R Poppers is all about Rush, the most popular poppers brand available. And there is a good reason why so many of us – straight and gay alike – turn to Rush every weekend.
Rush makes sex great. Rush gives you a better orgasm. In fact, this big bottle of poppers makes so much difference that many of us never want to go without. Not that poppers are addictive; isobutyl nitrite, the stuff that gives you that special poppers rush, leaves the body quickly.
Isobutyl nitrite is not to be confused with amyl nitrate, and nitrites in general are not to be confused with nitrates. Amyl nitrate is a prescription-only drug. Rush poppers contain isobutyl nitrite, and so are freely available. Yes, nitrites are legal.
The first effect of Rush, or any good poppers, is to totally relax the muscles in your body. But also, poppers cause vasodilation, or relaxation of blood vessels.
This brings that nice, warm sensation and causes large amounts of oxygen-bearing blood to rush through your brain, so giving you that special “rush.”
The increase in oxygen leads to a sudden intensification of positive emotions, and this increases one’s lust and lack of inhibition, encouraging a sense of raw sexuality.
May be fatal if swallowed. Skin irritant and severe eye irritant. Highly flammable. Note that poppers is addictive.
Poppers primarily act as a vasodilator, which means that they expand the blood vessels. Having dilated blood vessels can cause:
- A sudden drop in blood pressure (too low, may cause fainting or a loss of consciousness)
- Increased heart rate
- Light headedness