Amyl Titanium - real amyl or just another claim?
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Topic created by giver
on Mon, 4 Apr 2022 at 23:40
giver said on Mon, 4 Apr 2022 at 23:40...
I've been doing poppers since 2002 and I can recall the effects of the old poppers. It was intense and one little sniff (i used to buy ram gold back then) would have me on my knees devouring anyone's cock. The more I sniffed the more I wanted to be the world's biggest cum slut.
Then I noticed how weak the poppers had become to the point of brands like jungle juice etc just giving me more problems than pleasure, killing the mood, and not giving me the sexual euphoria I used to get over a decade ago. And this is because the formula changed and amyl was banned in my country and why we have all these terrible versions now.
So I was so happy when I came across "Amyl" which stated it contained the original amyl. Even on the bottle, the ingredient says amyl. I bought some from France and was excited! Well, it arrived and it was sub par, smelt fruity, and didn't give me the intensity I am craving from poppers. It was actually mellow.
Has anyone tried the amyl brand (https://www.poppers-aromas.eu/big-poppers/192-amyl-titanium-poppers-24ml.html) did they have an intense session?
The positive - No headaches, no lingering scent in my nose, and my breathing wasn't bad for a few days as I get with jungle juice, etc.
Negative - just not strong like I remember the original amyl being. I had to grab 2 bottles one in each nose and have a long sniff in order to experience some euphoria..but it didn't last. My partner was getting frustrated that I had to continually sniff.
There is so much rubbish information about poppers atm that seriously I don't know if I should bother anymore as it feels like the new era of poppers will actually be detrimental to my health in the long run. No one really has any long-term data about the new formulas and the health effects because it's all so new.
I find myself constantly being disappointed with the quality of poppers. And the shelf life is shocking. I used to be able to keep a bottle of gold for A LONG time. Unless you buy the premium black labels etc most of the poppers are single-use.
Anonymous said on Tue, 5 Apr 2022 at 14:28...
@Giver....It's the same in the USA, since 2010. We all know Joe Miller the world's supplier of good poppers died then. Nobody has come close to replacing the consistent quality of his poppers. Not even Locker Room in Canada are good enough.
Poppers are weak and/or toxic when they have undesirable impurities. These can be present from the start or form via the degradation process.
So essentially nobody is making drug grade poppers fit for human consumption, as had Joe Miller in Indianapolis, Indiana.
kens-anus said on Tue, 5 Apr 2022 at 17:27...
If you're new here, Ken (aka nitritespecialist, aka madeplentypoppers, aka popperexpert, aka poppermaker aka (you'll recognize his words eventually) is a lost cause.
Continuous adoration for a product and person that are long gone.
12 years of failed attempts to make something non toxic, while hoping for a breakthrough that'll make him the popper King that his hero was.
Extremely dangerous ideas based on 19th century stands in the dark that were later disproven.
Repeated rants about impurities that are in his imagination.
Favorite Fallacies are straw man, ad hominem, moving the goalpost, appeal to authority.
The Professor said on Tue, 5 Apr 2022 at 18:42...
Amyl is very weak; the two bottles and constantly having to sniff thing can be a nuisance if you are with a partner.
the butyls are stronger, but you've already experienced the side effects can be lousy.
Fortunately, the side effects are mostly due to laziness by the manufacturing process.
if you find a popper that you like, strength wise, but it has deleterious side effects, try:
George said on Fri, 8 Apr 2022 at 04:55...
@giver: Over the past six years, I have purchased a variety of popper products from a vendor in France, hoping I would find a popper product that would provide me a pleasant, mellow, pro-sexual experience. Unfortunately, I have still not found a particular product (formula) that works for me.
In addition, it appears to me that some of the manufacturers have changed the formula of a product over the past five years in that the formula appears to be weaker and the pro-sexual effects are not as strong.
As far as I can determine, all popper products sold in France that are identified as "amyl" are iso-amyl, per the label on the bottle. Some of these iso-amyl products are manufactured in France, and some are manufactured in Belgium. Although the label on these products identify the formula as "iso-amyl", I have noticed a distinct difference in the odor and effects provided by these products - they are not all similar. And - based upon my sampling of these products - I would consider all of them to be sub-par.
So, it appears my overall experience with these various popper products has been very similar to yours.