Ketamine is a schedule III drug in the US with a higher risk than some users may realize. As with most street and club drugs, there are many different terms used to describe it. Common slang names refer to the K of Ketamine, such as Super K, Special K, and Vitamin K. Other, names include Cat Tranquilizer and Cat Valium. These names refer to the original purpose of this drug.
What Is Ketamine?
Ketamine is a form of anesthetic from veterinarian practices. This “cat tranquilizer” was once used for that very purpose. It is now taken from these offices for sale on the street. The immediate danger with this synthetic drug … Read the rest
Introduction Of Club Drugs
Raves and drugs go hand in hand. The culture of the rave and clubbing, and the style of music, all contribute to the ongoing popularity of drug use. This is not a phenomenon of the 1990s. Club drugs are still used across the country, and the range of options is growing.
The Number One Choice In Club Drugs For Most Ravers Is Ecstasy
When we think of club drugs, we tend to immediately think of ecstasy and its related substances. This means ecstasy pills, MDMA power, and new drugs like Molly. Some clubbers and ravers are under the impression that Molly and MDMA are the same things. This is not always … Read the rest
Molly is a phenomenon we tend to associate with American youth culture. Young adults are using this drug as fun, cheap alternative to ecstasy to get high on nights out. It is the pinnacle club drug right now because of its place in the EDM scene and modern culture. This doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t fear the use of Molly in the UK. There is nothing to stop this alternative drug from flooding the British club scene.
In fact, Mandy, as it is sometimes known here, is around. The presence of this drug is a concern because of its potential dangers and a lack of information about its origin. Drug users need to be … Read the rest
LSD Effects For The Brain
Ask drug users what is going on in heir’s heads on a trip, and you will get some interesting answers. Some will take about the feelings of euphoria, calm or disassociation with the world. Others will talk about the hallucinations and images seen. Others just won’t have a good answer, they just like the feeling. All these answers are personal and subjective. The question for scientists is simple. What is going on inside their brains on a neurological level?
Studies In The Brain Activity Of LSD Users Have Come Up With Some Fascinating Scientific Images
In an Imperial College London study, volunteers took a dose of LSD via injection and … Read the rest