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The Little Book of Ketamine
Rating :
rating
Author(s) :
Kit Kelly
Pages :
96
Pub Date :
1999
Edition(s) at Erowid :
1999(pb,1st ed,fine)
Publisher :
Ronin Publishing Inc
ISBN :
0914171976
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"Ketamine is a very odd and intriguing entheogen, outpacing all others in sheer range of experience and utter strangeness. It unlocks powers so intense and improbable it is hard to believe such a substance could even exist."
James Kent, TRP

Ketamine, also called K, Special K, Ket, and Kit Kat, causes bizarre experiences unlike any other psychedelic drug. The Little Book of Ketamine describes the recreational and spiritual use of ketamine including:
  • What K is, how it is made, and how it is used
  • How K affects the brain
  • Hallucinations, near-death and out-of-body experiences
  • Spiritual enlightenment through K and afterlife experiences
  • Dosages, administration and safety precautions
  • Accounts of K-Trips by experienced users
  • How it feels to go to K-Land
  • Ketamine and the law
The Little Book of Ketamine reviews the history of ketamine from its discovery to its use in night clubs and raves, as well as describing extraordinary stories of ketamine's effects while being mindful of what is myth and what is reality.