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Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine is a drug that has traditionally been used as an anesthetic in veterinary medicine. It has also been used in pediatric medicine for this purpose. Not only can it relieve pain, but Special K has powerful hallucinogenic qualities. The ketamine available on the street and in clubs are most likely procured by theft from a veterinary hospital or clinic. When ketamine is used as an anesthetic, it is injected or given intravenously. It can be converted into a powder by allowing the liquid in the injectable form to evaporate. The white substance is usually snorted, but some users choose to inject it.


Ketamine Effects

At low doses, Ketamine is a mild, if weird stimulant. It is in the same class of drugs as PCP (Angel Dust), DXM and nitrous oxide (laughing gas). At medium to high doses, it becomes a very powerful paralyzing psychedelic. Its effects are like a combination of cocaine, cannabis, opium, nitrous oxide, and alcohol.


Ketamine Experiments

out of your mind It did take too long before people began to notice Ketamine's unusual side effects. A significant number of patients treated with the anesthetic began to report vivid out-of-body experiences. There were tales of fantastical interactions with divine forces and full-on psychedelic weirdness. These powerful, dream-like insights occurred as patients were regaining consciousness and were consequently termed 'emergent states'. Doctors began adding a tranquilizer to Ketamine injections to block out the effect, but less scrupulous doctors, dentists, vets and academics were leading the way in experimenting with Ketamine at sub-knockout doses.


Ketamine FAQ

» So Ketamine is a legal high then? » I heard that Ketamine is just an animal tranquilizer withdrawn from use on people. Isn't that a sign that it's dangerous? » Is Ketamine just another name for Angel Dust (PCP)? » Is Ketamine addictive? » Is it true that some ecstasy pills are really just Ketamine? » Can you smoke Ketamine? » Is it easy to overdose or die taking Ketamine? » Can regular use hurt me? » Will Ketamine show up on a urine drugs test? » How can an anesthetic be so psychedelic?


Ketamine FAQ

» So Ketamine is a legal high then? » I heard that Ketamine is just an animal tranquilizer withdrawn from use on people. Isn't that a sign that it's dangerous? » Is Ketamine just another name for Angel Dust (PCP)? » Is Ketamine addictive? » Is it true that some ecstasy pills are really just Ketamine? » Can you smoke Ketamine? » Is it easy to overdose or die taking Ketamine? » Can regular use hurt me? » Will Ketamine show up on a urine drugs test? » How can an anesthetic be so psychedelic?



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