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General - Team

Psychological dependence

Can we mention 'probability' at ?

Malformed tags

  • I've found '</references>' in several pages (example), it should be ''


Subjective effects

Should the property `Effect::Ego inflation` be added to:

Not categorized



The Merck Manual Professional Edition reports that there is little evidence of significant hazard associated with inhalation of alkyl nitrites.[1]




There are reports of physical dependency after frequent, heavy kratom use. Individuals who use it regularly or in large doses may find it difficult to stop. Withdrawal symptoms include irritability, yawning, diarrhea, runny nose, and pain in the joints or muscles. -

Simple psilocybin mushroom growing technique

"Gartz (1989) determined that psilocin levels of flushes were naturally low (.1 %) from a sterilized mixture of cow dung and rice (2:1), but could be raised up to 3.3% with the addition of only 25 milligrams of tryptamine into 10 grams of substrate. Furthermore, his study showed that at least 22% of psilocybin was derived from the introduced radioactively tagged tryptamine."[2]


Add Effect::Compulsive redosing to Desoxypipradrol ?


"2C-P is known to have a steep dose-response curve, with a very small margin separating a manageable dose and an overdose." -

"There was one report of an experience in which a single dosage of 16 mg was clearly an overdose, with the entire experiment labeled a physical disaster, not to be repeated. A consistent observation is that there may not be too much latitude in dosage between that which would be modest, or adequate, and that which would be excessive. The need for individual titration would be most important with this compound." - PiHKAL,



Talk:Bufotoxins: "Taken orally, 5-MeO-DMT is actually inactive, and so licking a toad will expose you only to the highly dangerous cardiotoxic chemicals on its skin that are orally active. In fact, the only way to avoid the toxicity is to dry the venom and smoke it." -


I think Ecstacy should have it's own page. -

Suggested cites to MDMA#Long-term_health_concerns

“Now I would advise anyone who wants to use MDMA not to take it more than 4 times a year if you want to continue to get the best effects from it, otherwise you risk losing its effects entirely and permanently.” - Ann Shulgin

"Arguably, it is best to take MDMA infrequently and reverently or not at all." - Alexander Shulgin

"Keeping use to less than once every 4-6 weeks can help reduce both tolerance and chances of long-term negative impact." -




CBD does not appear to have any intoxicating effects such as those caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in marijuana, but may have a downregulating impact on disordered thinking and anxiety.[3] CBD does not appear to have any psychoactive ("high") effects such as those caused by ∆9-THC in marijuana, but may have anti-anxiety and anti-psychotic effects.[3] As the legal landscape and understanding about the differences in medical cannabinoids unfolds, it will be increasingly important to distinguish "medical marijuana" (with noted varying degrees of psychotropic effects and deficits in executive function) – from "medical CBD".[3]



Add to under "Reagent testing kits" [proof-read]

Test results for all drugs & substances -

File:Packet of 4BDF powder.jpg
4BDF powder. The pink color is most likely due to an impurity. The color of pure BDF is usually white to off-white, similar to most recreational drugs, so there is no way to distinguish between them by eye.[citation needed]

Most pure chemicals are white to off-white so there is no way to distinguish between them by eye. Discoloration is often due to an impurity. The chemicals can still be contaminated with other white chemicals though.

Minor issues

Experience index

Discussed 2017-12-29. Do not discuss this before 2018-06-01

Can I replace the manually added entries in (and all other templates used in with  {{#ask: [[Category:1P-LSD]][[Category:Experience]]|format=ul|Columns=1}} {{#ask: [[Category:AL-LAD]][[Category:Experience]]|format=ul|Columns=1}} and so on. AL-LAD is incomplete for the moment.

Even if this should not be done because you cannot rely and should not rely on categories for experience reports, why would a reporter want to be visible on a substance page but not on the index page?

Operator - Kenan

Main page

Replace text

Special:ReplaceText reads: "Please consult a system operator to do a text replacement without polluting the change log."

Can you please use to standardize all pages on the site to follow the link standard at



Isomer Design:

Site content - Clarity

Chemistry - BronzeManul

Base structures

Psychoactive substance index

Natural occurring sources

@BronzeManul: So here's the new table that I need your help to fill:

Chemical Natural source Base structure Substance effect class
Aporphine Nymphaea sp. Depressant
  • Nymphaea caerulea
  • Nelumbo nucifera
Caleicines and caleochromenes Calea ternifolia Calea ternifolia
L-theanine Calea ternifolia
Erythravine Erythrina mulungu
Yohimbine Pausinystalia johimbe
Yuremamine Mimosa tenuiflora
Convolutamine A Amathia convoluta
Capsaicin and capsicum Chilli Deliriant
Triterpenoid saponins Silene undulata Oneirogen
Grayanotoxins Labrador tea Deliriant
Ledol Labrador tea Deliriant
Atropine, Hyoscyamine, Scopolamine Atropa belladonna, Hyoscyamus niger, Datura stramonium, Brugmansia suaveolens Tropane alkaloids include cocaine Deliriant
Poneratoxin Paraponera clavata (Bullet ant) Deliriant
Muscimol Amanita muscaria, Amanita pantherina Depressant
Myristicin Anethum graveolens (Dill) etc Non-psychoactive precursor
Safrole Sassafras albidum (Sassafras) etc Non-psychoactive precursor

