Kat is a stimulant. It is an amphetamine and has similar effects to Cocaine and Tik. Kat comes in two forms – the original (Cathinone) and artificial form (Methcathinone).
Jeff, Bathtub Speed, Wannabe-Speed, Kitty, Meth’s Cat, Meth’s Kitten.
White powder, Whitish rock crystal.
Kat is taken into the body by snorting or inhaling. It is water-soluble, and can be taken orally when mixed with a liquid, and can also be injected into the veins.
Narrowed blood vessels; enlarged pupils; increased body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure; headache; abdominal pain and nausea; euphoria; increased energy, alertness; insomnia; restlessness; anxiety; erratic and violent behaviour; panic attacks; paranoia; psychosis; heart rhythm problems; heart attack; stroke; seizure; coma. Loss of sense of smell; nosebleeds, nasal damage and trouble swallowing due to snorting; infection and death of bowel tissue from decreased blood flow; poor nutrition and weight loss from decreased appetite. Withdrawal symptoms include depression, tiredness, increased appetite, insomnia, vivid unpleasant dreams, slowed thinking and movement and restlessness.