Ah, yes: what could possibly be better than shooting ourselves up with horse tranquilizers, moonlighting as narcotics?
Ketamine 'acts like magic' to lift depression, study says
And not that I'm skeptical, or anything, but how does anybody know that neuroconnections are made/restored by this drug? There are billions of neuroconnections on a piece of grey matter the size of a pinhead. Do we have microscopes that powerful, now? And are we able to see inside a person's head while they're still alive, in order to watch this process taking place?
Word up: randomly creating connections in a scattergun approach is a recipe for disaster. There is no fucking magic, and one cannot create a facsimile of something that doesn't exist. Small wonder, then, that it appears that this is nothing other than a suppression device, with relief of depressive symptoms lasting a week.