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Is Toradol (Ketorolac) similar to Ketamine?
Q: there's this non-narcotic pain reliever given IM/IV called Toradol (ketorolac) that a friend of mine dried out and snorted one evening...she is a big K freak and she said that the Toradol was "great", but I refused to touch the you know of any connection between ketamine and ketorolac? Or have you heard of anyone else experimenting with Toradol?

A: I had never heard of Toradol/ketorolac before reading your message, and after looking up the chemical formulas and structures of these two substances it appears to me that they are significantly different chemicals from each other. Ketorolac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, similar to aspirin. It is dis-similar to ketamine in both action and structure. The only thing particularly similar betweenthem appears to be the "ket" in their names.

We have not heard of anyone using ketorolac recreationally.



Asked By : Tori
Answered By : erowid
Published Date : 3 / 30 / 2000
Last Edited Date : 3 / 28 / 2001
Question ID : 147

Categories: [ Pharmaceuticals ]

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