Ketamine

Ketamine

Ketamine hydrochloride (“Special K” or “K”) was originally created for use as an anaesthetic. It is still used by veterinarians. Ketamine belongs to a class of drugs called “dissociative anaesthetics,” which separate perception from sensation. Other drugs in this category include PCP, DXM and nitrous oxide (laughing gas).

the effects of taking Ketamine:
–  The effect of Ketamine varies with dosage, method of administration, person and the situation in which it is used. It can be snorted or injected intra muscularly.
– Most users report a ‘trippy effect’, which means that it alters perception of reality and dimensions such as time, place, space and body.
– It also affects the ability to move. Staggering and a floating feeling are common, just as nausea and dizziness.
– Another side effects is that it blocks the pain receptors in the body, which may cause injuries or worse.
– Low doses of Ketamine can increase heart-rate, at higher doses it depresses consciousness and breathing and is extremely dangerous to combine with downers like alcohol, Valium or GHB.
– Frequent use can cause disruptions in consciousness and lead to neuroses or other mental disorders.

Powder or Liquid
– Ketamine can be seen as a powder or as a liquid.
– It can be snorted or injected intra muscularly.

Just know that:
– Ketamine can be a quite disrupting experience which is not enjoyed by everyone!
– A bad trip can be very freightening and most unpleasant. It is quite difficult to determine dosage so beware of overdosing.
– Frequent use can cause disruptions in consciousness and lead to neuroses or other mental disorders.
– Ketamine can cause a tremendous psychological dependence.
– The dissociation from one’s consciousness experienced with ketamine can be highly seductive to some people, and there are many cases of ketamine addiction.
– Ketamine is illegal and possession can result in long prison terms.

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