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How is Ketamine Used?
More recent reports describe the use of microwaves to achieve a fast boiling-off of the liquid to dry crystals. There has been no reported clandestine manufacture of ketamine (which would be a difficult process). KETAMINE PILLS FOR SALE USA
Specialized “puff pumpers”, small bottles with a small inhaler screw-on top designed to deliver approx.
40 mg of ketamine crystals have been sold in “Rave” clubs.
A 10 ml vial of a veterinary product containing one gram of ketamine sells, on average, for $100 on the street.
A typical street package of powder (100 – 200 mg) sells for about $20.
Ketamine as “Special K” or “K” has become a staple at ‘rave’ parties.
What are the effects of Ketamine?
I.M. (intra-muscular injection) Ketamine generally takes 1-5 minutes to take effect. Snorted ketamine takes a little longer at 5-15 minutes. Depending on how much and how recently one has eaten, oral ketamine can take between 5 and 30 minutes to take effect.
- Hallucinations- it blocks chemical messengers in the brain that carry sensory input; the brain fills the resulting void with visions, dreams, and memories
- Visual distortions
- Lost sense of time, senses, and identity
- Smells and tastes seem muted
- Visual perception and sense of touch are amplified
- May feel floaty- slightly or far away from your body
- Numbness in your extremities
What are the side effects of Ketamine?
The use of Ketamine can result in profound physical and mental problems including delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, and potentially fatal respiratory problems.
Information regarding the long-term effects of Ketamine is mainly anecdotal.
Frequent use can cause disruptions in consciousness and lead to neuroses or other mental disorders.
A BBC report in May 2000 claimed that medical research had shown that controlled tests on Ketamine users had revealed impaired memory and mild schizophrenia several days after taking the drug.
Two psychological difficulties that seem to come up for those who use Ketamine regularly are paranoia and egocentrism.
A main characteristic of Ketamine is a stupor similar to extreme drunkenness. This is commonly known as “being in the K-hole.”
- increase heart rate
- slurred speech
- paralyzed feeling
- unable to move
- impaired attention, memory, and learning ability
- delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, high blood pressure, depression, and potentially fatal respiratory problems at higher doses
Can you overdose on Ketamine?
Yes, an overdose of Ketamine will knock you out as if in an operating room. If repeatedly taken in large doses, Ketamine can induce unconsciousness and failure of the cardiovascular system, leading to death. There are at least seven Ketamine related deaths known nationally.
Is Ketamine addictive?
Yes, Ketamine can cause tremendous psychological dependence and may be physically addicting as well. The dissociation from one’s consciousness experienced with Special K (the entrance to “K-Land”) can be highly seductive, and there are many cases of Ketamine addiction.
What are the slang terms used for Ketamine?
Special K, Ketalar, Ketaject, Ketaset, Super-K, “K”, Ket Kat, Cat Valium, Vitamin K
What is the history behind Ketamine?
Abuse of Ketamine (pronounced Kee-ta-meen) goes hand in hand with gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and MDMA (Ecstasy). Where you find one, you will likely find the others. All three are very popular with the RAVE party crowd. Ketamine HCl, a cat tranquilizer and the most commonly used anesthetic in the Vietnam War.