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Wonk (Ketamine)

Wonk (Ketamine)

Wonk (Ketamine)

“Wonk” is a slang term that is sometimes used to refer to ketamine, a dissociative anaesthetic drug. Ketamine is known for its ability to induce a trance-like state and dissociation from one’s surroundings.

Ketamine is primarily used in medical settings as an anaesthetic, but it can also be used recreationally for its hallucinogenic and dissociative effects. When taken recreationally, ketamine can produce a sense of detachment from reality, alterations in perception, and a feeling of being disconnected from one’s body (referred to as the “K-hole”).

It’s important to note that ketamine is a potent drug and its recreational use carries risks. Common side effects of ketamine use can include confusion, disorientation, hallucinations, impaired coordination, and nausea. High doses or repeated use of ketamine can lead to more severe effects such as delirium, psychosis, and potentially harmful dissociative experiences.

Furthermore, ketamine should only be used under medical supervision for its approved medical purposes. The recreational use of ketamine is illegal in many countries and can result in legal consequences.

If you have any concerns or questions about ketamine or drug use in general, I strongly advise seeking advice from a healthcare professional or a substance abuse specialist who can provide accurate information, guidance, and support based on your specific circumstances.

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