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After the Gold Rush...The Nitrites and the Damage Done!

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Topic created by Billy
on Thu, 14 Jul 2022 at 19:21

Billy said on Thu, 14 Jul 2022 at 19:21...

There's a lesson here somewhere:


The Professor said on Thu, 14 Jul 2022 at 21:28...

First lesson would be 'don't drink poison'

Liquid Old said on Fri, 15 Jul 2022 at 12:03...

Sounds like a song ???

Anonymous said on Fri, 15 Jul 2022 at 13:54...

Nothing new here.....methylene blue is the antidote to methe anemia and both drinking and/or inhaling poppers will cause methe anemia.

Drinking does it faster.

The amount of sodium nitrite used to make one 10 ml vial of poppers....about 7 grams...will also kill you if you ate it. They kill pigs with it. Usually, it drops your blood pressure so low you die.

What this ER report doesn't state is what is the BEST and SAFEST popper when used frequently. There are no comparative studies done on humans.....all we know is that amyl nitrite(not butyl or isobutyl) was sold OTC for 9 years because the FDA and Merck said it had a strong safety record.

The Professor said on Fri, 15 Jul 2022 at 18:54...

methylene blue CAN be an antidote; it's one of several choices available, depending on other circumstances.

Why try to bend every single post into an advertisement for Amyl, kEN?

When a human being replies to a post, it's usually in response to the post's Topic (alkyl nitrite toxicity in this case. a reader usually expects either additional content, agreement, disagreement or some type of humorous response perhaps.

What they DON'T expect (or appreciate) is a known click-baiting liar jumping into their conversation and making it about THEM, with some fantasy agenda about how they are they only one in the universe that understands anything.

That's EXACTLY what double scorpio's chemist meant when he told you that you talk in a way that makes it SEEM like you know what you are doing, when you are in fact just a waste of time.

Popperasswipe said on Sun, 17 Jul 2022 at 17:01...

The truth is the truth!!! Why does the Professor constantly avoid the truth???

The link stated they used methylene blue to cure the methe anemia and yet he implies there are other cures, but doesn't mention them.

The truth about script amyl nitrite is well known and easy to find online.

The Professor said on Sun, 17 Jul 2022 at 17:40...

This is the umpteenth time that this character mentions how easy it is to 'find the truth' online.

Also, this is the umpteenth time that he has taken an article that has no bearing on the topic, and 'worked' it into his imagination, came up with a false opinion, and posted it as reality.

Every single chemist he comes in contact with has noticed the inept ideas and procedures and failures that he calls experience, yet he shrugs them ALL off.

The issue isn't with the internet; the issue is a trolling, click-baiting lyer trying to manipulate the truth to fit his agenda.

in the case of methemoglibinemia, I didn't get into the minutia because it isn't relevant to the OP's question. I don't go off on tangents trying to convince evryone what I know, and that I'm a 'specialist' like you do, i just attempt to answer questions, to the best of my knowledge, and as objectively as I can


methylene blue is a very effective treatment; depending on actual blood saturation levels, something like ascorbic acid can turn things around. Particularly if a patient is sensitive to methylene blue.

Some cases of Met-heme are slight, and concentrated Oxygen is all that's required.

Yes, the truth is the truth, and a compulsive, desperate liar doesn't respect the difference

Wenis said on Tue, 20 Dec 2022 at 08:57...

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We gotta dang WALTER WHITE and JESSE PINKMEN over here omg lol fits PERFECT !!!!!

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