Ketamine is used in human and animal medicine as an intravenous anesthetic. It is a powerful dissociative hallucinogen drug that is getting more and more media for its ability to prevent depression. Ketamine, or "Special K" as it is known in the psychedelic community, is capable of causing the brain to quickly regrow new neural connections in a part of the brain that is responsible for feelings of depression.

Created as a replacement to PCP, Ketamine is most likely found in liquid or as a white powder form and it is tasteless and odorless. As a popular drug club, Ketamine can be snorted, injected, or even taken in pill form in order to produce an out-of body experiences. 

Side Effects

Ketamine can produce several side effects that last for a short while. These can cause an individual to act differently than they normally would. Some of these side effects include: 

  • Erratic or paranoid behavior 
  • Visual Disturbances 
  • Confusion and disorientation 
  • Increased heart rate and elevated blood pressure
  • Nausea and vomiting 
  • Euphoria
  • Sedation 
  • Drowsiness

Getting Help

Prolonged abuse of Ketamine can be lethal and the dangers of this substance are becoming more readily known.  For information regarding a Ketamine rehab program near, please contact our 24 hour hotline.

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