Ketamine Medication

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mary Says:

No. This is used mostly in veterinary practices and would most likely kill you... Ketamine has a high chance of respiratory failure and death

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LLS207 Says:

I have used ketamine for rheumatoid arthritis many many time for joint pain. Don't tell people it will kill them, if you have no experience with the drug. Ketamine is an amazing drug and can help many people in quite a few ways.

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Verwon Says:

Ketamine is not amazing for everyone, since we are all different, and may react to it differently.

The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, sedation, weight changes, and mood changes.

Is there anything I can help with?

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Mason Says:

I'll just add that Ketamine is known to cause a dissociative state or "trance" as the special K clubkids/ravers used to call it. If you've ever been to a music festival/rave and seen those people wearing dust masks... that's how they administer/maintain their recreational dose. They claim to become "one" with the music and have out of body experiences.

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Ummm.....I’ve probably experimented a few times a year with ketamine for about 12 years. Every experience has been unbelievably awesome. No side effects for me, love being in the k-hole, and after it wears off it gives me a new perspective on how to live life. Moderation is key but I am definitely gonna do it every once in a while when it is around. It’s pretty funny how 2 supposed date rape or club drugs (liquid g) ghb or xyrem for prescription is now available for humans just like ketamine. Legalize it all. Give it 5 years and every illegal drug will be legal and people won’t care as much cuz the only reason people REALLY experiment with drugs is because it is illegal. My 2 cents.

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