What if I already have tried ketamine? Is this course right for me?
This course is designed with the beginner in mind. With that being said, there is a lot of information in the course that you may still benefit from. Also remember that we will create updates as new research becomes available.
Should I stop my current antidepressants (SSRI's)?
No. You should continue your current course of treatment. Never stop or alter medications without the advice of your medical professional. Some individuals benefit from taking SSRI's.
Is this course considered medical advice?
The information provided here is for educational purposes only and does not substitute for professional medical advice. Consult a medical professional or healthcare provider if you are seeking medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment. Do not change your course of treatment without consulting your medical provider.
Is there a difference between recreational ketamine and medical ketamine?
Yes. There are many differences, but the most important is if you get ketamine on the street, there is no way to know the quality of the drug or if it is mixed with other substances. If you get a prescribed dose of ketamine, it will come from a pharmacy where its quality is monitored and regulated by the DEA. You would have a medical professional monitoring you and your experience.
What kind of updates will we receive?
When new relevant research is released on ketamine the course will be updated. You will always have access to the new updates.
Will I have to retake the entire course when updates are released?
Not unless you want to. You will have the option to skip to the updated sections.
How long will it take to get the course?
It will take about 2-4 weeks to put the finishing touches on the course. If more time is needed, you will be notified via email.
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