Bad batch or different technique required?
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Topic created by popperkid
on Wed, 7 Sep 2016 at 00:47
popperkid said on Wed, 7 Sep 2016 at 00:47...
Ordered jungle juice black label and blackout poppers from poppers aromas.eu France, they came about 5-6 days after the order to me in London UK. DPD the delivery firm sent me an email in the morning informing me of the time slot the package would be delivered
The package arrived at 15.00, i ripped it open to find my bottles intact, the blackout was Bute and jungle juice Pent. I opened the JJ 1st and tried while in my usual porn and play position, there was that crazy scent that's hard to get use to but I recognized it from a previous jj experience
But there was no effects.... I'm a 5 year poppers pervert, used to the uk liquid gold and pound shop poppers (prop) so was looking forward this real formula but no matter how much i sniffed i got no effect, SAME STORY FOR THE OTHER BOTTLE TOO, i had not had pops for about a week so I know I wasn't resistant
I don't know why but for some reason i poured the jj on a cloth and inhaled from it, BOOM!!! instant hit and effects, the blackout had no effect being inhaled from a cloth though
So I'm weirded out by this experience and will probably order from Germany next time as advised by another post just to test if the quality is better
Plenty said on Wed, 7 Sep 2016 at 03:53...
The Jungle Black might (might be i said) Locker Room production from Canada. Blackout is obviously domestic French production. Also, you seem to be a Pentyl fan - which many of the IBN zealots here do not approve of. I personally hate IBN. Lets hear what you have to say about that Radikal from Germany too. I agree with you that IPN is hard to get used to, but it is top dog.
A27 said on Wed, 7 Sep 2016 at 08:00...
I dont get it, not one single manufacturor out there capable of producing a quality product. Shocking
Maninasuitcase said on Wed, 7 Sep 2016 at 10:06...
Having ordered from poppers aromas.eu several times now I have come to the conclusion they haven't got their formulas right.
They changed Blackout from IBN to IPN. Why?
Also, they're now selling 'solid poppers' and judging by reports its CRAP.
Plenty said on Wed, 7 Sep 2016 at 21:09...
So maybe popperkid's Blackout was IPN, that figures. Wondering what the label says??
popperkid said on Fri, 9 Sep 2016 at 03:59...
I'm gonna order the radikal from germany, just need to find that post with the shop details again.
With the Jungle juice I have, you have to continuously huff to get the effect while holding cloth very close to my nose but once it comes on wow!!! I just have to blow, which makes for a very short session and I prefer getting lost for an hour or so
Alexander said on Sat, 10 Feb 2018 at 21:52...
It is my consistent experience with isopentyl nitrite that it works only from a stale, half-empty bottle. Fresh bottles never work! It's the opposite of isopropyl. That's why I normally work with two isopentyl bottles: I switch from an old one to a new one gradually. Simply pouring half of the liquid into the sink or into another bottle doesn't help - it must actually go stale.
Each isopentyl bottle lasts me for many sessions. It also doesn't burn my nose, my throat and my lungs and doesn't leave the yellow vision spot afterwards, so I presume pentyl is safer than propyl.
Once the bottle is slightly stale, the remaining trick is to huff the right amount and build up and maintain: huff too little or too much - and it will kill erection instead of boosting it, and the whole session will be wasted. Pentyl works more slowly than propyl and requires longer sniffing.
Another factor - general for all poppers - is that they don't work if your body and your CNS aren't prepared (already aroused). You need a decent level of testosterone and dopamine to get satisfaction from poppers. That's why I don't believe women can truly appreciate poppers. And of course breaks - to break tolerance.
Summing up: sniffing poppers is a sublime skill that requires training and is slightly different for pentyl and propyl. (Never tried amyl, butyl or cyclohexyl.)