Ok. I’m sure it’s been a ‘magic’ drug for those people who’ve used Ketamine AKA ‘special K,’ the horse tranquilizer turned recreational drug, at the comfort of their own drug den. But, Ketamine is still a medical drug, and a drug is something that should treat some sort of a medical symptom, right? According to the research published in the newest issue of Science, it suggests that ketamine could be reformulated as an anti-depressant that takes effect in hours rather than the usual weeks and months of most available medication. The lead researcher of the study said, “it’s like a magic drug.”
Ketamine does need to be given intravenously, and one shot will last for about a week.
Here’s the story on Medical News Today.