help me choose strong poppers!
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Topic created by motherussia
on Fri, 19 Mar 2021 at 06:45
motherussia said on Fri, 19 Mar 2021 at 06:45...
me and my bf use poppers around 1,5 year, i usually bought poppers marked "strong" (for example: Rave Ultra Strong, Colt, Jolt Diablo,Jungle Juice black label), but now i wanna more stronger)))))
help me choose one of them: https://popperssale.ru/index.php?categoryID=2&search_name=&search_price_from=&search_price_to=700¶m_3=7¶m_2=0&search_in_subcategory=1&advanced_search_in_category=1&offset=0
or advice some poppers with your choice, thanks?
Nitritespecialist said on Fri, 19 Mar 2021 at 20:22...
@mother of all russias....I think some poppers users fail to realize that when choosing the alkyl nitrite having the strongest effect, you are actually asking for the one with the worst side effects. The stronger, more potent the alkyl nitrite, the worse the anemia and low blood pressure. And often times, the bad effects happen immediately so you may have 30 seconds of a wild ride, but then it's all downhill from there. What users SHOULD want is the mildest popper that can be whiffed repeatedly to sustain the pleasant effects for the longest. Namyl nitrite fits that description. Isoamyl nitrite is second. NButyl nitrite is third.
PJ said on Sat, 20 Mar 2021 at 10:35...
Here's something you might not know: there is a domestic manufacturer in Russia. They even have their own brands. Russia has a bad reputation as far as gay rights are concerned, and are very conservative about sexual matters in general. I think because of the influence of The Russian Orthodox Church. I cannot remember the website.. but it might be something like poppers dot ru...or variation of that. Dunno what the formula is either.
Jungle Juice Black Label might be a good choice, if it is an original....
rudi68germany said on Sun, 21 Mar 2021 at 12:48...
So why cant we find a table like
active ingredient - amount of ingredient - reputation - auxiliary materials - product name - price
1) alkyl nitrite
2) amyl nitrite
3) butyl nitrite
so there are some more iso... pentyl... hexyl also
what i think users would prefer facts instead of funny stickers..
Nitritespecialist said on Sun, 21 Mar 2021 at 16:47...
@rudi....poppers are essentially unregulated since they are clearly not legal for human consumption. And since they are considered a "low class" cause, any would be activists for change are simply not interested.
My advice: simply accept that if you want to use poppers, they are never going to be consistently good and of the highest quality for human consumption; nor are we ever going to know exactly what's in them....100% of the chemical makeup in the bottle.
rudi68germany said on Sun, 21 Mar 2021 at 20:02...
Its always necessary to track down customer needs. Around poppers theres a big gap between authentic product information, expectations. The price is more or less low and quite similar through all products.
Its not an illegal drug, there isnt any pressure by authorities, its not allowed to sell it for using it inside the body.
Hanky Code said on Mon, 22 Mar 2021 at 19:26...
alkyl nitrite is not a formula...it is a family name only. all products carry a CAS number..you may use that as a reference. " funny stickers"...all products that we buy have "funny stickers" that is a question about consumerism from you? If necessary we may take this back to Warenfetischismus...and the thinking of German philosophy...Hegel, Marx and associated thought.