"3-Fluorophenmetrazine (also called 3F-Phenmetrazine, 3-FPM or PAL-593) is a short-lived stimulant"
'short-lived' -- why?
I find it very short lived, only lasting 1 to 2 hours, all ROAs, but with metabolite maintaining stimulation for many hours later. This is perhaps why people keep redosing to feed the initial euphoria. I do think the time frame needs to be change on how long this lasts.
Also, I somewhat question the dosages too. It seems that around 60mg or around, is where you really start to feel things go well. Anything else feels "light". With that said, 50-70mg, the "strong range", certainly is not "strong". I believe the range for that should be between 90-120mg+ Just my sentiments.
- @Acceptable67: Your comments have been taken into account. On the whole I agree with the points about duration and dosages, but will have to do some more research before changing them (the doses will be made higher and the duration will be made a bit lower -- not by too much though as we do include residual stimulation as part of it). Thanks for your feedback. Clarity (talk) 17:55, 18 August 2017 (CEST)
For the oral threshold dose, instead of say, 10-15 mg, it says 15 mg mg. Not sure how to fix it.
- @Summer: Hi Summer, I've gone ahead and corrected it for you. Please note that the threshold is only one value and how the dose units should be configured. Thanks :) -- Clarity (talk) 18:17, 20 September 2017 (CEST)
Another minor typo.
Created an account but wasn't able to find the code for the righthand dose box. Right now the oral section's "After effects" shows as "30 - 90 mg", which I assume should be minutes. :) - The the (talk) 00:59, 19 November 2017 (CET)
- @The the: You are absolutely right. Thank you for pointing this out! I've gone ahead and made the necessary correction :) Cheers! -- Clarity (talk) 02:10, 19 November 2017 (CET)
- Reading it originally, it was just proof that I wasn't THAT inebriated. ;) - Valentinez Alkalinella Xifax Sicidabohertz Gumbigobilla Blue Stradivari Talentrent Pierre Andry Charton-Haymoss Ivanovici Baldeus George Doitzel Kaiser III 02:46, 19 November 2017 (CET)
Should the duration of insuffulation be adjusted to be similar to oral? or a foot note, as eventually or usually it drips into an oral dose and can or will leave effects as long as oral doses. It's a pretty light substance and drips easily.