coriricidan is very very dangerous to use. They also contain Chlorpheniramine
Maleate which can be fatal if used in high enough doses, and for some people this may be as low as 8 corries. Now back to the topic RC's in the tryptamine and phenethylamine groups are not dissociative classes of drugs
on the other hand is a dissociative drug
much like ketamine
. MK-801 is also a dissociative drug like ketamine.The thing is with MK-801 is that you need to know what isomer you have. the (-)mk-801 isomer is about twice as strong as PCP
, so a standard dose would be about 5mg, (+)mk-801 is .5mg as it is twenty times as strong as PCP.