In Part One I presented the history and value of ketamine, and in this article, I share my personal experience with it.

So, what attracted me to start experimenting with a psychedelic substance at the age of 72? Words like expansion of consciousness, neuroplasticity, Alzheimer’s, dementia, reorganization of synaptic connections in the brain—these terms became of interest at this age. And I don’t have time to wait for double blind, peer-reviewed studies that have to be approved by politicians before they are allowed to reach the marketplace. Fortunately, ketamine is one of the few psychedelics that has shown so much positive value with so little risk—and the infusions still can be controlled by the medical industry—that it is growing quickly in popularity.

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