?

      It’s hard for me to determine where the problem is because i’m not there with you but there’s definetly something going wrong.
      If you want you can send me your entire process and i will see if i can spot any flaws !

      Good luck,

      ThisThinLine

  13. Hey !

    Thanks for this recipe.
    When I’m finished I still have a lot of ‘white’ in my saucepan, do you know how I can clear this or use this or do you throw this away?
    Thanks!

    1. Hey Magnetar.

      I think you’ve missed this part in step 8: …and add another small amount of warm distilled water to the saucepan that you used to make the GHB. This is to make sure you get all of the GHB that’s in the pan…
      The white stuff is ghb if you’ve done the cooking process right. You use the warm distilled water to get every bit of GHB out of the pan.

      Let me know if you need some more information and let us know how your cooking went so other readers can learn from it !

      ThisThinLine

      1. Thx for your reply. I did not forget step 8. My first try I finished in microwave and came out better then 2nd try when I stayed with the saucepan. But the white forms on the upper side of the pot. And I added too much distilled warm water in the part that I poured in another can.
        Its all about finetuning.
        Also I found it difficult to maintain the 150 degrees

        1. Hey Magnetar,

          100% right. its all about finetuning. you get better at this over time and the only way to really learn is through trial and error.
          Funny you should say that because keeping at a 150 degrees was a real art for me to.

          Good luck on your (Next) batch !

          ThisThinLine

  14. Just a tip I have to offer is to use Visions glass cookware which is not very expensive and can be purchased online. The glass is made of pyroceram which was invented in 1958 and used by NASA for space shuttles as it has the ability to withstand rapid changes in temperature without cracking. Check it out, it’s an extremely worthy investment at around $40 or so depending on the size and model.

    1. Hey Block,

      Thanks for the advice, i’m sure your fellow cookers are gratefull for it 😉

      ThisThinLine

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