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- Odourless and tasteless, dissolves easily in liquid; drowsy effects have been used to prevent victims from resisting sexual assault.
- In high amounts, ketamine prevents the central nervous system from working and can lead to death.
- Short-term effects: loss of consciousness and memory, hallucinations, disassociation, "out-of-body" experiences, inability to speak or move, fever, nose bleeds, nausea and more.
- Wear-off effects: anxiety, amnesia, flashbacks.
- Get the full facts on Ketamine.
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