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How Ketamine Works in Your Brain

Special K’s detaching and disconnective effects

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Ketamine is probably best known as an illicit party drug, but its history is far more rich and varied than just a new-ish cocaine-alternative.




Psychology, philosophy, science and where they intersect.

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