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  • Basic Facts About Ketamine

    Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic developed in the early 1960s and used in human and veterinary medicine. The drug is primarily used for anesthesia. More >> Basic Facts About Ketamine.pdf  
  • Could Ketamine be used to treat depression?

    Scientists at the University of Cambridge are investigating the possibility that Ketamine - a horse tranquiliser, used illegally as a class C hallucinogen - could be used medicinally. More >> Ketamine and Depression.pdf  
  • Dealing with ketamine addiction

    While ketamine is not physically addictive, like other drugs, it is psychologically addicting. And the user will need more of the drug to achieve the same feeling as the first time. Withdrawal symptoms vary, but may include twitching, restlessness, cravin More >> Dealing with ketamine addiction.pdf  
  • Detox

    Ketamine detox is a simple task, but may be hard for the user who is undergoing the ketamine detox. Ketamine detox is the cleaning out of the ketamine from the users body. Ketamine detox is not nearly as painful physically as it is emotionally and mentall More >> Ketamine Detox.pdf  
  • 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 combinatio More >> Ketamine Effects.pdf  
  • Effects Of Ketamine In Your Body

    After taking ketamine the drug is absorbed into the bloodstream where it travels to the brain. More >> Effects Of Ketamine In Your Body.pdf  
  • Effects Of Ketamine In Your Mind

    Ketamine produces hallucinations. It distorts perceptions of sight and sound and makes the user feel disconnected and not in control. More >> Effects Of Ketamine In Your Mind.pdf  
  • FAQ about Ketamine

    Ketamine is a fast-acting anaesthetic and painkiller used principally in veterinary surgery. It is also used, to a lesser degree, in human medicine. More >> FAQ about Ketamine.pdf  
  • Harmful effects seen with repeated ketamine abuse

    Ketamine, sometimes called Special K on the street, is mostly used as a veterinary anesthetic. In humans, it causes hallucinations and high blood pressure. More >> Harmful effects seen with repeated ketamine abuse.pdf  
  • Health Risks Of Ketamine

    Some risks of ketamine have only recently been discovered, for example it can cause serious bladder damage. In fact, it’s risky in a number of ways. • Because you don't feel pain properly when you're on ketamine, you can injure yourself badly and not kno More >> Health risks of ketamine.pdf  
  • History of Ketamine

    Like LSD, MDMA (Ecstasy) and its close chemical cousin PCP, Ketamine is a product of twentieth century pharmacy, and to this day a healthy revenue source for 'big medicine'. More >> History of Ketamine.pdf  
  • How Ketamine Addiction Is Treated

    Detoxification may necessary in extreme cases of ketamine addiction. Detox programs are in-patient and address the body’s physical dependence on the drug. However, many ketamine users need additional therapy in order to treat the reasons that they’d begun More >> How Ketamine Addiction Is Treated.pdf  
  • 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 av More >> Ketamine Addiction.pdf  
  • Ketamine and Dissociation

    Although many of ketamine’s effects can be found in other hallucinogens such as LSD, one is unique to the ketamine experience — a sense of dissociation in which the mind seems to leave the body and float in space. Ketamine users often refer to this experi More >> Ketamine and Dissociation.pdf  
  • Ketamine And Memory Loss

    The University College London team carried out a range of memory and psychological tests on 120 people. More >> Ketamine And Memory Loss.pdf  
  • Ketamine Bladder Syndrome

    Ketamine bladder syndrome is a fairly new reported side effect to K use, first documented in 2007. In the past four years, clinicians in Asia, Canada, the USA and Europe have reported treating young, teenage ketamine abusers who appear to have severe and More >> Ketamine Bladder Syndrome.pdf  
  • Ketamine Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings

    It is unknown if Ketamine can cause harm to the fetus. If you become pregnant while taking Ketamine, discuss with your doctor the benefits and risks of using Ketamine during pregnancy. More >> Ketamine Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings.pdf  
  • Ketamine Tolerance and Dependence

    There is evidence that after frequent and prolonged use, ketamine is addictive. People who use ketamine regularly can develop dependence and tolerance to it, which means they need to take larger amounts of ketamine to get the same effect. More >> Ketamine Tolerance and Dependence.pdf  
  • Ketamine: the story

    Ketamine is an anaesthetic used in human and animal surgery, but is also taken recreationally. Read on to discover the chemistry and history behind the K-hole. More >> ketamine the story.pdf  
  • Mixing Ketamine With Other Drugs

    Like all anesthetics, Ketamine is not a good mixer. More >> Mixing Ketamine With Other Drugs.pdf  
  • Reducing Ketamine Use

    Ketamine is an anaesthetic cooked from liquid form to crystalline solid, then ground into a powder and snorted through the nose, traditionally through “bumps” off the end of a key or in a “Bullet” (a device used to deliver measured amounts). More >> Reducing Ketamine Use.pdf  
  • Risks of Taking Ketamine

    Ketamine is a powerful anaesthetic with painkilling and hallucinogenic qualities most commonly used by vets for operating on animals. It depresses the nervous system and produces a short-term loss of sensation throughout the body. More >> Risks of Taking Ketamine.pdf  
  • Signs Of Ketamine Addiction

    Ketamine is a hydrochloride salt used as an anesthetic in veterinary medicine and certain medical situations for humans as well. In addition to pain relief, ketamine has hallucinogenic properties. For this reason, it has become a popular club drug that i More >> Signs of ketamine addiction.pdf  
  • The Dangers Of Ketamine Overdose

    Ketamine (often called K or Special K) is a tranquilizer often used for medical and veterinary purposes, but it’s also used as a recreational drug. Ketamine overdose can occur very quickly, and can have permanent effects for the drug user that include: More >> The Dangers Of Ketamine Overdose.pdf  
  • Treatment of Ketamine Overdose

    In emergency room settings, ketamine overdose patients are treated supportively. Respiratory, cardiac, and neurological functions are closely monitored and managed. More >> Treatment of Ketamine Overdose.pdf  
  • What is Ketamine

    Ketamine is a club drug, and is more commonly known as special K or to the scientist ketamine hydrochloride. Ketamine is mainly used as a veterinary tranquilizer, but in the last six to seven years it has found its way onto the club scene. The recreationa More >> What is Ketamine.pdf  
  • Where does ketamine come from?

    Ket is an entirely man-made drug. It's not generally produced illegally as it is too complicated to synthesise, and the chemicals needed to make it are not readily available. More >> Where does ketamine come from.pdf