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How often should you use poppers?

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Topic created by korn
on Wed, 10 Aug 2016 at 07:56

korn said on Wed, 10 Aug 2016 at 07:56...

On average, how often should you use poppers if you want minimal side effects? I remember I used it quite heavily for a week and started to develop a cough so I stopped completely. It's been over a month now, and I'm planning on getting back into it again.

Andy said on Wed, 10 Aug 2016 at 12:20...

I have used heavily in the past now and again for about a week or so and then got that horrible tickly cough, takes about a week to get over. I think if you limit your use to a couple of sesh's a week, for no more than a month or so with a couple of months break in-between, and don't huff to much in a sesh, fewer, deeper huffs, a few deep breaths after each huff, and drink plenty of water, it severely dehydrates you. Go outside and get plenty of fresh air afterwards and take some deep breaths. That should give you less side effects. That's just my opinion that has worked well for me. Any more than 2 or 3 times a week and your immunity, iron and blood haemoglobin levels never get a chance to recover and you will have a constantly high carbon monoxide like oxygen starvation to the blood making you feel constantly lethargic, all nitrites cause this in excess. The proper PWD rush and liquid gold isobutyl's of the 70's and 80's never used to cause this retched cough and congestion problems though, no matter how much of it you used, so this for me is a modern way of dealing with a modern problem until I can get the proper old style poppers back that I never used to have to think about how much I use before i'd end up coughing, retching and weezing like a 100 a day smoker.

Maninasuitcase said on Wed, 10 Aug 2016 at 14:41...

Bear in mind, nitrites lower the immune system for at least 3 days after prolonged inhalation. During this period we become prone to virus infection. Colds, bugs etc. This is why the 80s aids outbreak in San Francisco was linked to poppers. Although never substantiated.

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