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Topic created by Mark
on Wed, 4 Nov 2020 at 01:10

Mark said on Wed, 4 Nov 2020 at 01:10...

This is my experience from using Amyl and something that has happened over the last 6 months.

I'm not interested in those who do heavy drugs who already take unnecessary risks and have no respect for their body / mental health, who continue to do whatever drug they want and encourage their peers to do the same. This post is for those who have never used amyl and are looking at trying it and those that think it is harmless from a personal experience. I understand that this post will make some people angry as they can't fathom having sex / masturbating without poppers and they hate the idea that anyone else would encourage others to not use this drug and prevent a necessary part of their dependency and fantasy knowing that another guy is under the effect of amyl as well. You'll use any excuse to justify that it is harmless sniffing a toxic substance. If that's the case, keep your opinions to yourself and continue sniffing those toxic chemicals into your body.

It will only be a matter of time before I am no longer here and want to leave a warning for those people that this drug is dangerous. The pain has become unlivable and unbearable.

Chroming - is inhaling drugs to get high whether via mouth or via nose. You are inhaling a toxic fume into your brain and to think that it has no impact whether physiology or mentally you are wrong. This along with the fact that there is a huge amount of fake products out there as well as companies not being truthful about what goes into their products - because all they have to do is say 'not for human consumption'.

No drinking, no previous drug use, no mental health issues. Fit 30 year old male.

\- Dizzy, Brain Fog, Hard to focus on text takes 1 -2 seconds to focus, White light creates strain on the eye, feels pressure behind the eye, Tinnitus all after sniffing amyl within a 1 week period. I feel like I'm constantly on a buzz / high. My mind never shuts down. I remember getting headaches while I sniffed the Amyl and my life has not been the same since. Every minute is a struggle for me, literally living is an effort. I have no peace of mind having all this pain / torment.

\- I have had numerous guys message me saying that they have experienced the same after sniffing amyl. I've also noticed on a lot of notice boards that these types of posts are being deleted as well.

\- Chroming / Inhaling has been linked to the equivalent of melting plastic by doctors - some say it's even more dangerous than cocaine because the bodies limited ability to digest it before it reaches the brain.

\- Think of how precious your eye sight is and how valuable it is to you. Is it really worth the risk to put that at jeopardy? Take it from someone who is having problems now - it's not worth it. Also some will argue that it's only some nitrites that cause this. Do you think that the companies who make these products really care about you? - Do you expect that they are honest and have integrity? - Unless you get every chemical tested from a bottle that your about to inhale DO NOT TRUST what it says on there. They know what these products are used for however instead of turning around and saying - not for human consumption - however this product has been linked to eye damage as well - they choose to only say the bare minimum. once again - Wouldn't want to scare away their users.

Please stay away from this drug. I understand people won't be happy with this post and there will be a lot of anger - but this is a warning for those who are just about to start and my own experience. Feel free to check my profile and read the agony that I have been experiencing ever since.

Your health is worth everything, please don't make the same mistake I did - by believing from other gay guys as well as doctors that these things don't happen or are very rare.

Ozark Intellectual said on Wed, 4 Nov 2020 at 09:00...

Also some will argue that it's only some nitrites that cause this.

yep like them there "academics" and doctors and all them guys from Ivy League. No, Sir! I believe you, with your with your mighty fine writing, big word count, your profile that don't exist, and your opinion about amyl (even though those doctors use it still to treat patients). Truly I do.

They all laughed at me when I told 'em that they were putting micro-chips in apple pie. Y'all eat one and they control you from a secret underground lair in The Vatican (controlled by a family of intergalactic dwarfs). So only eat apple pie that you bake yourself, don't even trust your wife, you have been warned.

Mark said on Wed, 4 Nov 2020 at 11:06...

All good bro. I'm telling you my experience if you want to continue to do them then no one can stop you sniffing those toxic fumes

Anonymous said on Wed, 4 Nov 2020 at 13:52...

>>Feel free to check my profile<<

Where is that profile you mention in your copy and paste post, Mr Troll...?

PJ said on Wed, 4 Nov 2020 at 19:26...

Total nonsense. Perhaps you have another condition?

>My mind never shuts down

I am not being rude, but did you see a professional about that? Because that has nothing to do with poppers. Personally I wonder if you have a psychological response to your tinnitus. Tinnitus is not caused by poppers, but it is a terrible affliction in itself.

It is not nice to mock, guyz!

Wish you well.

PJ.

Mark said on Thu, 5 Nov 2020 at 04:02...

Anonymous I had posted it in Reddit as well. No trolling is happening here. This is just a wanting to the gay community of my experiences that I've had. There is nothing for me to gain by telling people this. With respect it's more about people who are curious about trying this which is why I'm warning people.

Mark said on Thu, 5 Nov 2020 at 04:04...

Pj. I can assure you that I'm dizzy my eyes are blurry and I have a vibrating tinitus after getting a head ache from sniffing a amyl bottle 5 months ago. I Understand anxiety and can assure you that it's not that. And have had multiple people on Reddit contact me about other issues like mine as a result of sniffing amyl. Most comments like this get deleted for some reason

PJ said on Thu, 5 Nov 2020 at 10:01...

>I Understand anxiety and can assure you that it's not that.

But you have tinnitus. You are proposing that this tinnitus has, as a primary cause, your use of amyl. This is almost certainly not the case. You may have some predisposition to tinnitus and poppers, or many other things, may have triggered that. Tinnitus can cause a profound psychological effect.

