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posted 84 days ago

hey, im the main writer of methcathinone page. when u mooved it something happened. it has been broken since. We cant see it at all

posted 162 days ago
avatar says "This page is in the process of being merged to the psychonaut media index page, please add books to the new page" so please only add books to

posted 163 days ago

I think something went wrong when trying to move Talk:Bupropion to Bupropion, neither directories contain any information about it anymore

posted 165 days ago

Please move Drafts instead of creating pages from scratch like you did with Also, don't copy/paste text from existing articles without attribution in the edit summary (

I just moved to and restored your contribution to the page. Thanks.

posted 175 days ago

I meant that the term "Sigmaergics" says almost nothing, does not provide practical information for the user. This group includes psychedelics, dissociatives, stimulants, depressants, and nootropics. From the names "opiods", "gabaergics" and "gabapentinoids" it can be concluded that substances from these groups are depressants, and "k-agonists" are dissociatives. "Sigmaergics", as a pharmacological group of drugs acting on the CNS, takes place, but not on the main page of psychoactive substances, which is made for a simplified search for substances based on effects, and not on pharmacological signs.

About mirtazapine. In my opinion, it is not very correct to attribute it to psychedelics only because several visual effects coincide with other psychedelics. In addition, it acts opposite to psychedelics, that is, it is a 5HT2AR antagonist. I believe that in order to determine the class of hallucinogens, the mechanism of action must also be taken into account, otherwise the boundaries are too blurred and the effects are subjective.

Happy new year bro)

posted 239 days ago

hey Natzki,

Yes, I am aware that we've had problems staying on top of the edits/approvals. I used to take care of most of them, but I've been extremely busy the last year. I should have a bit more time now though. The best way to get your edits approved in a quick manner is via our Telegram channel. I can invite you again if you'd like.

As for the substance boxes, they have to be under "Template:" for technical/API reasons. There's no way to change it.

posted 682 days ago

Okay, noted.

BTW I wanted to send you this link:

I quite like the format they use for the effect descriptions (notice the different variations in how they start the sentence) and think they provide a good example for writing subjective effect descriptions on PW pages. Feel free to take note of them and incorporate into your own writing. Would love to see

We're also thinking of implementing magnitude / frequency of effects like the Examine pages too, just FYI.

I also noticed improvements in the way you write about legal stuff, which I'm definitely happy with. Good edits overall, keep it up.

Cheers and stay safe

posted 711 days ago

My suspicion is that your batch is low purity or maybe another substance. Has it been tested? For me, 2-FA was most comparable to d-amphetamine. Compared to racemic amphetamine, D-amphetamine has stronger central effects (i.e. less peripheral stimulation) and as a result feels a bit subtler. However, it was definitely stronger than methylphenidate.


posted 775 days ago

Hey Natzki,

With respect to your recent 2-FA page edit: is it really fair to compare it to caffeine? I find that comparison quite doubtful -- it is after all an amphetamine. And in my personal experience, it is much stronger than caffeine. Perhaps a better comparison would be to methylphenidate.

posted 1000 days ago

I'd be interested to read a report or notes on your experiences with it!

Also, I am actually getting ready to conduct lab experiments with DiPT and its analogs, to test their auditory properties on mice. There is definitely a lot to learn from these compounds. So any and all documented human reports are valuable.