I'll categorize the substances (once filled in the table) in:

The next thing I'm going to do is to categorize artificial chemicals under Other in:


Essential amphetamines

@BronzeManul: There are 12 substances in PiHKAL#Essential_amphetamines (see below list) but Shulgin mention 10. We could mention the other two in a separate list after Shulgin's Ten Essential Amphetamines list. Can you please have a look a this later? I think we should include the disclaimer ""One must remember that the term "essential" has nothing to do with the meaning of needed..." that I mention below. --David Hedlund (talk) 10:55, 7 January 2018 (CET)

The Ten Essential Amphetamines are what Shulgin describes as ten amphetamines that differ from natural products such as safrole or myristicin by an amine group. "One must remember that the term "essential" has nothing to do with the meaning of needed, or required. The word's origin is essence, something with an odor or smell. Thus, the essential oils are those oils that have a fragrance, and the Essential Amphetamines are those compounds that can, in principle, be made from them by the addition of ammonia in the body."[4]

The Ten Essential Amphetamines are:

  1. The 4-methoxy pattern.
  2. The 3,4-dimethoxy pattern.
  3. The 3,4-methylenedioxy pattern.
  4. The 3-methoxy-4,5-methylenedioxy pattern.
  5. The 2-methoxy-3,4-methylenedioxy pattern.
  6. The 3,4,5-trimethoxy pattern.
  7. The 2,4,5-trimethoxy pattern.
  8. The 2,5-dimethoxy-3,4-methylenedioxy pattern.
  9. The 2,3-dimethoxy-4,5-methylenedioxy pattern.
  10. The tetramethoxy pattern.

Botanical and mycological - White

Conservation status

Should we include IUCN Red List our botanical templates like Wikipedia?

Example of cactus:


@White: Some of the items listed in Category:Botany don't follow our standard: @White: Can we discuss this now? I'm in the channel.

"(botany)" should be replaced with "(genus)", right?:

Finally. Deliriant plant‎ is a duplication of Solanaceae (family)‎.

Please keep in mind that all links in the "What links here" page for each article has to updated. --David Hedlund (talk) 21:27, 7 January 2018 (CET)

Salvia (genus)

Start Salvia (genus): <ref>{{cite journal|last1=Hatipoglu|first1=SD|last2=Yalcinkaya|first2=B|last3=Akgoz|first3=M|last4=Ozturk|first4=T|last5=Goren|first5=AC|last6=Topcu|first6=G|title=Screening of Hallucinogenic Compounds and Genomic Characterisation of 40 Anatolian Salvia Species.|journal=Phytochemical analysis : PCA|date=November 2017|volume=28|issue=6|pages=541-549|doi=10.1002/pca.2703|pmid=28722248}}</ref>

Subjective effect index (SEI) - Josikins

"Do not edit any article in the subjective effect index."

Josikins is in charge of Subjective effect index (SEI)

My issues:

Positive effects

Altered states of consciousness

Side effects

@Josikins: Is this list something for you? --David Hedlund (talk) 05:58, 22 December 2017 (CET)

Some of the side effects only form after habitual use.

Top side effects

Other notable side effects



Common pharmaceuticals:

David Hedlund

UserWiki pages

DL-choline bitartrate

Ogg files's_DiPT_speach.ogg doesn't work because doesn't exist any longer for unknown reason. Are .ogg files not permitted?

Site standardization

  • Should psychoactive substance pages always carry this even if they are without references?:

{{references}} will show a book saying: "Question book-new.svg This article does not cite enough references. You can help by adding some."

The template is used on Nicotiana_(botany) but not on Talk:Psilocybe_hispanica_(mycology). I want to standardize the pages.


Wikipedia links

Can I place these links at the Network page under appropriate sections?:

Dance page

Start a Dance page later. Dance are used in shamanic rituals. I also want to point out that Melbourne Shuffle on the peak experience while on psychedelic stimulants like 2C-B can produce some absolutely spectacular experiences.

See also

  • "Volatile Nitrites - Special Subjects - Merck Manuals Professional Edition". Merck Manuals Professional Edition. 
  • Stamets, Paul (1996). The field guide to psilocybin mushrooms of the world (1st print., 1996. ed.). Berkeley, Calif.: Ten Speed Press. ISBN 978-0898158397. 
  • 3.0 3.1 3.2 Iseger TA, Bossong MG (2015). "A systematic review of the antipsychotic properties of cannabidiol in humans". Schizophr. Res. 162 (1–3): 153–61. doi:10.1016/j.schres.2015.01.033. PMID 25667194. 
  • "Read #157 TMA | PiHKAL · info". (in English).