Category: Ketamine

Ketamine treatment for OCD isn’t straightforward but may benefit some. Here’s how it works (or doesn’t) and everything else you should know:

Ketamine and alcohol are a common combination, but it can be dangerous. Here are the risks and how to minimize them.

Ketamine activates some receptors and blocks others to produce a bizarre set of dissociative, psychedelic, and anesthetic effects. Here’s how it works.

Ketamine has been used for over fifty years and comes from many different legal and illegal sources around the world. 

Ketamine offers rapid anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) effects, but some forms of anxiety are less likely to respond than others. Here's how it all breaks down.

Ketamine is a safe and effective treatment for a variety of mental health issues — but here’s a list of conditions that could make ketamine therapy dangerous.

Ketamine can cause an overdose, particularly when combined with other substances. If you think someone in your care may be overdosing, call emergency services immediately.

There are no perfect ketamine reversal agents. While some medications can dull parts of the ketamine experience, they also come with significant risks.

Learn how ketamine is used in veterinary medicine, cats’ unique response to this drug, and the precautions cat owners should know.