In comparison to ketamine, the drug is seen to be more potent, and therefore the dosage needed is much lower. Methoxetamine can be induced in a number of different ways such as sniffing, oral consumption, rectally and injected. The recommended way to administer the drug is by sniffing or ‘bombing’ it orally. Do not inject as there is a far greater risk of overdose as well as the risk of blood-borne-viruses.
As the drug is much more potent than ketamine it is advised that one takes a test dose of just a few milligrams first; wait two hours to see if there are any negative effects and then re-dose (small quantities) if it is desired. There is very little research done on how much a person should take, due to this still being a research chemical.