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KetamineInfo
SummaryA short acting dissociative anaesthetic and hallucinogen commonly used in emergency medicine. It is the prototypical dissociative, and is widely used at sub-anesthetic doses recreationally. Small doses are comparable with alcohol, while larger doses are immobilising and lead to psychedelic experiences: the "K-Hole."
DoseInsufflated Threshold: 5-10mg Light: 20-50mg Common: 50-125mg Strong: 125-175mg Heavy: 175-250mg
NOTE: Ketamine is based on weight. These are figures for the average 150 pound male There is no concrete dose for the "K-Hole" as each user is different.
OnsetInsufflated: 7.5-20 minutes
Oral: 10-75 minutes
Intramuscular: 2-7.5 minutes
Intravenous: 0-2 minutes
Duration1-2 hours
AvoidDriving. Moving and walking if possible. Mixing with other depressants like alcohol, benzos and opiates.
EffectsA feeling of drunkenness and well being at low doses. As dose increases the user may begin to feel a disconnection from their body. At 'khole' doses the user may become completely disconnected from both body and mind.
Aliasesk
ket
kitty
kittens
Moleculehttp://wiki.tripsit.me/images/7/76/Ketamine.png
Categoriesdissociative
habit-forming
common
After-effects1-2 hours