To be fair, others say — not so much. But what does the science tell us about poppers? Have there been studies to examine their safety? And for that matter, do people still use them?
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Poppers is a common slang term for a range of chemical psychoactive drugs called alkyl nitrites, and in particular, the inhalant drug amyl nitrite. The most common type of poppers inhalant is amyl nitrite. It is often confused with amyl nitrate, which is, in fact, a different chemical with a similar name, often misspelled as amil nitrate. Poppers are also known as liquid gold, butyl nitrite, heart medicine, and room deodorizer.
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From relieving chest pain to cleaning pots and pans, the historic gay club drug has more uses than just relaxing your sphincter. Instead, as was theorized on a recent Autopsy, Last Hours of… episode about her death, she was using the ever-popular club drug to treat her heart and chest pain. A medicinal pop, if you will. That got me thinking: If poppers are just a simple vasodilator and a muscle relaxant — and nearly every organ and muscle in your body could benefit from a little extra blood flow and relaxation — what else could they be used for?
Crawley Police have seized a batch of poppers thinking — incorrectly — that they were covered by the new blanket ban on legal highs. But what exactly are poppers? For the benefit of Crawley police officers and others, The Independent offers this guide. They are substances in the group of chemicals known as alkyl nitrites. Originally amyl nitrites were used. Now isopropyl nitrite tends to be more common. Poppers are usually sold in small bottles, in the form of liquids that produce a vapour that can be inhaled. They can be found for sale in some joke shops, as well as sex shops, and occasionally in pubs tobacconists, music stores, and clothes shops. Users often report getting warm sensations and flushed faces.