Liquid Ketamine is a hallucinogenic dissociative and anaesthetic that is used in both humans and animals for medical purposes. It was manufactured in 1962, and used in anaesthesia as a substitute to phencyclidine (PCP) which caused powerful, long lasting hallucinations and psychotic symptoms. Currently it is often used as an anaesthetic in children or those undergoing minor surgery. It is most commonly used now in veterinary medicine. It is on the World Health Organisation’s list of essential medicines.
In low doses, Liquid ketamine users report a similar feeling to being drunk. Higher doses cause a much more dissociative or psychedelic effect. When used as a medicine, ketamine is a clear liquid
Effects of Liquid ketamine
The following are the most common effects, not everyone necessarily experiences all of them every time they drink the drug and other effects not listed might be felt. The likelihood of experiencing negative effects is far greater at high doses.
The effects are (from positive to negative):
Increase in energy
Sense of calm and serenity
Meaningful spiritual experiences
Enhanced sense of connection with the world (beings or objects)
Distortion or loss of sensory perceptions
Closed and open eyes visuals
Dissociation of mind from body- in large doses users may experience a “k-hole” which is an intense out-of-body or near-death like experience with very realistic visuals.
Changes in how you perceive time
Shifts in perception of reality
Some short-term memory loss may occur- and this is worse for regular users!
Nasal discomfort when snorting
Discomfort, pain or numbness at injection site (only when injected)
Severe confusion, disorganised thinking
Paranoia (with regular use)
Nausea and vomiting
Frightening or untimely distortion
Loss of control of body movements and balance. Becoming uncoordinated, finding it difficult to move around
Sever dissociation, depersonalization
Loss of consciousness (may be dangerous in certain situations)
Depression of heart rate and respiration
How to take liquid ketamine
Drinking is the most common way of consuming liquid ketamine. You can dissolve the crystals/powder in a small amount of water and acidic juice (e.g. citrus or apple). liquid Ketamine can also be injected, applied to a smokable material, or consumed in drinks
How much liquid ketamine should consumed?
Light dose: 50-100 mg
Medium dose: 100-300 mg
Strong dose: 200-450 mg
Heavy (“K-hole”): 500+ mg
please do refer to our terms & policies as we are not responsible for any misuse or abuse of these drugs after delivery to the client