Ketamine is a dissociative drug used as an anesthetic in veterinary practice. These drugs are hallucinogens that cause a feeling of detached feeling from reality.
Problems with attention, learning & memory, dreamlike states, hallucinations, sedation, confusion and problems with speech, loss of memory, immobile, increased blood pressure, unconsciousness, slowed breathing that can lead to death.
The long-term effects can include ulcers, pain in bladder, kidney issues, stomach pains, depression and poor memory. There are other health related issues associated with Ketamine, they are risk of HIV, hepatitis & other infectious diseases from sharing needles.
There are no symptoms of withdrawal.
Ketamine can be snorted, smoked, swallowed or injected.
Ketamine is a clear liquid or can be a white powder.