Next is an interesting read on methoxetamine (or MXE, the popular RC); a letter sent to the Home Office of the UK recommending that MXE be permanently listed as a Class B drug under the UK's Misuse of Drugs Act. Below the letter itself the author describes pharmacology of the drug itself as well as some documented cases of methoxetamine-related toxicity, including cerebellar toxicity, hyper-arousal ("sympathomimetic toxicity"), and renal/urinary tract symptoms: Full Text Here
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Friday, February 22, 2013
Interesting Reading on Ketamine & Methoxetamine Related Toxicity
The first link describes the incidence of urinary tract symptoms and renal toxicity associated with chronic ketamine use: An Abstract/Summary