Theobromine is also a psychoactive compound and widely used in all parts of the world.

Is there any special reason why theobromine is not included?


After listing types of drugs and then methods of administration, some of the information is sort of re-cross-referenced by listing If anyone can tell me what this actually means, I will withdraw my objection.

I wish that material from the European Union's scientific re-evaluation of the relative lethality of substances could be included. "In 2009 it was estimated that about 3% to 6% of people aged 15 to 65 had used illegal drugs at least once (149 to 270 million)." versus "In 2012, the study Data Available on the Extent of Cocaine Use and Dependence: Biochemistry, Pharmacologic Effects and Global Burden of Disease of Cocaine Abusers indicated that 3–6 per cent of people aged 15-to-65 (149–270 million persons) had used illegal drugs on at least one occasion." The years the data is from is more important than when the study is published.

Methamphetamine can be smoked, and the amphetamines are derived from the ephedra plant.

I've never heard of anyone smoking ephedra, so maybe that was what "not necessarily" meant.

- Ingvar Åberge This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Psychology, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Psychology on Wikipedia.

If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.The problem here is that if you try the link, inhalation, which I have faithfully checked as the previous editor did not, you are led to the WP page on the act of respiration by living organisms, and not the WP page intoxicative inhalant which is a much more comprehensive article which also makes the distinction between the huffing of solvent-based fumes and nitrous oxide.Although Nitrous can completely "put you out," which is why it is used as an anaesthetic in surgery, there is no lethal dose.Naming the prohibiting religions is not my intention, nor is assessing the imperiled state of the soul of any particular adherent, which I think we can agree is beyond the scope of an objective reference work.But if you think about it, the statement "Alcohol is prohibited, and therefore not consumed by muslims" is as misleading as, "methamphetamine is not consumed in the United States, because it is illegal." the logical conundrum (whether "not by all" or "not by some" is meant) could be solved by: I hate to make a joke here, about what the person was smoking when they wrote this, because that might be seen as ad hominem, and if it was the result of multiple edits, it might be more accurate to say that it was Wikipedia itself (herself? At first I thought it meant, "These substances can be smoked, and some of them come from plants, some of which also can be smoked, and some can't." I thought, that's confusing, but it could be cleared up.Following the list of drugs by, I suppose, descending order of popularity -- or perhaps degree of unfamiliarity by the non-drug-using, English-speaking public -- is a list by method of administration. all inhalants are inhaled, but I see inhalants listed in three places.