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2-FDCK / 2F-Ketamine | What exactly is this?

2-FDCK / 2F-Ketamine, the most popular Research Chemical


2-FDCK is the replacement Research Chemical of Ketamine. Ketamine is used in (animal) medicine as an anesthetic. In the party scene, we come across it a lot as a recreational drug used for its narcotic, tripping effects. Ketamine is a dissociative drug, where it feels like the body and mind are functioning separately. It is snorted in powder form, and is also occasionally used in liquid and pill form.
Use of Ketamine intensifies feelings. Someone who is very cheerful will feel this increase tremendously.

2F-Ketamine / 2-FDCK, an alternative to Ketamine

2F-Ketamine or also known as 2-FDCK entered the market as a Research Chemical in 2016. It also occurs under the name 2-Fluorodeschloroketamine, but this is where many will break their tongues. As the name suggests, it is a drug developed as an alternative to Ketamine, and the experiences of users are very similar.

The effect of 2F-Ketamine / 2-FDCK

As mentioned, 2F-Ketamine is a dissociative drug. This is also very characteristic of nitrous oxide and Ketamine. The sense of body, mind, time and space can be greatly disturbed by use. 2F-Ketamine is used for its hallucinatory effects. It takes users into another dimension. Some researchers name that they no longer feel where their arms and legs are. Despite researchers specifically looking for this feeling, it can also carry a danger. One should be extremely careful during studies involving Research Chemicals.

2-FDCK/2F Ketamine is similar to Ketamine, but the effect is longer. In addition, it also takes longer for the first effects of the drug to be felt.
The suspicion is that 2F-Ketamine is stronger than Ketamine. Researchers who conduct their research with this product generally take less of the drug to experience the same effect.
2F-Ketamine can be snorted in powder form, as well as swallowed in liquid and pill form. Ketamine is mainly snorted, as swallowing does not seem to offer the desired effect.

2-FDCK / 2F-Ketamine – risks and addiction

As is the case with many Research Chemicals, not much is yet known about the risks of (long-term) use of 2F-Ketamine. However, it is suspected after several experiences by researchers that it is not conducive to the bladder and kidneys. After taking excessive doses of 2F-Ketamine, dissociation can occur to a very strong degree that it is considered very frightening. After examining the effects of 2F-Ketamine on mice, the drug was found to be about as addictive as Ketamine.

Tips for safe examination of 2F-Ketamine / 2F-FDCK

If you don’t want to take a risk with your research, make sure you take the right measures and have the right knowledge. Not enough knowledge, but still want to start an investigation, you can reduce the risk with the following measures:

1) Use 2F-Ketamine only when you are comfortable in your own skin.
2) Start your experiment in a safe environment, with as few stimuli as possible (bright lights, loud music, lots of people, etc.).
3) Losing coordination makes it easy to fall. Research while going out is therefore not recommended.
4) Provide a trip sitter.
5) Label your pouch so that it cannot be mistaken for another product.
6) Do not experiment too soon after meals to avoid nausea.
7) Use tools that are as hygienic as possible.
8) Conduct the study with a small dose.
9) Wait at least an hour before taking another dose.

Additional tips

When the trip becomes too challenging, remain calm and composed. Try to reassure yourself with the thought that a Ketamine trip usually does not last that long. After an hour, the effects will begin to wane. Focusing on a time can help with this.
After the examination, drink plenty of water (but not extremely) to properly flush the bladder.