This week the Food and Drug Administration officially approved the use of a chemical sibling to ketamine for depression. In a move that is considered controversial by many, approving this kind of substance as a new form of treatment may... Learn MoreEMTs in Florida Using Ketamine to Fight Flakka
[caption id="attachment_19161" align="aligncenter" width="442"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] Author: Justin Mckibben In a decision that will undoubtedly be debated at innovative or extremely controversial, emergency responders... Learn MoreThe Increasing Trend of New Psychoactive Substances
Author: Shernide Delva With Marijuana Reform policies stirring controversy throughout the country, soon the idea of legal recreational drug usage could become a reality in the United States. In the meantime, however, many are finding ways to use drugs without... Learn MoreCrazy News Stories
[caption id="attachment_16043" align="aligncenter" width="402"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] Author: Justin Mckibben Come one, come all to the wacky world of this weeks crazy news stories. With... Learn MoreTreatment for Ketamine Addiction
Treatment for Ketamine Addiction: What is Ketamine? Ketamine, also called Special K, is popular especially amongst the club culture – ravers, or people who go to underground music festivals known as raves. To better understand what would make effective treatment... Learn MoreKetamine Chemical Might Help Defeat Depression
Author: Justin Mckibben The fight against depression and other mental health and behavioral disorders if one that is constantly changing, and while new innovations are made offering new hope, some may appear more questionable, and maybe even more harmful than... Learn MoreCan You Become Addicted to “Club Drugs”?
As much as party goers, ravers, and clubbers would like to believe that “club drugs” aren’t addictive that just isn’t the truth. Ecstasy, GHB, Ketamine, Molly, and Rohypnol are all addictive. The effects of club drugs The term “club drugs”... Learn MoreKetamine Bladder Syndrome
What is Ketamine? Ketamine is a general anesthetic that is used in human and veterinary medicine. Ketamine has also been found to be useful in the treatment of persons with depression and bipolarism. A group of researchers at the National... Learn MoreKetamollicaine
Word on the street is that addicts are now combining Ketamine, Molly and Cocaine to form a new powerful drug Ketamollicaine in order to increase their high for longer periods of time. When used alone Ketamine, Molly and Cocaine can... Learn MoreIn The News: Ketamine may relieve depression
What is ketamine? Ketamine is a schedule III dissociative anesthetic developed in 1963 to replace PCP and currently used in human anesthesia and veterinary medicine. Ketamine is manufactured as an injectable liquid for medical use but is evaporated into a... Learn More
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