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Can DXM Be Used for Opiate Withdrawal?

 As the opioid epidemic deepens across America, new and unconventional therapies are being examined as possible solutions. One such idea is using other drugs to help in the treatment of...

How Long Does PCP Stay in Your System?

How Is PCP Used? PCP (phencyclidine), often referred to as angel dust or fry, is a powerful dissociative hallucinogenic drug that was originated in the 1950s as an anesthetic and taken off the...

The Dangers of PCP

Phencyclidine (PCP) is a dissociative hallucinogenic drug, and these drugs produce significant perceptual changes in individuals who take them. These perceptual changes alter a person’s experience of reality to a point...

DXM Abuse: Recognize the Symptoms of Addiction

DXM (dextromethorphan) is a cough suppressant medication (antitussive) that has been on the market for many years. Originally released in the 1950s, it became highly abused and was removed from the...

What is Ketamine?

In 1962, professor Calvin L. Stevens of Wayne State University first synthesized a brand new chemical compound. The drug was ketamine, a new anesthetic that was fast, effective, and less habit-forming...

Understanding the Dangers of a Ketamine Overdose

As a dissociative anesthetic, ketamine has some legitimate medical uses. It is most often used in veterinary practice to prepare animals for surgery and other procedures. The drug is also...

Ketamine Abuse and Treatment Options

Ketamine, sometimes referred to as Ketalar, is a prescription drug that was released in 1970 for use as a surgical general anesthetic. Since then, ketamine has continued to be widely...

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