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Ketamine use in australia
Ketamine has been rising in popularity in the past few years.
Although it isn’t commonly used as drugs like Alcohol or Cannabis, Cocaine, LSD, but recreationaly it is gradually increasing.
The amount of people who recently used ketamine have increased three times than it use to be between 2017 and 2019 – from 0.7% to 0.21% of the population of australia. Studies shows that people aged in their 20s are the group most likely to be using ketamine more than everyone else in australia.
During the COVID-19 pandemic (lockdowns) in the early 2020-21, ketamine use by regular users rose by 27%.
The cause of the upward trend isn’t clear, but some reasons could be:
greater availability and lower price compared to other drugs
changing preferences during stay-at-home lockdowns
self-medicating to treat anxiety or depression.
In many medical research and clinical practice fields, Australia “punches above its weight.” But does this apply to ketamine or psychedelics?
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has approved ketamine as an anesthetic agent in both humans and animals in Australia. It is a Schedule 8 (S8) controlled substance. This means that state laws treat possession and recreational use as criminal offenses and impose additional requirements for doctors who wish to prescribe it to patients.
WHAT IS KETAMINE
Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic drug used in human anesthesia and veterinary medicine. It produces a trance-like state also known as tripping just like LSD, DMT, MUSHROOMS, PCP.
Ketamine was first synthesised in the 1960s as part of an effort to find a safer alternative to the anaesthetic phencyclidine (PCP), and it is still widely used as an anaesthetic due to its safety profile and low toxicity. Doctors and vets use this drug because it produces analgesia (pain relief) and amnesia.