For your editorial attention to chemical substance. Please note that there is attention at that article, with a couple of apparent programmers reverting the article to a much earlier sage, because they do not like the complexity—where the whole point of recent edits (as a chemist) was to be accurate, with regard to a broadly used but complex term. Keep an eye, if you will. When I am back to work I also will check in. Le Prof 18.104.22.168 (talk) 00:48, 24 August 2015 (UTC)
@Plantsurfer: You spelled Aluminum wrong, which is why I corrected the spelling. Aluminum is the correct spelling according to my spell checker, as you can see from the attached screen shot, that it is underlined as being incorrectly spelled. I would appreciate that you change it back to the proper spelling please, and thank you.
Thanks for the PDF. I am fairly unqualified to read it properly, in a professional sense, but it seems to say just what you said it did. Happily, users No such user and Sminthopsis84 have brought the Citrus micrantha article out of its shadowy half-life existence and into the light where it might actually grow. Best wishes Hamamelis (talk) 11:38, 2 September 2015 (UTC)
A kitten for you!
You reverted my edits so that now the Capsaicin entry under the Research section says this:
"It is also used to reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy such as post-herpetic neuralgia caused by shingles.=== Although capsaicin creams have been used to treat psoriasis for reduction of itching,"
Can you explain what the "===" means and why you think it should be in the article?