What is Ketamine Used For?
Is Ketamine An Opiate?
Ketamine has many similar characteristics to those of opioids, but it is not an opiate drug. Ketamine belongs to a class of drugs called dissociative anesthetics. It has the anesthetic properties of opiates but also has strong dissociative, sometimes hallucinogenic effects. It is similar to PCP.
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