e-prevention and risk reduction in festive environments. Know more, risk less


No matter why you came to this page, either you decided to buy ketamine or to use some of the products listed on our website, maybe it’s maybe it’s just curiosity to learn or you are worrying about one of your relatives, we will give you answers and leads about harm prevention in order to limit aggravating factors associated with ketamine use.

Special K, Kit Kat, K, Purple : it is a white cristalline powder used as an anesthetic for humans and veterinary use.

Under this form, ketamine is snorted, more rarely injected.


Ketamine has hallucinogenic effects. In small doses, you may feel disinhibition and body perception distortion in the first minutes: feeling of swaying and anesthesia but also loss of balance and sound distortion.

In strong doses, it causes mind-body dissociation which makes communication with others always impossible. Hallucinations (visual, auditory, tactile) are powerful and can feature disturbing or frightening awareness.


The anesthetic effect can prevent you from being aware of pain or a shock. Mixing with alcohol, heroin and certain medicine often leads to respiratory depressions. Cases of powerful anxiety and frenzy (“bad trip”) can occur and lead to confusional states, close to acute dementia sometimes causing lasting psychiatric damage.

Ketamine can also cause loss of memory and sense of time. The human body has a high “tolerance” to this product, so in case of repeated use, the risk associated with increasing doses largely exceeds the risks cited above.


... of the risk of respiratory depression in case of too strong a dose or if you take doses at short intervals. Too strong a dose can also cause loss of balance and brutal and dangerous falls. Whatever you do, don’t stay alone.

In partnership with
• In any case call or have somebody call 112 or 15 (in France)
• if the person is conscious :
- keep him/her awake by talking to her.
• if the person is uncounscious : undo his/her tight clothes, check if he/she’s breathing and put him/her in recovery position
• stay with him/her until emergency services arrive and inquire about the location of a defibrillator