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When using any substance, whether you are a newbie or a connoisseur, it is important to learn as much as possible about the product prior to consuming it.
When it comes to poppers, there is much that is both known and unknown, so read further to learn about poppers in general, and more specifically, the brand Rush.
Rush contains the chemical isobutyl nitrite, which is often confused with amyl nitrate. These chemicals produce pretty much the same effects, which include a feeling of relaxation (especially around the anal muscles), euphoria, dizziness, and an increased libido.
Commonly referred to as 'amyl' because of the well-known chemical named 'amyl nitrate', poppers also go by numerous other popular names. These include leather cleaner, Jungle Juice, JJ, amyl, video head cleaner, etc. Poppers may also be referred to by their actual product or brand name. These can include: Colt Fuel, Man Scent, Iron Horse, Amsterdam Special, Lockerroom, Ram, and Rush.
Rush poppers are one of the most well known and most prevalently used brand of poppers on the market today. Rush poppers are manufactured by Pac West Distributing (PWD) a premium manufacturer and supplier of poppers products. The certified name of their product is ‘Rush Incense Liquid’, and it is marketed and sold within more than one hundred countries around the world.
Rush 30ml poppers are known for their supreme purity, power and strength. Rush made its entrance into the California market over forty years ago and it continues to be one of PWD’s best-selling liquid popper aromas.
A Brief History of Poppers
Amyl nitrite was developed in the year 1844 by a scientist named Antoine Balard, who reported that the vapor of the drug actually gave him a bad headache and made him lightheaded.
Over the following few years, physicians caught on to the drug’s ability to lower blood pressure as well as relieve angina pectoris, a common symptom of cardiac disease.
In as early as the late 1800s, the rush of blood in amyl nitrite users was discovered to increase men’s sexual excitement.
For a long period of time, Jungle Juice or poppers were described as a gay drug. This was due to the fact that many gay men found it increased their libido and also loosened anal muscles to make anal sex easier and more pleasurable.
In more recent years, people of all different ages and sexual orientations use poppers. This is largely related to their use at festivals, bush doofs, and raves.
So, is Rush a Drug?
A drug is defined as a “medicine or other substance which has a physiological effect when ingested or otherwise introduced into the body”.
So, yes; Rush most certainly is a drug! Poppers fall into a class of drug known as depressants. This means that following from the use of a depressant, the messages traveling between the user’s brain and body become slowed. Poppers also act as vasodilators; this means that blood vessels dilate, and the involuntary smooth muscles begin to relax. The effects of Rush can be felt as quickly as 30 seconds following use, and they last for about two to three minutes (though this can differ between individuals – everybody reacts differently to different things). The factors that affect how a person reacts to a drug can be categorized into ‘Set and Setting’, a model coined by Timothy Leary (famous advocate of psychedelic drugs) in 1964 and then later, in 1984 by Norman Earl Zinberg (a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist). These factors affect how a person reacts to and experiences a drug.
‘Set’ refers to a person’s mindset when taking the drug. This doesn’t simply refer to their mood; it also includes their entire mental state, as well as temperamental dispositions, life experiences, thoughts, and expectations about the drug. Set can even include things like a person’s religion or spiritual beliefs; anything to do with who a person is and what they believe, think, or feel can affect their drug experience. Because a person’s mindset can dramatically affect how they experience a drug, it is important to take note of how you are feeling before using one: What are your expectations? Do you have any anxieties? If you are in an extremely low mood, using drugs can sometimes make that mood worse. Pay attention to your mind state to ensure the best experience possible!
‘Setting’ is exactly how it sounds: it is a person’s physical and social environment. This can include things like the people you are with, the vibe that those people give off, the atmosphere of the place you are in, whether you are too warm or too cold, the music that is playing, or even things like the weather. If you are at a fun party and are comfortable with the people you are with, it is likely that you will have a better experience. If you are uncomfortable, anxious, or stressed in your environment, this can lead to a negative experience. Even something like your temperature is important; pay attention to make sure you are not too cold or overheating. Overheating can happen in places like festivals or parties, when you have consumed a drug, have been dancing, not drinking enough water, when the weather is warm, or if you are around a lot of people. Overheating on certain drugs can be dangerous; in some cases, it can be indicative of an overdose, or can lead to death. Feeling cold (if you or someone is shivering or complaining to others that you are too cold) can also be indicative of an overdose.
Whilst drug overdoses are rare, it is important to always pay attention to your body when consuming drugs. Drink a balanced amount of water (not too much!) make sure you aren’t overheating, pick a good group of people to party or play with, and keep an eye on your friends. When we look out for each other, we can stay safer!
Some other factors that can affect how poppers may affect you include:
The method of drug administration for poppers (meaning how the drug enters into the body) is through inhaling. Poppers are inhaled to produce their effects; they are NOT to be smoked, swallowed, snorted, or injected. If swallowed, poppers can be fatal. They can also burn if they come into direct contact with the eyes or skin, so act with caution.
Poppers are not an addictive drug and you will typically not experience any dependence on it. There also will usually not be any specific withdrawal symptoms experienced. However, the person using it may need a few days for their bodies to adjust without it.
The Side Effects of Poppers
So, what are the side effects of Poppers
As talked about above, poppers are used for the euphoric or intoxicated feeling, or for enhanced sexual excitement.
However, it is important to remember that poppers are still a drug that can cause a few different side effects including:
On top of the side effects of the blood pressure changes, the drug can also cause the following issues and effects:
Anyone with issues regarding their blood pressure, heart, glaucoma, or anemia should completely avoid using the drug altogether.
To conclude, Rush (and poppers in general) can be a great way to relax, chill out, or spice up your sex life. When used responsibly and with caution, poppers can provide a thrilling experience. Rush poppers are available in both 30ml and 10ml sizes. You can also enjoy our bulk pricing discounts which are as follows:
Have fun and stay safe!
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