Special K drug, What Is It?


Special K drug or Ketamine hydrochloride as it is also called was originally created as a medicinal anesthetic. Special K drug or Ketamine affects the central nervous system, producing a fast acting dissociative effect. Ketamine is still used as general anesthesia for individuals in poor health, small children and is also used in veterinary medicine. Special K drug or Ketamine is in a class of drugs called “dissociative anesthetics” which divide “sensation” from “perception”. A few other drugs in this same category are PCP, DXM and nitrous oxide or laughing gas.

Special K Drug, How Is It Used?


Special K drug or Ketamine is usually found in liquid form. Special K drug can be cooked down into a white powdery substance for snorting. Special K drug is snorted from small lines or “bumps” witch causes the brain to experience a mild, dreamy like effect, usually felt from within 5 to 10 minutes. This “dreamy” effect is often referred to as entering the “K-hole” and is comparable to a near death experience with the feeling or sensation of rising above one’s body. Test show that it only takes about 100 mg’s to get to the Special K, K-hole. Special K drug or Ketamine can be found packaged in capsule form and sold as “ecstasy,” to be swallowed orally, however this particular form of ecstasy is nothing like MDMA (real ecstasy). There are new ecstasy testing kits that can be used to screen for fake ecstasy. Special K drug taken ingested orally will usually produce the effects in 10 to 20 minutes.

Special K drug can also be injected into the body. However it cannot be injected intravenously, it must be injected into the muscle. If injected, less Special K drug is needed to enter the “K-hole”. Effects are usually felt within 4 minutes. The time in which it takes to feel the effects of the drug varies some depending on how it is used or ingested. The effects of Ketamine can last anywhere from 1 to 6 hours, and it usually takes 24 to 48 hours for the user to be normal again.

Special K Drug Also Known As:

Ketamine, K, Vitamin K, Kit Kat, Keller, Super C, Kitty Valume, and Super Acid just to name a few. Each drug has “slang” terms. Users think by using these “slang” terms they can talk openly in conversation about their drug use with no one being the wiser. One of the best ways to stop or to prevent your teen from becoming a user is to educate yourself with the “slang” words for all types of drugs.

Special K Drug, What Does It Look Like?

Special K drug is very similar in appearance to cocaine or crystal methamphetamine, and is often mistaken for the other drugs. When the Special K drug or Ketamine has been cooked down into a fine white powder it enables users with the ability to “lace” cigarettes and marijuana cigarettes with the Special K drug.