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Ethyl Chloride!

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Topic created by Brian
on Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 07:09

Brian said on Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 07:09...

I find it amazing (in a bad way) how this seller in Australia can so brazenly sell Ethyl Chloride sprays on their official website:


I mean poppers are one thing to help people get highs, but ETHYL CHLORIDE for heaven's sake! It's much more serious and can cause pass-outs and deaths.

Please everyone, do not tempt fate with Ethyl Chloride. I doubt that the high would be that amazing in any case.

Nitritespecialist said on Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 13:33...

Ten years ago, I tried a EC a few times...and it's basically a "knockout" chemical. Suppresses the heart rate and shuts down the nervous system until your ears ring and you are about to go under. It's not the different in this way to isopropyl nitrite, which is so potent, it's very toxic. I last tried IPN yesterday, and after 5 minutes of joy, my body changed course and went into immediate shut down. Any subsequent tiny hit felt like death was imminent. It's that TOXIC!!!

John said on Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 14:21...

Wow, Nitritespecialist. Can you please tell us more about what you experienced on EC? Did you experience a mind-blowing horniness and orgasm which reached the skies on EC?

Or was it fairly crap and not worth the bother?

Tony said on Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 14:24...

(Responding to Nitritespecialist): You are very knowledgeable and experienced with poppers. I am surprised you would try IPN yesterday. What ever came over you to try such poppers?

(I mean, I would expect this from a newbie to poppers who doesn't know what they're doing and buy any old damn thing).

I'm not critical or judgmental, I'm just curious why you would be tempted by IPN knowing everything you know.

Billy said on Thu, 8 Jul 2021 at 19:10...

Because addict gonna addict, I guess

Nitritespecialist said on Fri, 9 Jul 2021 at 12:54...

@Tony....because I am out of amyl alcohol. Plus, I have the antidote to popper poisoning which is methylene blue plus Vit C. So I didn't suffer through hours of feeling tired and sick. Additionally, I try to educate people about IPN, the effects and why it's not good. I try to educate people about how to identify IPN....how it's VERY sweet smelling and feels cold due to its fast evaporation rate. All poppers are sweet smelling, but IPN is the sweetest and most volatile. I have read tons of reviews at poppersaromas but virtually none of them are very detailed about odor and effects. It's just general stuff...like good, bad and OK.

Martin said on Sat, 10 Jul 2021 at 00:40...

I would not call any IPN sweet smelling, it smells like a bad acid trip.

Even Joe Miller called a brand Locker Room because of the smell (I know this wasn't IPN though - but you said all poppers are sweet smelling which is clearly not true). Locker rooms are not sweet smelling, nor all the crap which the pommies get in the UK.

Rush said on Sat, 10 Jul 2021 at 22:42...

Even Joe Miller called a brand Locker Room

no...that would be the Hassing dude that made the first bottle of iso-butyl, a competitor of Jay Freezer, who founded Rush in California. Miller bought out Rush from Freezer's parents. Miller did not invent the name Locker Room, although he had a legal fight about it for sure! Miller originally worked in a court. Have an amazing weekend, popper lovers everywhere!

The Professor said on Tue, 13 Jul 2021 at 23:16...


it's all water-under-the-bridge now, but for the sake of accuracy, Clifford Hassing synthesized BUTYL nitrite, not isobutyl nitrite.

Isobutyl nitrite only came about after Butyl nitrite was (somewhat ) banned. Even then, most makers continued to bottle Butyl nitrite even though the label said Isobutyl nitrite.

The Professor said on Tue, 13 Jul 2021 at 23:20...


Clifford Hassing's product became LockerRoom; Jay Freezer's became Rush

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