No. It is not legal to purchase via the internet or otherwise.
Selling, administering, or otherwise providing GHB to another person, whether they take it willfully or not, can result in a variety of criminal charges ranging from possession, possession for sale, sale, or poisoning to even manslaughter and homicide. Administering GHB to an individual for purposes of sex (whether concealed or disguised as a "tonic" or health drink) or having sex with a person unconscious or impaired by GHB (or other drugs) can also result in a variety of criminal charges. Civil charges may also be brought against the person (or business) who sells, supplies or administers GHB in some circumstances. These consequences will vary from state to state or country to country.
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