Poppers is the term for the group of chemicals known as alkyl nitrates that
include amyl nitrate, butyl nitrate and isobutyl nitrate. Poppers come as a
clear or straw-coloured liquid in a small bottle or tube. The vapour is inhaled
through the mouth or nose.
Amyl, butyl, hardware, liquid gold, locker room, poppers, ram, rock hard,
rush, snapper, stag, stud, thrust, TNT Amyl, butyl and isobutyl nitrate (collectively
known as alkyl nitrates) are clear, yellow liquids which are inhaled for
their intoxicating effects.
The term "poppers" came from the small glass capsules in which the liquids
were first available. These made a popping noise when broken open to release
the contents. Poppers for recreational use now come in little bottles with
screw or plug tops.
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.
Poppers can make mediocre sex good, and good sex spectacular. Instead of
being "me having sex," I become sex itself, and the experience can
If you're snorting poppers while having sex, there's
a chance that the heady, sex-beast rush may make you lead you to risky sex
- so slap on a condom before you break out the amyl.
Poppers can give you the ultimate orgasm. Shooting off to the stars for a serene moment or two. In one beautiful word: vasodilation. In approximately two to three minute durations.
One is the loneliest number that you'll ever know? Not with poppers! You
and poppers, and some great porn, are the perfect combination for the safest
sex possible! You'll get some of the best orgasms ever with a good video
or magazine and a bottle of Rush in your
As far as sex is concerned, poppers usage can be divided into two areas: foreplay and penetration-orgasm. In foreplay, the nitrites have a disinhibiting effect, enabling the user to experience total skin-surface sensuality. Poppers are reported by many women to be useful for a chief female sexual dysfunction -- distraction -- in which peripheral thoughts of unfinished business, child care and day-to-day domestic annoyances block the abandonment to sensation, vital for a full sexual experience.
Penetration may be facilitated by enhanced perception of both being filled and being grasped; anal penetration becomes easier, probably from a combination of muscular relaxation and decreased pain perception.
When poppers are inhaled shortly before orgasm, the user may experience
a sense of exhilaration and acceleration, a freeing of inhibition of movement
and vocalization, and perception of orgasm as prolonged, intense and exalted.
The mind's eye may be filled with rapidly changing patterns of color and
shape, often containing symbolic representations of the sexual moment.
Sniffing poppers during sex can make orgasms feel like
they last longer. And some people say it makes their sexual organs feel massive.
Poppers are usually sniffed straight from the bottle and deliver a short,
sharp rush. Poppers are sold in sex shops, clubs and gay bars.
When gay guys snort poppers while having sex, the combination of temporary ego loss and becoming a total sex-pig can tempt them to do riskier stuff than they might otherwise.
Gay guys who use poppers while they're getting screwed often feel it helps
them loosen up their sphincter, but it also enlarges the blood vessels in
the anal lining, which might facilitate infection by HIV, should a couple
be foolhardy enough not to be using a condom.
The basic effect of poppers is to cause all of the muscles of the body to
relax, which is why poppers are so popular among gay men -- they make anal
intercourse easier. One of the related effects is vasodilation, or relaxation
of blood vessels. This gives the user a warm sensation and causes large amounts
of oxygen-bearing blood to rush through the brain, thus giving the user a "rush." The
increase in oxygen leads to a sudden intensification of positive emotions,
thus increasing one's lust and lack of inhibition, encouraging a sense of
raw animal sexuality.
Sniffing poppers during sex can make orgasms feel like they last longer.
And some people say it makes their sexual organs feel massive. Poppers are
usually sniffed straight from the bottle and deliver a short, sharp rush.
Poppers are sold in sex shops, clubs and gay bars.
Aroma poppers are not physically addictive. The effect lasts for less than
two minutes, typically, just long enough to facilitate penetration or terminate
in ejaculation, and the chemical dissembles in the blood stream too quickly
thereafter to physically addict.
As with the use of other recreational drugs, when it comes to aroma poppers, moral issues can overshadow good medicine. The "Just Say No" crowd views poppers as a menace. But Dr. Andrew Weil, author of From Chocolate to Morphine, calls amyl nitrate "one of the safest drugs in medicine." Weil, whose approach to drug use centers on harm reduction rather than outright prohibition, explains that "when inhaled, amyl nitrate breaks down quickly and leaves the body easily."
Safe or not, overuse of aroma poppers can make you feel like hell, producing
headaches, dizziness, and a sort of crappiness all over. If you start feeling
that way, put the little bottle away, open the windows wide, and take a deep
breath. And remember, no matter how disorienting an aroma poppers rush may be,
it only lasts a few minutes.
Liquid aroma products are sold as room odorants, liquid incense or video head cleaner only. Although research indicates it is generally safe to do so, we do not encourage the misuse of liquid aroma as poppers.
We are not responsible for the media claims that liquid aroma poppers are said to be aphrodisiacs or sex drugs, and we do not endorse such claims.
Our liquid aroma products do not contain amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite. They contain highly pure isobutyl nitrite, alkyl nitrites, cyclohexyl nitrite or hexyl nitrites only.
LIQUID AROMA AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
Pfizer, the maker of Viagra, and Lily, the maker of Cialis, warn against mixing liquid aroma and Viagra or Cialis because an unsafe drop in blood pressure could occur.
NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
Liquid aroma is harmful if swallowed. Do not put in your nose, mouth, eyes, or anywhere else in or on your body. Use only in large, well ventilated, open rooms.
SEVERE EYE IRRITANT
In case of eye contact flush with lots of water.
Do not use near fire or flame.
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