$375.00 – $9,600.00
Mol Formula: C13H16ClNO · HCl
Formula Weight: 274.19 g/mol
CAS Number: 1867-66-9
Storage Temperature: 2 – 8 °C
Appearance (Color): White to Faint Yellow
Appearance (Form): Powder/Crystal
Purity (TLC) > 98 %
Ketamine is employed to place you to sleep for surgery and to forestall pain and discomfort throughout sure medical tests or procedures.
Ketamine is employed for causation anesthesia (lack of sensation or feeling) before surgery or sure procedures that don’t need musculus relaxation.
It may even be used for alternative conditions as determined by your doctor.
Ketamine is an anesthetic. It works in the brain to inhibit painful sensations.
Pain may be a signal from our body that one thing isn’t right.
It will be thanks to a physical injury, some kind of disease, or emotional upset.
Most kinds of physical pain will be treated with pain relievers.
Dilaudid (hydromorphone) is an opioid pain medication. An opioid is sometimes called a narcotic. It is used to treat severe pain. Percocet contains a combination of acetaminophen and oxycodone.
Percocet is employed to alleviate moderate to severe pain.
Analgesics like Datril or paracetamol are accustomed to treat delicate or moderate pain, and can also be used to reduce the temperature in fevers.
Narcotic analgesics like antitussive will be used alone or together with alternative analgesics for stronger pain, like dental pain, discharge pain, or migraines.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (including aspirin) are used to reduce pain associated with inflammation, such as sports injuries, and can also be used to relieve fever.
Ketamine got its start in Belgium in the 1960s as an anesthesia medicine for animals. The FDA approved it as an anesthetic for people in 1970. It was used in treating injured soldiers on the battlefields in the Vietnam War. Unlike other anesthetics, ketamine doesn’t slow breathing or heart rate, so patients don’t need to be on a ventilator to receive it.
Emergency responders may give it to an agitated patient who, for example, they have rescued from a suicide attempt. That’s how Ken Stewart, MD, says doctors began to realize that the drug had powerful effects against depression and suicidal thoughts.
“Someone is trying to jump off a bridge and they give him ketamine in the ambulance to calm him down and 9 months later, he says, ‘I haven’t felt suicidal for 9 months.’
“When enough stories like that started to pile up, doctors said, ‘Maybe there’s something here,’” says Stewart, an emergency physician and founder of Insight Ketamine in Santa Fe, NM. Like the drug itself, Stewart got his start in combat medicine during the Vietnam War. Some doctors also use ketamine to treat suicidal thoughts.
Ketamine causes what doctors call a “dissociative experience” and what most anyone else would call a “trip.” That’s how it became a club drug, called K, Special K, Super K, and Vitamin K among others. Partiers inject it, put it in drinks, snort it, or add it to joints or cigarettes.
“Ketamine can produce feelings of unreality; visual and sensory distortions; a distorted feeling about one’s body; temporary unusual thoughts and beliefs; and a euphoria or a buzz,” says John Krystal, MD, chief of psychiatry at Yale-New Haven Hospital and Yale School of Medicine in Connecticut, where he is a leader in studying ketamine’s antidepressant effects.
The trip lasts about 2 hours. But there are risks of casual use. The most serious are unconsciousness, high blood pressure, and dangerously slowed breathing. The drug could also cause long-term problems, such as ulcers and pain in the bladder; kidney problems; stomach pain; depression; and poor memory. Ketamine could be fatal for people who abuse alcohol or if you take it while you’re drunk.
But the drug’s potential as a treatment for depression and antidote to suicidal thoughts has drawn researchers’ attention. They’ve studied and administered it in controlled, clinical settings to help with treatment-resistant depression and other conditions.
To be clear: Casual use is not a treatment for depression. But doctors have developed a protocol for medically supervised use that may help people who don’t get relief from other medications.
1000g, 100g, 10g, 250g, 500g, 50g