DOSAGE: 1000mg, 500mg , 200mg
Ketamine is most often used in veterinary medicine. In humans, it can induce and maintain general anesthesia before, during, and after surgery.
For medical purposes, ketamine is either injected into a muscle or given through an intravenous (IV) line.
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Liquid ketamine for sale. Ketamine Liquid is an anesthetic with analgesic, stimulant, and psychedelic properties. Chemically related to phencyclidine (PCP), it has been used extensively in human and veterinary medicine. Like PCP, it is a ‘dissociative’ anesthetic which means that patients feel detached and remote from their immediate environment. Users say that under its influence they assume a different point of view, outside of body and self. The drug comes in a variety of forms. Pharmaceutical ketamine is usually a liquid. On the street, it is more common to see tablets or white crystalline powder.
Powdered ketamine is often snorted, though it may be swallowed. If sniffed the effects of ketamine generally come on quickly and can last from about 20 minutes to a couple of hours.
Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic, meaning users will feel detached from themselves and their immediate surroundings. The drug also has painkilling, stimulant and psychedelic effects. Effects are immediate if injected, though this practice is rarer, with most users sniffing the drug. If sniffed, the effects will take around 20 minutes to come on, and can last for one or two hours.
The amount of ketamine taken determines both the extent and type of effect the drug will have. At a relatively low dosage (around 100mg), users will commonly experience mild dissociative effects, hallucinations, and distortions of time and space.
Larger doses (anything above 200mg) may induce a so-called ‘K-hole’, where a user can experience considerable and lengthy detachment from reality. The user may experience hallucinations, similar to those while using LSD followed by numbness, often in the limbs, and strange muscle movements. Users may also feel sick or throw up – which can be very dangerous at high doses if the user is unconscious or disorientated as people may choke on their vomit.
Concerns over the risks of using the drug have been growing in recent years. Repeated or heavy use of ketamine appears to be particularly harmful to the urinary tract and can cause ulcerative cystitis, where the bladder wall thickens. In some cases, individuals have had to have their bladders surgically removed. Frequent use can also cause kidney dysfunction and abdominal pains are known as ‘K-cramps’.
The risk of death from accidents is also elevated while under the influence of ketamine. As a powerful analgesic, its use can make users more vulnerable to physical injury as the seriousness of an incident may not be immediately apparent. Its dissociative effects may also make users unaware of potentially risky behavior. One study found that as many as 83% of 90 ketamine users knew of someone who had an accident while taking ketamine.
Frequent use of ketamine may also lead to depression.
There is considerable evidence from ketamine users that heavy use of the drug can lead to dependence. Studies on animals, as well as reports from regular users, suggest that tolerance can develop, meaning that users need to take higher and higher doses to achieve the same effects.
Ketamine can be particularly dangerous if used at the same time as depressant drugs such as alcohol, heroin, or tranquilizers. The combined effects of these drugs can cause the body to shut down to such an extent that the lungs or heart may stop functioning.