Ketamine is on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicines. It was first developed in the 1960s as an anesthetic during the Vietnam War. Over the past few decades, however, researchers have discovered its incredible ability to rapidly and effectively treat depression, PTSD, anxiety, OCD and certain types of chronic nerve pain.
Whereas most antidepressants require weeks or even months to have an effect, ketamine usually begins working within a matter of hours. Most patients experience significant relief after their first few treatments.
Ketamine can effectively treat a variety of mental health and chronic nerve pain disorders and has the scientific research to prove it. This is true even for those who have not responded to traditional treatments in the past.
Ketamine has an excellent safety profile when given by a trained medical professional. The dose given to treat mental health and chronic nerve pain conditions is significantly lower than that required during anesthesia.