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Whereas previous generations had heroin, cocaine, cannabis, ecstasy, and a handful of other conventional drugs, young people across the UK now have dozens of new drugs to choose from. Legally High: True Stories, Channel 4 2013
The new drugs are synthesised by the ton in India and China. ibid.
Their drug of choice is 2MEO-Ketamine, a research chemical. ibid.
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. Drugs Inc s2e5: Ketamine, National Geographic 2012
In large doses it produces vivid dream-like hallucinations. ibid.
Street Ketamine comes as a white powder that’s normally snorted. ibid.
An overdose is rarely fatal. ibid.
In the K-hole the user’s mind cuts off from the external world. ibid.
India is the world’s second biggest producer of Ketamine. ibid.
Ketamine was banned in Britain in 2006 but it’s become the new drug of choice for many young Londoners. ibid.
Ketamine has a direct toxic effect on the lining of the bladder and the urinary tract. Dr Dan Wood, London
A chemist discovered a new anaesthetic that has found use as a treatment for depression and as tool for abduction of visionary experience. Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia s2e5: Ketamine: Realms and Realities
Clinical researchers found that ketamine possessed most of PCP’s therapeutic advantages with relatively few adverse effects. ibid.
The most widely used anaesthetic in the world, Ketamine is manufactured by the ton by China and India. ibid.
Deliberately opaque patent literature. ibid.