Some Facts About Poppers

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Poppers are commonly known as alkyl nitrate and it could be usually found in liquid chemical form in a small bottle. Aside from alkyl nitrate poppers, those from amyl nitrite could also be used as an alternative.

Here are the Top Ten facts that you should know about poppers:

Poppers Fact #1. Usually, poppers are inhaled as a recreational drug in parties and certain events that would require fun as a requirement.Poppers  Some Facts About Poppers

Poppers Fact #2. The term poppers were coined when amyl nitrite, an alternative nitrite, was introduced to the public for its medical purposes. It was packaged in small glass capsules with melted glass stem at the top which could be broken off or popped so you can release its contents.

Poppers Fact #3. In the United States, it is illegal to sell this drug for recreational use. It may be legal to buy poppers, possess or use it recreationally but selling it is illegal. Currently, there are restrictions on its sale in non-US jurisdiction.

Poppers Fact #4. Its vasodilatory effect to the human body is one of the major reasons why it is used recreationally. The term vasodilation means that the blood vessels dilate and therefore improving anal sex and heightens male orgasm. This kind of drug is known to have aromas with aphrodisiac properties.

Poppers Fact #5. Advertising about poppers are centered on the activity of sexually active gay men. However, reports have shown that nowadays, they are also used by straight men and women. This makes it more popular as a sexual enhancement.

Poppers Fact #6. This drug as a recreational drug is not new in the modern setting. During the late 60s and 70s, it began growing commercially. According to Time Magazine, by 1977, it already became a $50 million/year business.

Poppers Fact #7. The business associated with this drug is not always high because back in the 80s and the early 90s, it took a downturn because of AIDS and the anti-poppers legislation. It is also believed that its temporary pitfall was due to general exhaustion.

Poppers Fact #8. Hank Wilson formed the Committee to Monitor Poppers in 1981 so he can find evidence against its use as a recreational drug. During the same year, an FDA-issued report claimed that this drug has no demonstrable hazards so there is no reason for it to be banned. For ten years, the debate about this drug went on and finally in 1991, it was banned in the United States.

Poppers Fact #9. In the past five years, there is a significant increase in the use of this drug because it is made available in the internet. Because of the ban in 1991, the black market has opened up for the consumers.

Poppers Fact #10. Rushbrands, a company by Joseph Miller, is considered to be the largest producer of this drug in the U.S. Rushbrands and Joseph Miller also authored a website that aims to promote poppers as a recreational drug and disclose other facts about the drug that are not known to many.

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2 Responses to “Some Facts About Poppers”

  1. Colin says:
    July 24th, 2012 at 9:06 am

    Can women use poppers if so how does it effect them sexually do they become horny???

  2. poppers says:
    September 10th, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    yes, works with women as well.

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