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Ketamine

COMMON & BRAND NAMES

K, Special K, Cat Tranquilizer, Blind Squid, Breakfast Cereal, Cat Valium, Date Rape Drug, Green, Keller, Keller’s Day, Ket, Ketaject, Ketalar, Kit Kat, New Ecstasy, Psychedelic Heroin, Purple, Special la coke, Super Acid, Super-C, Super-K, Vitamin K, Vit K, K-Train

EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION

Dissociative Anaesthetic; Psychedelic

CHEMICAL NAME

2-(2-chlorophenyl)-2-(methylamino)-cyclohexanone

DESCRIPTION

Ketamine is a dissociative psychedelic used medically as a veterinary and human anesthetic. The user feels its hallucinogenic effects and experiences impaired perception. Ketamine commonly elicits an out-of-body or near-death experience; it can render the user comatose. A well-known effect of Ketamine at higher-range doses is the “K-hole”, where the user is removed from reality and set adrift in an introspective dream-like world, often involving complete dissociation, immersive visuals and out-of-body experiences. At higher doses, the user can be incapacitated and unresponsive, or uncoordinated and erratic, appearing unwell to the uninitiated eye. Nausea and vomiting may also be present. While Ketamine is not known to be physically addictive, prolonged use could be tolerance-building as well as leading to psychological dependency. Ketamine can be injected, snorted and taken oraly; snorting is the most common method of use.

EFFECTS

  • Nausea
  • Rapture
  • Vomiting
  • Euphoria
  • Boredom
  • Slurred speech
  • Increase in energy
  • Analgesia, numbness
  • Increase in heart rate
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Loss of time perception
  • Out-of-body experience
  • Confusion, disorientation
  • Sense of calm and serenity
  • Shifts in perception of reality
  • Dissociation of mind from body
  • Meaningful spiritual experiences
  • Risk of psychological dependency
  • Pleasant mental and/or body high
  • Nasal discomfort upon insufflation
  • Ataxia (loss of motor coordination)
  • Severe dissociation, depersonalisation
  • Severe confusion, disorganised thinking
  • Open- and closed-eye visuals (common)
  • Paranoia and egocentrism (with regular use)
  • Discomfort, pain or numbness at injection site
  • Distortion or loss of sensory perceptions (common)
  • Frightening or untimely distortion or loss of sensory perception
  • Enhanced sense of connection with the world (beings or objects)
  • “K-hole”; intense mind-body dissociation, out-of-body experiences, highly realistic visuals
  • Susceptibility to accidents (from uncoordination and change in perception of body and time)
  • Depression of heart rate and respiration (risk increases with increased dose or when combined with depressants)

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