Using ketamine is not without risks. For example, you can end up in a K-hole, which can be very unpleasant and dangerous. To reduce the risks, Rens Polman tells you in this video the do’s and don’ts.
Are you about to use ketamine? Keep the following things in mind:
- Don’t eat for at least 3 hours before using ketamine, to prevent nausea.
- Possible effects are disorientation and reduced motor skills. So make sure you can sit or lay down when you use ketamine.
- Keep in mind that the after-effects can last for 2-3 hours.
- In case of a (too) high dose, you can end up in a K-hole. We strongly advice against.
The dose depends on the desired effect. If you sniff ketamine, a dose to start with is between 20mg-50mg. First time? Start with 20mg and wait for at least 15/20 minutes to see what kind of effect is has.
- K-hole (from about 100mg)
- Ketamine anesthetized; so you can injure yourself without noticing.
- Nausea and puking.
- Disorientation and reduced motor skills.
- Heavy regular use can lead to problems with your kidney and bladder.
- Heavy regular use can lead to addiction.
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Bastiaan Rosman: https://www.instagram.com/bashiaanrosman
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