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wow....propylic alcohol

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Topic created by aussie stuff
on Fri, 26 Nov 2021 at 06:19

aussie stuff said on Fri, 26 Nov 2021 at 06:19...

:Nov 2021 update: Due to an amyl alcohol shortage worldwide, this supplier used propylic alcohol as one of the ingredients in this reference. Formulas will be back to normal next February and we regret this situation we’re dependent on. Therefore, this product can neither be returned nor exchanged.:: this is the msg u see on all the poppers from poppers aromas, France atm, am i reading it right they have gone to propyl , albeit temporarily? this stuff is bad for your eyes !!!! wtf?

Anonymous said on Fri, 26 Nov 2021 at 17:47...

All alkyl nitrites could be bad for sight. But it is rare. And in matter of fact at least before almost every poppers, even amyl poppers, did contain isopropyl nitrite.

If poppers is made of isoamyl nitrite, it is quite possible that the nitrite is made of isoamyl alcohol and even nowadays the best source of isoamyl alcohol is fusel oil, which contain isopropyl alcohol too. Using fusel oil we get alkyl nitrite mixture mainly isoamyl nitrite. But why do they write about amyl alcohol. Amyl alcohol is n-amyl alcohol is n-pentyl alcohol. If the product is isoamyl nitrite you must use isoamyl alcohol or fusel oil.

The Dreadful Flying Glove said on Fri, 26 Nov 2021 at 20:48...

All alkyl nitrites could be bad for sight. But it is rare.

huh? isopropyl nitrite has been shown to be, not amyl nitrite..there's a good reason why isopropyl can do this.

Anyhooo.... aussie stuff...what does the CAS number on the bottle say? can you describe the aroma?

Gym said on Sun, 28 Nov 2021 at 00:29...

@aussie stuff

Just curious. How would you know what it says on "all the poppers from poppers aromas, France"? Somehow I doubt you have purchased all the poppers they have to offer.

Instead, why don't you tell us exactly which poppers you saw that note written on? Are you able to take a photo of the note on the bottle(s) with your phone and post the image(s) here?

Anonymous said on Sun, 28 Nov 2021 at 08:46...

Mr Gym. Go to the site and see yourself.

Anonymous said on Sun, 28 Nov 2021 at 10:54...

I've used aromas/rapide many times and I just ordered Gate 15ml, Bad 24ml and Amyl Pocket 30ml -> all bathtub isopropyl trash.
Weird/no smell, no high and heavy side effects. I thought perhaps it was just the first one I tried that was off but after sampling all 3 they were all the same and I put them down the drain.

Nitritespecialist said on Sun, 28 Nov 2021 at 17:34...

I bought the Premium Everett 15 ml from Aromas-eu and it was definitely degraded isoamyl nitrite based upon the funky camphor scent and effects. Isoamyl nitrite, from my experience, develops a strong off odor fast, and doesn't deliver a euphoric rush. But it does relax the ass, increase heart rate without wretched side effects.

Anon Sydney said on Mon, 29 Nov 2021 at 12:42...

I contact poppers aromas direct seeking clarification - in regards to propylitic alcohol? I asked them if it contains both amyl nitrite and propyl nitrite or does this mean it contains amyl nitrite and propylitic alcohol where as the original formula contained amyl nitrite and amyl alcohol.

Their response was that there's one ingredient that was changed but not the nitrite. This is based upon their chemistry knowledge and supplier's information.

They themselves tried a few difference brands ( “references”) in the team and they noticed there was different odor between a propyl bottle and an amyl bottle. But the substitution on of propyl alcohol may have a different effect than amylalcohol.

But- Everest premium, gate, and blackout are all pure amyl nitrite and amyl alcohol.

Gym said on Mon, 29 Nov 2021 at 16:54...

@aussie stuff

Needless to say, I had gone to the site before I left my comment here and saw nothing mentioned about what you are talking about.

You are talking about this site, correct?


If so, please leave a link to the page where you see that "Nov 2021 update" concerning propylic alcohol because I have not seen it mentioned anywhere on that site.

Anonymous said on Mon, 29 Nov 2021 at 17:37...

Gym it’s on almost all bottles containing amyl. Don’t know how you could miss it

aussie stuff said on Thu, 2 Dec 2021 at 00:26...

mr gym, to to the bloody site and see for yourself!!! theres a waring on most of the bottles exactly like i wrote . i buy from these guys all the time, but my last order there was no warning up like there is now,its only appeared recently

aussie stuff said on Thu, 2 Dec 2021 at 00:28...

seriously gym, u blind? lol its plastered all over the site , cheers

Gym said on Mon, 6 Dec 2021 at 05:23...

@aussie stuff

Thanks to the link "Anonymous" left in their reply to me, I saw the Nov. update message on the "Amyl" poppers product page.

However, let me remind you that what you wrote in your opening post -- "this is the msg u see on all the poppers from poppers aromas, France atm" -- is simply not true. That Nov. update message does NOT appear on "all the poppers from poppers aromas".

From what I can tell, that message only pertains to the 14 "BIG POPPERS" and to the 16 "SMALL POPPERS" that specifically contain only amyl.

You do NOT see that Nov. update message on any of the "Pentyl", "Hexyl", "Propyl" or "Mix - Amyl & Propyl" poppers product pages.

So please, next time you post news like this, drop the sensationalism. Try to be more accurate and/or detailed in your statements.

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