Citation: Flighty. "Too Much Too Soon: An Experience with Ketamine, Cocaine, Beer & LSD (exp56072)". Erowid.org. Mar 21, 2018. erowid.org/exp/56072
At a recent festival I had a semi-life changing experience. I started the morning off with taking about 4 hits of some acid, that was not laid exactly perfectly, let's just say that. Therefore, I'm not sure if I was or wasn't tripping, because after eating them I started snorting lines of really strong yellow cocaine, the 'good kind'. I did about 4 huge lines, that would equal probably about 3/4ths of a gram. I then proceeded to crack open a cold beer. I had not eaten yet, as it was only about 11 am. After all of this quick intake, I went with my friends to go hang out at a meeting place, with many other people. My friends had been trying to stop my use of Ketamine, which was getting slightly out of control. I did some more lines of cocaine with them, and drank a couple shots of southern comfort.
That's when I saw some of my friends who were not associated with my close family members and journeyed with them to do some ketamine. I knew my friends wouldn't be cool with it, so I blew a couple of smaller lines and in a catatonic state traveled back to find them. Of course, I did. They knew I was messed up on K and were not happy. I got angry because they were all really drunk. I began drinking more beers and found this nice looking boy who quickly offered up some ketamine for me, after explaining why I was all alone.
I did about 3 lines of K and that's when I lost all consciousness. I found myself being strapped to a medical board, with a friend beside me who I could barely recognize. I don't remember being in the hospital, I don't remember losing my shoes, hat, scarf, sweater, or purse. I do remember losing my mind however. I have been doing drugs for a long time, about 8 years. I am not just a binge drug user, I use everyday, some substance. I was so high when they brought me back that I could not even remember my name or what had happened. I know that Ketamine is a wonderful euphoric feeling when taken in smaller dosages. I also know that doing drugs is not for everyone. A lot of people do not think they can get caught up in this lifestyle, but it is really easy. I think about Ketamine everyday. It has been about 2 weeks since my last use. I cannot concentrate on anything but the wonderful feeling.
What I can say is that it is not a drug that I think people should experiment with. I love a lot of drugs still, but refuse to let myself fall back in with Ketamine, it takes up all of your time, and hurts your friends and family, I think - in my personal experience anyhow, is the most damaging drug I've been with. I'm scared, and I just want everyone else to be scared too. It can take a hold of me and leave me with nothing. It's not a joke. This one incident was only one of many, the most recent. I have been hospitalized before for just ketamine, and didn't stop then. It took seeing my best friends crying over me, begging me to stop to recognize this drug is bad.
[Reported Dose: "1/2 gram of Ketamine, 4 gel tab hits of acid, about 2 grams of cocaine, 10 beers"]
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