Buy Ketamine Online is somewhat like a racehorse among drugs. Its reaction in the body is fast, furious and long lasting. So are the immediate and long term side effects. It increases attention, wakefulness, and physical activity, and decreases appetite and fatigue. There is a brief intense sensation or rush, followed by a long-lasting high or euphoria. This first high is the most intense, with all others being “chasers” which never quite come close to expectations again.
Once the drug’s effect disappears (known as the “crash”), the user may experience symptoms such as fatigue, nightmares, insomnia, disorientation, confusion, increased appetite, severe depression and suicidal tendencies.
To avoid the unpleasant effects of crashing, some people will take more crystal meth. Paradoxically, the more one uses this drug, the harder one crashes. And of course use can lead to dependence and cravings lasting for life. That means even if you beat the habit of taking this chemical soup, you’ll always have psychological yearnings.
In the USA, 2.8 percent of young adults (ages 18-26) reported use of crystal methamphetamine in the past year. This is higher than the annual prevalence of crystal methamphetamine use by young adults (ages 19-28) of 1.4 percent reported by NIDA’s 2002 Monitoring the Future Survey.
In Canada, the prevalence among young users is somewhere around 2 percent. I personally believe overall use is somewhat higher, with much of it going unreported.
So what exactly is this stuff and why is the rush so intense?
Crystal meth is the most powerful form of speed available. It excites the brain and nervous system by releasing dopamine into the body. Many times it’s made in small and dirty labs and sold as an injectable or snortable powder and a smokeable crystal form called “ice.” And it’s cheap, which makes it extremely attractive to users.
However, unknown to the victims, dealers often cut crystal with harmful fillers such as antifreeze, drain cleaner, lantern fuel, Epsom salts or battery acid to come up with a 3:1 ratio of filler to drug.