Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic developed in the early 1960s and has been used in human and veterinary medicine. These drugs are primarily used for anesthesia. Ketamine is a scheduled third drug, meaning that it is approved for use as an anesthetic in hospitals and other medical settings.
It is safe and effective when used in a controlled medical setting, but also has potential for abuse and addiction. Commonly used liquid ketamine drugs such as cocaine, and marijuana.
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Drug class: Ketamine is an NMDA receptor antagonist. It has anesthetic, disruptive, and hallucinations.
Common side effects: Ketamine may have side effects including elevated blood pressure, tremors, hallucinations, confusion, and agitation.
Ketamine's effect is similar to PCP but not as severe with shorter duration. People using ketamine describe high as a pleasant sensation of swimming or a different state of separation from their body. The drug can cause hallucinogenic effects, lasting for a short time, from one to two hours.
Because it is odorless and tasteless and can be added to beverages without being recognized, it is also reported to be used as a palm drug. Ketamine has been shown to have antidepressant effects in patients with a mood disorder, so it is sometimes used intravenously off-label to help treat the major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder.