WHAT DOES KETAMINE FEEL LIKE
What does ketamine feel like ?
Ketamine is a medication primarily used for induction and maintenance of anesthesia. It induces dissociative anesthesia, a trance-like state providing pain relief, sedation, and amnesia Ketamine also causes people to experience hallucinations which happen in the patient’s all fields of vision or site (not through closed eyelids).
For many people, LSD is a once-in-a lifetime experience. Its effects are unpredictable and can last up to 12 hours (ketamine trip) so it’s important that you prepare for when this happens! One way of ensuring your safety during an acid trip would be by taking ketamine before ingesting the drug which will help with sleep afterwards – but don’t forget about all those other precautions like eating well beforehand or keeping hydrated while on psychedelics mode because if something does go wrong then these things matter more than anything else at times…
The dosage ranges from 20 micrograms (aka “micro”) in 1968 up until 200 mcg by 1970; today’s street doses may even exceed
In the 1960s, LSD doses ranged from 100-200 micrograms. Because it is difficult to know how strong a dose may be without regulation and illegal production means there’s no way of knowing exactly what ingredients go into each batch so some people have reported feeling effects after only 20 minutes while others have experienced them within an hour or two hours which can mean different things entirely depending on who you ask but either way this drug does not make itself any easier on your body when taken internally over 12+ hrs
As far as therapy goes ketamine has been proven effective especially during those hard times where everything seems like its going wrong; whether mentally health issues such as PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), anxiety disorders such at OCD