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78,122. Ketamine: the hallucinogenic drug for the twenty-first century. From India to Western nightclubs Ketamine is sweeping the globe. Some see it as a harmless high, but devastating long term effects are only just emerging. (Ketamine & Drugs) Drugs Inc: Ketamine s2e5
78,123. In large doses it produces vivid dream-like hallucinations. (Ketamine & Drugs) ibid.
78,124. Street Ketamine comes as a white powder that’s normally snorted. (Ketamine & Drugs) ibid.
78,125. An overdose is rarely fatal. (Ketamine & Drugs) ibid.
78,126. In the K-hole the user’s mind cuts off from the external world. (Ketamine & Drugs) ibid.
78,127. India is the world’s second biggest producer of Ketamine. (Ketamine & Drugs) ibid.
78,128. Ketamine was banned in Britain in 2006 but it’s become the new drug of choice for many young Londoners. (Ketamine & Drugs) ibid.
78,129. Ketamine has a direct toxic effect on the lining of the bladder and the urinary tract. Dr Dan Wood, London
122,988. A chemist discovered a new anaesthetic that has found use as a treatment for depression and as tool for abduction of visionary experience. (Drugs & Ketamine) Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia s2e5: Ketamine: Realms and Realities
122,989. Clinical researchers found that ketamine possessed most of PCP’s therapeutic advantages with relatively few adverse effects. (Drugs & Ketamine) ibid.
122,993. The most widely used anaesthetic in the world, Ketamine is manufactured by the ton by China and India. (Drugs & Ketamine) ibid.
122,994. Deliberately opaque patent literature. (Drugs & Ketamine) ibid.