What is it?

Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic that is used in veterinary and doctoral practices. It makes the user feel not in control by distorting the users sense of sight and sound. It has hallucinogenic effects on the user. Ketamine has been used in cases of sexual assault. It is physicaly and phycologically addictive

How is it taken into the body?

Through injection in its liquid form. In its powdered form it can be snorted or smoked.

Street names for the drug

Cat Tranquilizer, Cat Valium, K, Kit Kat, Jet, Jet K, Special K, Purple, Special La Coke, Super K, Vitamin K, Super Acid, Ketanest S, Green, Ketalar

What are the effects?

Short Term: After taking it may cause an increased heart rate and blood pressure. The user may experience hallucinations, feeling disconnected and not in control. It is used to make patients feel detached from their pain. It induces a state of sedation.

Long Term: May cause the user to develope potentially fatal respiratory problems. Users may became addicted to the drug and begin to crave it.

Signs of abuse

Involuntary rapid eye movement, dilated pupils, salivation, tear secretion, and nausea are signs you may notice if someone around you has taken Ketamine. Other signs that someone you may know is taking Ketamine are forgetting things that they said or did, a short attention span, confusion, loss of coordination, mood swings and dizziness.