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A dissociative anesthetic used to treat depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Clinical trials demonstrated that 55% of patients who received Ketamine treatment experienced a sustained improvement in depressive symptoms.


  • Dissociate anesthetic used to treat mental health conditions

    Taken as a tablet once every three days

    55% of patients experience improvements in depressive symptoms

  • Always take Ketamine as directed by your health care provider. Generally, Ketamine is administered sublingually once every three days.

  • Prescription medications require an online visit with a licensed provider who will determine if the prescription is appropriate.


    The most common side effects of Ketamine include confusion, drowsiness, and acute blood pressure spikes. Rare, but serious side effects include hallucinations, high blood pressure, and difficulty breathing. Contact your provider immediately if you experience any negative side effects from a medication.

Compounded medications may be prescribed based on personal weight loss needs. While federal law allows the prescription of compounded drugs, they are not FDA-approved and do not undergo safety, effectiveness, or manufacturing review. Please see additional safety information for more information.

Regulates Mood

Ketamine blocks the activity of NMDA receptors, a receptor in then rain that's involved in the regulation of mood, cognition, and pain perception.

Encourages Neural Activity

Ketamine's metabolites encourage neural activity, or growth, allowing neurons in the brain to better function and likely creating neuroplasticity. 

Promotes Dissociation

Ketamine is a dissociate anesthetic, causing a feeling of detachment both from physical pain and intense, negative emotions.

Frequency asked questions about Ketamine

  • Ketamine treatment with Renovō costs $229 per month and includes your telehealth visit and compounded ketamine RDTs or Troches.

  • No, unlike many providers, Renovō understands that patients may require an increased dose of medication to experience progress. Regardless of your prescribed Ketamine dose, our fee remains the same. 

  • At-home ketamine treatment is not generally covered by health insurance plan.

  • Results and timelines vary from person to person, however most patients report feeling positive changes as soon as after their first Ketamine treatment.

  • Initially, your provider will schedule a follow-up every month. Once a patients dose and treatments are stabilized, the provider can extend follow-up visits as permitted by DEA guidelines for a schedule III controlled medications. Renovō providers decided independently the frequency of follow-up with each patient individually. 

  • Yes, Ketamine is only available if prescribed by a licensed healthcare professional. Your Renovō care team will determine whether this medication is appropriate for you.

  • Each patient's response to Ketamine treatment will vary, and therefore there isn't a clear timeline for overall treatment plans. However, like most other psychiatric medications, the goal is to achieve long-term progress using the lowest dose possible for the shortest amount of time.

  • Yes, the compliance processes regulating compounding pharmacies is extremely rigorous. Renovō regularly takes tours of its partner pharmacies and reviews the sterility and quality test results of every batch of compounded medication. 

  • You'll begin by answering questions about your health history and scheduling an appointment with one of our licensed providers. 

We work only with FDA-inspected, state-regulated compounding pharmacies that exceed regulatory board standards for quality and safety to fulfill our prescriptions for compounded medications.*

Renovō's commitment to quality and safety

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

Sterility Testing

Potency Testing

pH Testing

Endotoxicity Testing

*Additional quality and safety information can be provided by the pharmacy fulfilling your prescription.

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