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Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by couplehardcore, Jun 23, 2013.
Does anyone know what Poppers do for sexual enhancement??
If you're talking about amyl/butal nitrates, 1.) those compounds are considered sexual stimulants. 2.) I believe their use, when not prescribed, is illegal in most parts of the US. (I could be wrong) 3.) I was warned a while ago by a moderator that, though the substance I was discussing was legal, that (because prior attempts to discuss drugs and sexual endeavors had lead to chats about illegal drugs) the thread had to be closed.
Using this stimulant can be dangerous if you over-medicate. If you were prescribed amyl nitrate by your healthcare provider, only use the intended dosage at the intended times (ie- b.d./b.i.d or o.d.). I'm assuming and hoping that you're discussing a legally obtained substance. As such, you should discuss its usage with a healthcare provider. Trusting literature you find on the internet or even a healthcare provider who isn't assigned to you can be dangerous because we don't have your medical history. One thing I can warn against is don't use it recreational if you already have low blood pressure. Of course, I'm not a healthcare professional. So it'd be best to ask yours instead of relying on a forum of people who, while they may have similar, do not have your precise medical history.
If you're just curious of the affects there is probably quite a bit of literature regarding "poppers" available on the internet. Again, I'd warn against believing that all of it is credible.
If you're talking about jalepeno poppers- I don't really get into mixing foods with sex.
I should clarify. When I use "over-medicate" I mean over-ingest.
Poppers are a gold coloured liquid. The chemical name is amyl or butyl nitrate. Comes in a bottle or in small glass 'vials' which are popped open. Historically is has been used to treat angina, mainly used today to treat emergency cases.
Poppers are commonly sold in clubs, joke and sex shops. They are often used to heighten sexual arousal. The drug is popular amongst the gay community, but is also used by young people at clubs and raves.; the perception of time is also altered.
Common street names:
poppers, liquid gold, tnt, rush, stud, stag, ram, snappers, bananas, hi-tech, rave, Amyl nitrate, Butyl nitrate, bullet, locker room
How they are taken:
The vapours are inhaled through the nose and/or mouth, the nose most commonly.
The effects are immediate, within 30-40 seconds, but last only a few minutes. Face flushes, head and neck perspire. Blood pressure is reduced and heart rate accelerates which produces a rushing sensation. Some people experience headaches and nausea; effects last from 30 sec. to 5 min
Poppers have been around for 150 years.The story of poppers begins in 1859 with the first reported use of alkyl nitrites by Sir Lauder Brunton. Butyl nitrite, isobutyl nitrite, amyl nitrite, All the alkyl nitrites act on the body in nearly identical fashion, but isobutyl nitrite is the most potent of them all. Amyl nitrite 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.
They are clear yellowish liquids with a sweet smell when fresh. Some have described it as smelling like old gym socks, or like a men's locker room, once a bottle begins to degrade. Most anyone who went to high school in the 70's/80's remembers this as "Rush" or "Locker Room". You know, the little brown bottles that when sniffed, gave you a head rush. It was a big fad back then, that I never saw the point of. I had thought it had faded away, but I was wrong.
The same stuff is now called poppers. It's very popular with gay men as a sexual enhancer. Supposedly, if you sniff the rush just before cumming, it enhances the male orgasm. It also supposedly relaxes the anal muscles. It's also reported to be disinhibiting.
It is not popular with women as a sexual enhancer. Many women report the effects on them are akin to a hot flash, so it's no wonder most women don't care for it. As it also commonly causes headaches as a side effect, it's also no wonder women aren't ino poppers.
A study and ranking of drugs for harmfulness devised by British-government advisers and based upon scientific evidence of harm to both individuals and society showed that poppers pose little potential harm to individuals or to society when compared to other recreational drugs including alcohol and tobacco. However, the Dutch government did a study on poppers and ended up banning them over health risks.
Personally, if it takes a chemical to get someone to have anal sex with me, then I'm not really interested. I also don't see the point in having a head rush while blowing my load. I'd much rather enjoy the natural sensations and cherish the view of the person licking and sucking my cock.
Tread lightly guys. We try to keep discussion of illegal drug use off the forum. You can continue to discuss the properties of the drug but do not discuss whether or not you have it, you plan to use it or where you get/got it.
This is as much for the boards safety as it is for yours.
Not sure of the law/regulation elsewhere, but in the USA and UK, it is legal to buy, sell and posses nitrates. The long used loop hole for public sale is to market the product for use other than human consumption, most commonly as a room odorant. Most folks here who went to high school in the 70's and 80's will remember the "rush" fad. The most common brand was locker room, which is labled as a room odorant. Fast forward to the 2010's...
"rush" is still sold legally as room odorants and similar products. People call it "poppers" now. The most popular brand is...if you guessed locker room, you're right. It's legally purchasable at porn, novelty and head shops everywhere.
That said, I have not used nitrates since high school experimentation and do not recommend, or condone the use of substances not labeled by the FDA for human consumption. What adults do with legally obtainable substances is up to them.
My original article was written as an informational piece and is in no way, shape or form meant to be an endorsement or recommendation to use these products in the manner associated with human consumption/sexual activity. Personally, I do not use these products and DO NOT recommend their use, other than as labeled.