Hey, i noticed you listen to jam music, smoke dope, and do psychodelic drugs. You know anything about Tea Leaf Green? Yea the band. I know, i hate the name too, but there ok musicwise. I guess someone has to take the phish spot, am i right? am i right? LOLzoreos, anyways, if you do know about them or listenzoreos to there music, perhaps you would re-write the article? Thankszoreos, and get back to mezoreos.--Gephart 07:59, 9 December 2005 (UTC)
good work on that rewrite, that article has been a constantly changing mess for at least the year that i've been here. you might be interested in checking out the WikiProject on Psychedelics, Dissociatives and Deliriants, we can always use some med students! --He:ah? 22:59, 1 April 2006 (UTC)
- Thanks! I'll add myself to the project; I've been doing a lot of work on various drug pages anyway, so why not? It sounds like a good one. --Muugokszhiion 00:08, 2 April 2006 (UTC)
- You finished what I started almost a year ago. Good job! Although the page could be improved, I feel that the non-medical DXM article has never looked better. --Arm 22:29, 2 April 2006 (UTC)
I came across this site which contains more detailed descriptions of dextreomethorphans pharmacology. Just scroll down to dextromethorphan. I have a hard time understanding the technical detail of neurotransmitters. I was thinking since you are a med student, you could understand the information better and be more suited to add this to the dextromethorphan article. Or for the other drugs listed on that page. Don't forget to cite your sources! --Arm 23:08, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
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