This is for treatment resistant depression.
No, oral Ketamine is the probably the least effective way to take it. A nasal spray is the most effective way after an inter-venous infusion. Sublungal is next best and you learn to stand the taste. Often you need to use the sublungal with the nasal spray. With intramuscular injections you run the risk of getting too much in a vein and taking really big hit of Ketamine and run the same risk of the Ketamine getting absorbed in fat as you do in subcutaneous infusions and extending the time your under too long. If you can get a prescription for injectable Ketamine your doctor sure trusts you.
- Ketamine Information for Consumers
- Ketamine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ketamine (detailed)
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