> had multiple people on Reddit contact me about other issues

This is proof of what? That many people are involved in self-diagnosis. This is foolish actually, science exists for a reason. Amyl does not have the effect you describe. In fact it may have the opposite effect. Iso-propyl (due to the specific molecular structure) may cause temporary disturbance to ocular pressure in some >45 age group with hypertension and non-diagnosed nerve disorders.

It is understandable that you feel this way, but you are misleading yourself via self-diagnosis, affirmed by others who are involved in the same activity.

I'm not interested in a row. You have a fixed set of beliefs - you need to test them against empirical evidence to reach the truth. If it is the truth that you are actually after. Saying: oh this guy on Reddit said that he had the same...etc..is proof of nothing. There are posts on here claiming that poppers give your fungal foot conditions. Poppers as the whipping boy for ailments (serious and trivial), is a constant theme on here :-)

Good luck to you.

Canarias said on Fri, 6 Nov 2020 at 11:45...

I can confirm that Poppers causes Tinnitus. I have ringing ears when I use Poppers (iso-)Amyl Nitrite. I have a lasting Tinnitus now, which is a high hiss noise especially noticeble in the evening.

NO is neurotoxic in high concentrations, and a vasodilator. The inner ear damage may be due to the NO toxicity or due to the damage caused by the unnatural dilation of the blood capillaries there.

I also suffered eye damage after consuming Jungle Juice Gold, which contained supposely pentyl nitrite.

I would say inhaling once Poppers is as dangerous as coma drinking a bottle of vodka.

Marino said on Sun, 8 Nov 2020 at 02:07...

What is the relationship of poppers With gay ?

Anonymous said on Mon, 9 Nov 2020 at 23:37...

>>I can confirm that Poppers causes Tinnitus.<<

Nothing to do with the fact that you have atherosclerosis?

"Rather than a disease, tinnitus is a symptom that may result from various underlying causes"

The Dreadful Flying Glove said on Thu, 12 Nov 2020 at 17:15...

Peer tested studies from valid sources are the only information you should trust. If not, you risk returning to the medieval school of thought - i.e my daughter is big with child!! she eateth of the horn berrie / she layeth wif Satan. Nope, she is pregnant as she got fucked in the hay barn. Same with poppers cause <insert ailment>. Unless that information is peer tested and comes from a serious academic source, it is "medieval".

Poppers should be used in moderation, and not all by some people. That is common sense. Of course if using poppers, just like many things, cause you to feel dizzy, or whatever, you stop!

Nitritespecialist said on Thu, 12 Nov 2020 at 17:24...

I am 60 and have used poppers since I was 48. I resorted to making them after Joe Miller died and all the USA poppers turned to crap. I never had any noticeable ill effects circa 2008-2010, with Joe Miller's poppers. But with home brew, especially isopropropyl, butyl and isobutyl, I have had bad side effects that occur within 10 to 15 minutes, sometimes sooner. My blood pressure drops and won't recover. I have to totally stop inhaling or else I will drop. I can't even take one little hit until hours later. I have hit homebrew isobutyl nitrite very hard and constantly while having sex with a partner and have become drunk, slurred speech and RINGING in the ears. I have since realized that normal amyl nitrite is much kinder on my body and I don't have to fear it nearly as much. I won't touch the other kinds now. BTW...Oxygen is TOXIC too. Too much will kill you....it's a free radical that will create cellular havoc when there's too much.

Nitritespecialist said on Thu, 12 Nov 2020 at 17:28...

In my view, the single best thing about poppers(amyl nitrite) is that it allows the user to control how long they want to be under the influence...it can be as little as a few minutes to a few hours or longer...dependent upon the number of hits someone is willing to take.

I like being sober mostly, so the other illicit drugs, pills, IVs and of course legal alcohol, don't attract me. They don't allow the user to control the duration of effects. You can't just get 2 minutes of a high and call it quits.

Flameguy said on Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 00:10...

Agree with Mark. I tried to quit a few times and the toxic effect lasted over 8 months. I can't workout, constantly tired, my eyes are sensitive to light, watery and swollen, feel like I am having a fever, running nose. I stopped enjoying to be touched, skin feels oversensitive.
The sad part is that it takes forever to recover. The symptoms got significantly worse after I relapsed - I even got some allergy bumps around my ankles the last time I did it.
I also noticed that I built tolerance to poppers - I stopped getting high as I used to.
Can't wait to recover and forget about it...

Bulb said on Thu, 26 Nov 2020 at 14:11...

I firsti tried poppers twelve years ago and the only ill effect I've had is the very rare headache and some burns under nostrils (apply lotion and keep that on the bedside too). I heard from this guy that he got blurry vision for a period but it went away. He is a drinker also doing amphetamine and benzos to top it off. I've also seen him sniff and it's not very conservative. I'd fall the bottle over if I did that.

Aren't you just talking about this: https://www.bmj.com/company/newsroom/new-chemical-composition-of-poppers-linked-to-retinal-damage/

"However, the principal chemical ingredient of poppers, isopropyl nitrite, replaced isobutyl nitrite after the latter was reclassified as a cancer causing agent in 2006. And eye problems have emerged as a less well known side effect since the chemical composition of poppers was changed."

So yeah thank the legistlators for creating a problem. I also read someone on the very forums saying this ( http://poppersguide.com/forum/10008 ):

"AVOID ISPROPYL AND INSTEAD LOOK FOR ISOBUTYL WHICH IS TWO TO THREE TIMES STRONGER AND LONGER LASTING."

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