Sorry I have to take issue with you here - this is irresponsible nonsense. In the UK Ketamine abuse is widespread as it is so easy to get hold of and cheap. In the area I live in their are many many sad casualties of Ketamine abuse - especially amongst the very young and lots of girls affected. Many youngsters are having to have their bladders removed and bags permanently attached - I have met a few such cases - all under 25. A girl my son went to school with (he's 22) died last month - she was only taking Ketamine. http://drugabuse.com/library/the-effects-of-ketamine-use/ http://www.talktofrank.com/drug/ketamine http://www.talktofrank.com/drug/ketamine To be clear I am talking about abuse of Ketamine, not when it is used as a prescribed drug, however I have seen enough of the fall out from abuse that I would not go near it. . Some users have been known to take higher doses as a way to control the bladder pain caused by ketamine, which in turn increases the risk of bladder damage and pain. Abdominal pain or ‘K cramps’ have been reported by many long-term users. Evidence of liver damage due to regular, heavy ketamine use is emerging. The liver has a range of important functions, such as cleaning your blood and removing toxic substances.