Ketamine pills for sale. Ketamine is a short-acting “dissociative” anesthetic because of its ability to separate perception from sensation. It also has hallucinogenic and painkilling qualities that seem to affect people in unique ways. We chemically related ketamine to PCP (‘Angel Dust’). Ketamine is occasionally administered to people but, vets use more commonly for pet surgery. Street K is most often diverted in liquid form from vets’ offices or medical suppliers’ ketamine pills.
How is Ketamine Used?
Special K is prepared by evaporating the liquid from the legitimate pharmaceutical injectable product and grinding the residue into a powder. We have reported drying of the liquid to be accomplished by placing the liquid on warming trays, pancake griddles, or cast-iron skillets placed on low heat. More recent reports describe the use of microwaves to achieve a fast boiling-off of the liquid to dry crystals. There has been no reported clandestine manufacture of ketamine (which would be an arduous process). They have diverted all the ketamine encountered by law enforcement to date licit sources, burglaries of veterinary clinics being the most frequently reported source.
Special-K is usually snorted or swallowed as a powder or injected as a liquid intramuscularly. Sometimes, it is put on tobacco or marijuana and smoked. We distributed it as a powder in small “personal use” cocaine-like bottles, ziplock bags, capsules, or paper, glassine or aluminum ‘folds’, or as a liquid in small vials or bottles. Specialized “puff pumpers”, small bottles with a small inhaler screw-on top designed to deliver approx. We have sold 40 mg of ketamine crystals in “Rave” clubs. A 10 ml vial of a veterinary product containing one gram of ketamine sells, on average, for $100 on the street. A typical street package of powder (100 – 200 mg) sells for about $20. In the past, other drugs were not usually mixed with ketamine. Now, however, MDMA, amphetamine, methamphetamine, cocaine, carisoprodol, and flunitrazepam have been encountered.
Ketamine as “Special K” or “K” has become a staple at ‘rave’ parties. It produces a dose-related progression of effects from a state of dreamy intoxication of delirium accompanied by the inability to move, feel pain, or remember what has occurred while under the drug’s influence of ketamine pills.
What are the effects of ketamine?
I.M. (intra-muscular injection) Ketamine takes 1-5 minutes to take effect. Snorted ketamine takes a little longer at 5-15 minutes. Depending on how much and how recently one has eaten, oral ketamine can take between 5 and 30 minutes to take effect. The primary effects of ketamine last approximately 30-45 minutes if injected, 45-60 minutes when snorted, and 1-2 hours if used orally. The Drug Enforcement Administration reports the drug can still affect the body for up to 24 hours.
- Hallucinations- it blocks chemical messengers in the brain that carry sensory input; the brain fills the resulting void with visions, dreams, and memories
- Visual distortions
- Lost sense of time, senses, and identity
- Smells and tastes seem muted
- It amplified visual perception and sense of touch
- May feel floaty- slightly or far away from your body
- Numbness in your extremities
- K Hole- comparatively similar to a near-death experience, with the sensation of rising above one’s body, inner peace, and radiant light.
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What are the side effects of ketamine?
Using ketamine can cause profound physical and mental problems, including delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, and potentially fatal respiratory problems. Panic, rage, and paranoia may also occur. Some people feel paralyzed by the drug, unable to speak without slurring, while others either feel sick or actually throw up. While using ketamine, one is less likely to feel pain and could end up inflicting injury or harm on themselves without even knowing it. In addition, we can submerge one in their hallucinations without realizing that they are hallucinating. Eating or drinking before taking the drug can cause vomiting.
Information regarding the long-term effects of ketamine is mainly anecdotal. Flashbacks of experiences and hallucinations while under the influence of the drug have been reported. There have also been suggestions that long-term use of ketamine can damage the memory and eyesight of the user, as well as reducing attention span. Frequent use can cause disruptions in consciousness and lead to neuroses or other mental disorders.
A BBC report on May 2000 claimed that medical research had shown that controlled tests on Ketamine users had revealed impaired memory and mild schizophrenia several days after taking the drug.
Two psychological difficulties that seem to come up for those who use Ketamine regularly are paranoia and egocentrism. There are many reports of regular users seeing patterns and coincidences (synchronicities) in the world around them, which seem to show that they are more important or integral to the world than others. This same sense of the world focusing on, the user can also feed into a sense of paranoia.
A fundamental characteristic of ketamine is a stupor similar to extreme drunkenness. Something commonly known us this as “being in the K-hole.”
- increase heart rate
- slurred speech
- paralyzed feeling,
- unable to move
- impaired attention, memory, and learning ability
- delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, high blood pressure, depression, and potentially fatal respiratory problems at higher doses
Can you overdose on ketamine?
Yes, an overdose of ketamine will knock you out as if in an operating room. If repeatedly taken in large doses, Ketamine can induce unconsciousness and failure of the cardiovascular system, leading to death. There are at least seven Ketamine related deaths known nationally.
Is Ketamine addictive?
Yes, ketamine can cause tremendous psychological dependence and may be physically addicting as well. The dissociation from one’s consciousness experienced with Special K (the entrance to “K-Land”) can be highly seductive, and there are many cases of ketamine addiction. If used regularly, users of Special K can quickly build a tolerance to the drug’s effects. Special K is illegal and possession can cause long prison terms.
What are the slang terms used for ketamine?
Special K, Ketalar, Ketaject, Ketaset, Super-K, “K”, Ket Kat, Cat Valium, Vitamin K
What is the history behind Ketamine?
Abuse of ketamine (pronounced Kee-ta-meen) goes hand in hand with gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and MDMA (Ecstasy). Where you find one, you will probably find the others. All three are very popular with the RAVE party crowd. Ketamine HCl, a cat tranquilizer and the most commonly used anesthetic in the Vietnam War. It was popular in the ’70s. Ketamine is a psychedelic anesthetic classified medically as a dissociative anesthetic, discovered by Dr. Cal Stevens of Wayne State University in 1961. Heavily used on the battlefields of Vietnam we use it today for short-term surgical procedures in both animals and humans. We sell it only to hospitals and physicians. Since it does not depress critical body vitals, they often use it in procedures with burn victims, for example.
Special K has exploded in the past few months onto the suburban drug scene. In February, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration warned that use is increasing at teen “rave” parties, the marathon dances that have spawned a new youth subculture. Anti-drug czar Barry McCaffrey’s office added K to its list of “emerging drugs” in 1995; the office’s latest “pulse check” of the nation found K “all over.” St. Louis, Mo., Tampa, Fla., and suburban New Jersey have seen a rash of animal-hospital break-ins by thieves hunting for Ketamine. Ketamine Pills.