Isoamyl Nitrite 24ml - two different products
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Topic created by poppersguy
on Wed, 17 Feb 2021 at 14:54
poppersguy said on Wed, 17 Feb 2021 at 14:54...
The one on the right is what I bought from poppers-aromas.eu. It stinks of alcohol, irritates the nose, and gives a horrible hangover. The one on the left is what I bought from buypoppersnet.com. It smells and feels like isoamyl should, and it's what poppers-aromas USED to sell.
I'm sharing this so nobody unknowingly throws away their money on an inferior product like I did.
Joevito said on Wed, 17 Feb 2021 at 15:47...
Hi poppersguy, I don't see your pictures of the products you bought from poppers aromas EU but I did also they are definitely stronger and smell weird then the stuff in the US, one bottle was Amyl and the other was Everest,, supposed to be real Amal nitrate but I don't know 😱
JoshVR said on Thu, 18 Feb 2021 at 02:51...
It must be really frustrating wondering whether or not your going to be sniffing a solvent or something that is a medical grade amyl. Your health depends on it. How are we to actually know what's inside these bottles.
Nitritespecialist said on Fri, 19 Feb 2021 at 00:03...
There were large drug makers in both Europe and USA that made amyl nitrite for human consumption. In the beginning, the most of the amyl nitrite was of inferior quality and all over the map regarding purity. But as the drug companies matured, they discovered the best ways to make medical grade amyl nitrite. That's where the expertise lies....probably hidden away in proprietary documents. Who's going to unlock that expertise and risk getting busted? I could buy a gallons of the reagents and crank out tons of inferior grade poppers, but I could NOT do that. You can't tell by the color or transparency. You can have crystal clarity, light yellow fluid that is actually quite toxic and pure crap. It's very difficult to judge purity by odor as well, as the odors can be highly variable depending upon trace impurities. Poppers should smell very sweet with no bitterness. And they should not sting the skin, stain it yellow or smell acidic. Those are signs of nitric acid impurity.
poppersguy said on Sat, 20 Feb 2021 at 20:35...
@Nitritespecialist Those poppers on the left are the smoothest, sweetest, most gentle poppers I've ever had. They're so good, in fact, that I'd go as far as calling the high they give you "wholesome". The ones on the right fit all your criteria for toxic crap.
So tired of this bullshit, man. Thanks for your expertise.
Bruce said on Mon, 1 Mar 2021 at 23:54...
Do you know a way of testing basic "shape" of the obtained product in tetm of acid content and eventually impurities?
Appart from a lab mass spectrometer, could we use at home some basic PH paper indicater or PH-meter to at least determine whether the liquid is fresh, needs stabilisation, or stale and needs to be disposed of?
looking for something a bit more technical and calibrothan my nose.
I was also thinking of some kind of nitrite testers reagents but don't know whether it exists for pure nitrites ?