1g of Ket – $125
IF YOU ARE NEW TO K , PLEASE MAKE SURE TO READ OUR DESCRIPTION BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT IT AND CORRECT DOSAGES
*Please make sure to crush the crystals into a fine powder for accurate dosing and for safer usage.*
What Is Ketamine?
Ketamine got its start in Belgium in the 1960s as an anesthesia medicine for animals. The FDA approved it as an anesthetic for people in 1970. It was used in treating injured soldiers on the battlefields in the Vietnam War. Unlike other anesthetics, ketamine doesn’t slow breathing or heart rate, so patients don’t need to be on a ventilator to receive it.
Why is Ketamine Used Medically?
- Ketamine can provide pain relief and short-term memory loss (for example, amnesia of a medical procedure).
- In surgery, it is used an induction and maintenance agent for sedation and to provide general anesthesia.
- It has also been used for pain control in burn therapy, battlefield injuries, and in children who cannot use other anesthetics due to side effects or allergies.
- Ketamine, through blocking at the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) site, has rapid action in controlling symptoms of depression and acute suicidal ideation.
- At normal doses, it is often preferred as an anesthetic in patients at risk of bronchospasm and respiratory depression.
How Quickly Does Ketamine Work?
- An injection yields a quick response, with effects occurring in seconds to minutes.
- “Snorting” leads to effects in roughly 5 to 15 minutes (this is the most common & best method of use).
- Oral consumption requires between 5 and 30 minutes. (Higher dosages are required for oral consumption)
The effects of abuse typically last 1 to 2 hours, but the users judgement, senses and coordination may be affected for up to 24 hours or longer. Sensations the user may seek include floating, stimulation and visual effects.
Typical Ketamine Recreational Dose Ranges
|75 to 125 mg||Intramuscular (IM) or subcutaneous injection|
|60 to 250 mg (30mg for First time users)||Insufflation (intranasal or “snorting”)|
|50 to 100 mg||Intravenously (IV)|
|200 to 300 mg||Orally (by mouth)|
Abuse of large doses can also lead to powerful visual hallucinations that are intensified by environmental stimuli. Deep unconsciousness can occur. When higher doses of ketamine are abused, or during emergence, it is reported to produce vivid dreams and an “out-of-body”, “K-hole” or “near-death” hallucinogenic experience.
In smaller doses, such as those typically used recreationally, ketamine can lead to various effects such as:
- feelings of calmness and relaxation, relief from pain
- detached feeling from body
- slurred speech
- diminished reflexes
- hallucinations lasting from 30 to 60 minutes
- nystagmus (repetitive, uncontrolled movements of the eyes).