Jungle juice plus vs jungle juice
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Topic created by Jj
on Thu, 6 Dec 2018 at 10:10
Jj said on Thu, 6 Dec 2018 at 10:10...
So I normally hit up a standard, beige, run of the mill jungle juice and for all intents and purposes they serve me well. I can have a good number of hits without getting dizzy and the while the rush is intense its not over the top.
The other day the guy at the store I buy them off gave me a 'jungle juice plus' by accident. I read the label when I got home and the active ingredient was exactly the same as good ol beige jungle juice: alkyl nitrite. BUT two or three hits of this made me feel like I was having an aneurysm explode in my head and I was totally out of it for a good minute after.
What's going on here? Are they bullshitting on the label about the ingredient ?
Rush RIP? said on Thu, 6 Dec 2018 at 11:39...
What store??? Where? Jungle Juice is the number two knocked-off brand after Rush.
You describe the aroma and I will tell you what is the bottle.
Poppers veteran here.
Jj said on Fri, 7 Dec 2018 at 00:30...
Thanks man, it's a store in Melbourne Australia. Are you around there? The smell of the standard jungle juice is quite decent, but the aroma of the jungle juice plus is much more pungent, it's almost like fuel.
I'm a bit of a newbie, can you recommend a brand you can buy in Aus that isn't so likely to be knocked off?
Rush RIP? said on Fri, 7 Dec 2018 at 17:24...
Chinese manufactured copy of JJ Plus - fuel aroma will be cyclohexyl nitrite C6H11NO2 or some mix containing it. CAS Number: 5156-40-1 Should be PENTYL NITRITE CAS Number: 463-04-7 in Jungle Juice ONLY, period. One other poss being it has gone bad (past shelf life) maybe the guy did not give it you by mistake? It might have been old stock.
The ingredient is not alkyl nitrite as that is not a formula. What does the CAS number say, you need to look at the small print. If there is no CAS number then my original suggestion is confirmed. Who does it say is the manufacturer (on both bottles) Locker Room Marketing?
Hope to help. Pics of the bottle would help, but not sure how you attach images here? Anyone...
Melbourne is an ace place, cool guys remembered fondly from years past.
Jj said on Fri, 7 Dec 2018 at 22:37...
That's really interesting. Didn't know alkyl nitrite isn't a formula. Might do some reading up on the chemistry of it. I had a look on the bottle but there was no CAS number, I must have ripped that part off when I took the label off.
Do you have any advice or links for what specific formulas are the least likely to cause harm while giving a reasonable buzz? Thanks all the advice I really appreciate it and glad you enjoyed your time down here