excluding mirtazapine as being paychedelic would exclude efavirenz too as it's also believed to be psychedelic and deliriant. and 2C-B which i believe in just one study also being a 5-HT2BR antagonits (tho being a true psychedelic tho)
There are other overlaps like phenibut and baclofen which are both gabaergics and VDCC. Having some comcounds listed twice isn't that big of a problem.
As for sigmaergics i totally agree, i just transferred the list to a page inatead (and in the meanwhile just added a "sigmaergic" panel title with no (possible a select few?) examles. I wouldn't know where else to put it.
Sorry for the circumstances i hope we could clear this up with a compromise or good examplanation.
With best regards^^
Thanks for correcting me on various edits I've made on List/Substances.
But would you be open to the idea of making sigmaergics a group that is collapsed by default? It does kinda have a reason to be included in List/Subatances since it's just a list of drugs that bind to sigma receptors. Just like we have Gaba-a-alpha1 agonists, Gabapentinoids, opioids, etc.
Otherwise, my second idea is that we just move the list to a page titled sigmaergics or something.
Also, mirtazapine could be considered a psychedelic since it has deliriant AND psychedelic effects, at least a few that real psychedelic produce (geometry, color changes...)
With best regards