Ketamine

The dangers of doing Ketamine!

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is primarily used in medicine. Its mainly used for treatment of general anesthesia and usually in a combination of a sedative. It is also used sedation in intensive care, analgesia, and treatment of bronchospasm.

How does Ketamine get into your body?

Ketamine comes in liquid and powder form. It is snorted, placed in alcohol, or laced with marijuana.

Slang/Street names for Ketamine.

The most common slang/street names for Ketamine are:

  • K
  • Special K
  • Super C
  • Bump
  • Cat Vailum
  • Jet
  • Super Acid
  • Green

How Ketamine Effects Your Body

Ketamine effects you body in many ways and has lots of side effects both long term and short term.

Short Term Effects:


  • Hallucinations
  • Pain at injection site
  • Vomiting and nausea
  • Altered hearing
  • Blurred or double vision
  • Nightmares and vivid dreams
  • Illusions
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • High blood pressure
and many more.


Not much is known about the long term effects of Ketamine but some research has shown that chronic use of ketamine can cause verbal, short-term memory loss, and visual memory loss.

Signs of Ketamine Abuse

Ketamine addicts don't have a normal pain stimuli since Ketamine is a drug that blocks pain. It also slows people down and often makes them look as if they are walking in slow motion.

The Addiction of Ketamine

Ketamine is not a physically addictive drug, it is mentally addictive. Ketamine is a "feel good" it makes you go on trips like LSD. It can give you feelings of relaxation, easy flow, and numbness. But it has a few short effect. These good relaxing feelings make a person want more. But since the drug has such a short effect it will prompt them to take it again and again till eventually they have taken tons of doses.