Amyl nitrate and butyl nitrate are powerful drugs that can give you
an almighty burst of dizzy energy for a couple of minutes.
Poppers are all about nitrates, that's what does the trick. But before you
pop, you take your pick. Amyl nitrate, butyl nitrate, isobutyl nitrate. They
are all in the alkyl nitrate family of compounds. All the alkyl nitrates
act on the body in nearly identical fashion, but isobutyl nitrate is the
most potent of them all. Amyl nitrate is sometimes thought to be more potent,
but it is actually less potent. It was chosen over isobutyl nitrite to treat
heart ailments simply because it's cheaper to manufacture.
Amyl nitrate was discovered in 1857, and it used to be used for the treatment
of angina. It was packed in thin glass vials, which were crushed to release
the volatile nitrate. Common street names include amyl nitrate, amyl poppers,
poppers, Rush, snappers or liquid gold.
Amyl nitrate usually comes in small, mesh-covered ampules that are popped
or snapped to release the vapors. Butyl nitrate is sold in small bottles
in "head shops" or in special stores advertised as a room odorizer
or liquid incense. Nitrates are especially used in the gay population as
a muscle relaxant and a vasodilating agent to enhance orgasm; the perception
of time is also altered.
In the UK, butyl nitrate is used more than amyl nitrate.
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Checkout Jake's great site for info about Rush and other nitrate poppers
We also like Jungle Monster's information about Jungle Juice (the original amyl one).