Sorry to bump an old thread, however Swim
had a question and remembered this thread.
The last time Swim used ketamine
, he poured his crystals onto a glass table, placed a note over the pile and rubbed the edge of his credit card over it several times. The result was very fine powder-like ketamine (obviously, he had crushed the crystals). He insufflated the powder.
His question is, was this a good idea? When Swim remembers Chemistry lessons at school, the bigger the surface area, the better the reaction. Does the same logic apply to this situation? Would crushing it up into a fine powder benefit Swim in regards to the onset and intensity of the effects? Swim's logic is that the finer/smaller the particles, the easier and quicker they are to get absorbed into Swim's nasal tissue. What Swim felt from this particular experience was almost disappointing. He still K-holed, but the effects didn't seem as intense as they have been before (when Swim hasn't crushed the hell out of his crystals). Perhaps Swim has just built up a tolerance and this is the only thing making him think the ketamine didn't do as expected.
Swim does not doubt for one second that his ketamine was "bad" ketamine (Swim is lucky he can always score really top notch ketamine). What are Swiy's experiences with crushing crystals into a fine powder? Is it worth it? Does it change anything? In future, should Swiy just break up the larger crystals and leave the rest?