If the algorithm has landed you on this article, you are presumably one of the two types of audience for this article.
Either you could be a medical professional that is interested in incorporating ketamine into their daily practice or you could be a patient that is interested in identifying the features that indicate that you are intoxicated with ketamine.
First, let’s talk about the full form of 2-fdck. The abbreviation of 2fdck Stands for 2Flurodeschloroketamine.
Although the name sounds hefty it is an analogue to ketamine where chlorine is substituted by fluorine. In this article, we will learn about the effects and possible side effects of ketamine and also how 2-fdck is different from regular Ketamine.
Conventional ketamine is a well-known hallucinogen, which falls under the category of dissociative anesthetic. 2-fdck, is not any different, except it elongates the effect of ketamine intoxication.
The drug is known to have a tranquilising effect.
Some of the effects and advantages are using 2-fdck are
- The drug is very cheap compared to other hallucinogenic and tranquilising drugs that are available on the market.
- 2fdck is known to be a very effective analgesic drug.
- When used in lower doses under monitored conditions, this drug has proven to be an effective painkiller.
- This drug is very accessible and does not require any skilled labour. It does not require an electric supply or oxygen supply to be administered to the patient.
- This drug, because of its availability and effectiveness, is estimated to be a very profitable drug in an emergency for poorer countries and in disaster management systems.
- This drug can be injected directly or put into the body of the patient through I V easily.
- This drug has also been used to control epileptic seizures under the supervision of certified medical practitioners. The method is unconventional and not recommended to be used without monitoring.
- Another unconventional and almost slightly risky use of this drug has been recorded to cure treatment-resistant depression in patients that have them.
Although ketamine has proven to be a wonderful drug that is a safer variety of drugs to achieve the tranquilising effects of them, it does have some side effects. The side effects include:
- Drowsiness: just like any Other tranquilising drug, 2fdck induces drowsiness in the patient.
- Dilated pupils, change in eyesight: this is one of the many effects of hallucinations and is very common in people that advocate intake of hallucinogens. This effect also wears off with the drug.
- Involuntary muscle movements: the patient does not have control over some muscles and they are inherently involuntary. However, intake of two fdck makes the patient lose control over their voluntary muscles.
- Loss of appetite: this symptom seems to manifest after the intoxication is Over. After the patient is free of the effects of ketamine intoxication, there seems to be a loss of appetite for a given time.