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N-pentyl nitrite...the Elixir of Gay Life...

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Topic created by Anonymous
on Tue, 3 May 2022 at 16:58

Anonymous said on Tue, 3 May 2022 at 16:58...

After a prolonged session of my brew.....I was stunned and amazed at the effects....One whiff and it wears off quickly.....But each subsequent hit builds and allows one to sustain the most intense erotic thoughts and images, all while the joy jelly ass sensations are intensely pleasurable.

Odor is very mild and pleasant.....nothing harsh or stinging.

This is exactly why it costs so much to buy this stuff direct from a reputable maker.

Anonymous said on Tue, 3 May 2022 at 17:04...

My libido is low, but this brew made it feel like I got a shot of testosterone. Sexual interest went through the roof.

Anonymous said on Tue, 3 May 2022 at 22:44...

Despite my O2 levels dropping to 78, I kept whiffing and they did not go any further lower. When O2 levels drop, I usually become tired and lose interest. This batch is an example of how that is not happening. It is a recipe of what needs to be repeated next time. Practice makes perfect.

Anonymous said on Wed, 4 May 2022 at 00:06...

The previous was The Professor and his BS.

I made another brew and it's absolutely AMAZING......I love the odor...very mild and pleasant. And it doesn't just relax the ass....it's like joy jelly has been spread around the entire rectum.

This is AMAZING stuff and I used my old TCI one pentanol. So it wasn't too bad after all.

I added the acid last....drop by drop to the reaction pot....and washed really well with cold water first and then brine/soda. It's absolutely AMAZING stuff!!!

Anonymous said on Wed, 4 May 2022 at 19:52...

I received new one pentanol today....and it smells a little like minty menthol, which means the brew I made had traces of alcohol in it.

The Professor said on Thu, 5 May 2022 at 15:55...

If any one goes into an ER with o2sat of 87 they would be put on a ventilator

N amyl nitrite doesn't appear o2sats that deeply unless you have some type of genetic defect like g6pd deficiency.

Of course you are getting un-reacted alcohol. You are undertaking the procedure at a temperature that greatly favors the reverse reaction. No amount of HCL is going to force an equilibrium reaction to towels of the equilibrium constant is favoring the reverse procedure.

You likely have nitrates in there to o.

That's the reason I claim that you're nonsense favors unsaturated, weak yields, and you can't tolerate even the weakest nitrites does to a defect.

Anonymous said on Fri, 6 May 2022 at 15:59...

Just hit my freshest NAN and O2 was 91. So not too bad. It's really good stuff...smells really good too....I love it.

Anonymous said on Fri, 6 May 2022 at 16:03...

I just went to the ER with for a friend who was having breathing problems totally unrelated to poppers or recreational drugs.

The O2 has to be 88 for at least 5 or 10 minutes before Medicare will pay for O2. The underlying cause needs to be known as it dictates treatment. If there are no lung problems, and there are no distress symptoms, there is no need for supplemental O2.

Anonymous said on Fri, 6 May 2022 at 16:04...

88 or less

The Professor said on Fri, 6 May 2022 at 16:29...

Yes, and OTC level oximeters (Walgreens, etc.) Have an 8 percent uncertainty, and are easily considered by mathematician (they read higher than true sats.

A hospitals will be using an 8 wavelength device, which is much more accurate.

TL;DR... The thumb rule is that OTC oximeters aye fairly accurate between 90 and 100%, but trauma below 89 are likely to be within that 8 percent uncertainty.

The OP thinks he can tell, by sniffing, if something is killing him or not.

aussie stuff said on Sat, 7 May 2022 at 06:00...

can u buy N-pentyl nitrite in a commercial popper ?

The Professor said on Sat, 7 May 2022 at 16:49...

Yes.

Back in the 60s, the prescription stuff in sealed glass ampoules was given the name 'amyl nitrite'
and they contained mixed isomers of amyl nitrite. There are 8 isomers of amyl alcohol, and only a few of them could be made in bulk.

The source for the mixed isomers was fusel oil, and the reactivity was about 75%.

All 8 isomers can be synthesized today, but it's quite a bit more expensive to artificially produce a molecule than it is to take waste from fermentation (fusel oil) and refine it.

N-Amyl nitrite is 72% reactive; it would be very difficult for a person to identify which is the 3% stringer one.

Billy said on Sun, 8 May 2022 at 07:57...

My stats fell to 80 oxygen 86 heartbeat soon after the Nth hit of GoldenCock n-butyl last year, measured by pulse oximeter. Not enough trippiness and too little oxygen. Probably my baseline libido/energy/fitness, was too low. It really wasn't fun! Trying to force an intense sexual experience and just having an intense episode of ill-health.

I don't think there is any difference between pentyl and butyl when it comes to making your blood oxygenation cave during prolonged session usage?

Billy said on Sun, 8 May 2022 at 07:58...

Heartbeat is normally 55-60.

The Professor said on Sun, 8 May 2022 at 16:02...

Poppers are the faucet, and your metabolism is the drain. Greatly exceed your drain's capabilities and the tub (your body) spills over.

The Professor said on Sun, 8 May 2022 at 16:14...

Quick report about pulseox, heart rate.

I'll be 60 in July. My testing hearsays is 76. In my youth, I was an athlete. In my 20-40s. I was very fit and active. Now I'm less fit.
Y saturation is typically 100. When ill it flips around to 95 or so.

I recently had a chance to do some comparisons. I was so deleted of energy reserves that I couldn't hold my arms up for more than a minute or so.

Is I forced it, my sats would drop sand heart rate increase.

At 95% my heart rate was 106 but I didn't notice it.

If I held until my sats droppedifound that the cliff edge for me is at 92% saturation, which shot my heartrate up to 136.

The Professor said on Sun, 8 May 2022 at 16:19...

Anonymous with friends in ER.

I ran your scenario by my brother (he's on the board of 6 hospitals in long Island).

He has not heard of that policy, and says it directly contradicts the ddx procedure.

In other words, your report is that your friends was told that supplementary O2 won't be given until there's a diagnosis. He said the first step in diagnosis is 'does the patient respond favorably to supplemental O2)

ric said on Wed, 11 May 2022 at 14:50...

Test

Ric said on Wed, 11 May 2022 at 14:54...

Can someone explain what Reaction Mass means on a poppers formula label. I recently discovered a bottle that I hadnít seen for years, and re-lived the same experience! SO HAPPY, but having bought three bottles, the other two just didnít have the same effect. Iím slightly concerned that I wonít reach the same buzz again. Can anyone advise? Thanks Ric

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