PCP and Ketamine
PCP was first used in the 1950s as a general anesthetic in both humans and other
animals under the name Sernyl.
It left patients with a feeling of dissociation and
delirium, and was therefore discontinued in this field, and made illegal for humans.
this, it was only used on animals.
In the 1970’s, however, humans got a hold of PCP as not as a medical anesthetic,
but as a party drug.
This abuse of PCP started in San Francisco.
The drug rose in
popularity because it is very easy to make and not very expensive.
There are many ways
to use PCP: tablets, powder, liquid, on different leaves, rock.
PCP can be mixed with
cigarettes; this mixture can be called “supercool”, “hydro”, “dip”, “wet”, or “fry”.
names for PCP are: “Peace Pill”, “Angel Dust”, “T”, “ozone”, “rocket fuel”, “love boat”,
“hog”, “embalming fluid”, “superweed”, or “wack”.
Though there are many names and ways to use PCP, the effects remain the same.