Ketamine Spravato differs chemically from other ketamine preparations, a quick explanation of the chemical concept of chirality is warranted. If the ketamine molecule could somehow be tweaked chemically, however, a pharmaceutical company could patent it as a new drug, dress it up with a catchy brand name, and charge top dollar for it. That’s exactly what Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, has done with Spravato, their S-ketamine (esketamine) nasal spray.
But, Ketamine actually works better than the cheap, widely available generic ketamine thus making the prices we offer. We assure you that this product is highly effective compared to the generic ketamine which we still offer.