Interview With a Ketamine Chemist

7 02 2011

Fascinating interview conducted by Hamilton Morris of Vice Magazine of a clandestine synthetic chemist specializing in arylcyclohexylamines (ketamine analogues).

With the 3-methoxys there is such incredible laughter and boundless sexual energy. […] I laughed until I had tears rolling down to my thighs!  The arylcyclohexylamines have a tremendous therapeutic potential, but they have a great abuse potential as well.

One methoxetamine user reported a dissociative-identity-disorder-esque psychotic episode. He impulsively fondled a stranger’s breasts, as if controlled by an external force. A nearly identical breast-fondling automatism was reported by John Lilly under the influence of ketamine. Perhaps the suppression of a breast-honking impulse is mediated by the NMDA receptor.
There’s a scientific study for you! We still have much to learn about the human brain.

Read the rest at Vice Magazine: INTERVIEW WITH A KETAMINE CHEMIST – Or to Be More Precise, an Arylcyclohexylamine Chemist – Vice Magazine

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