Ketamine Addiction Treatment Program Benefits
Ketamine’s technical history stretches back to 1962 when it came onto the market as a replacement anesthetic for PCP. However, the advent of the 1970s brought new enthusiasm for psychedelics and it was during this era that the drug first became popular for its hallucinogenic effects. Overall, our ketamine addiction treatment program can help you today.
Primarily used legitimately in the medical field for veterinary anesthetic purposes today, Ketamine (K, Special K, Vitamin K) has recently become a staple for many in the club scene. But with this recreational use also comes a heightened risk of ketamine abuse and addiction, the results of which can have some life-threatening consequences. What’s more, the actual high of this potent hallucinogen can actually end up being quite terrifying.