In 1990, a decree banned poppers based on butyl nitrite and pentyl nitrite. Other nitrites remain approved for sale and consumption. Swallowing poppers (instead of inhaling the steam) can cause cyanosis, methemoglobinemia, loss of consciousness, coma, and complications that lead to death.      [full citation required] Accidental aspiration of amyl or butyl nitrites can cause lipoid pneumonia.  There is no evidence that poppers are physically or psychologically addictive. Today, it is a sexual or euphoric stimulant. This product belongs to both men and women. For a long time, associated with the gay community, today the sex gap has been bridged. Some gays don`t take them with them or discover poppers very late.
However, other young heterosexuals have been big fans of the glass bottle since they came of age. Poppers no longer have a label, it`s a product of pleasure for everyone! During the Vietnam War, American soldiers inhaled poppers to relieve their respiratory problems due to the smoke from their weapons. In the 19th century, it was a medicine for heart problems. You rarely get a new law that criminalizes the lifestyle choices of gay men, but the Legal Highs Bill comes in the book of law While alkyl nitrites are technically legal in most places, they carry risks and can have extremely dangerous side effects, similar to Viagra. We found that popper use was not associated with an increased risk of contracting HIV. This gives pharmacists the opportunity to have a conversation with potential Poppers users before purchasing. The discussion could include information on side effects, drug interactions and safe use practices. Popper is a colloquial term commonly given to drugs of the chemical class called alkyl nitrites that are inhaled.
Among the best-selling products are the original isoamyl nitrite or isopentyl nitrite and isopropyl nitrite. Isobutyl nitrite is also widely used, but banned in the European Union. In some countries, poppers are labeled or packaged as room air fresheners, leather polish, nail polish removers or videotape head cleaners to circumvent anti-drug laws. Poppers are also legal in the United States and are often purchased online and in-store. But from April 2016, something incredibly indigenous will be turned into an illegal substance. This week, the bill to ban “legal highs” passed third reading. It is now intended for the Code of Law and the application of the law thereafter. It is possible that the government will review banned substances after the ban, but even if it does, there will be a deadline for a ban. Possession is not illegal, but delivery may be a criminal offence. In 2013, the Council of State, the high judicial authority, decided to annul the 2011 decree after having annulled the 1990 decree a few years earlier before François Fillon`s law. The Council of State decides that poppers do not pose a threat to health.
Given the low average consumption per person, the short-lasting effects of the product and the absence of physical and psychological dependence, poppers are again allowed to sell and consume in France. Poppers have a very strong solvent smell. You should not taste the poppers, swallowing is very dangerous. Because poppers increase blood flow and can relax the walls of the anus and vagina, some people take it during sex. Poppers are legal to sell, but only as products that are not intended for human consumption. For this reason, they are often sold as “room odorizers” and “leather cleaners”. Although amyl nitrite is known for its practical therapeutic uses, the first documented case of recreational use dates back to 1964.   The Poppers` “madness” began in the early 1970s in the gay male community in gay bars, nightclubs, and public baths.   It was pharmaceutically packaged and sold in fragile glass ampoules wrapped in cloth casings that, crushed or “slammed” in the fingers, released amyl nitrite to inhale, hence the familiar poppers.  The term extends to the drug in any form, as well as to other drugs with similar effects, for example butyl nitrite, which is packaged in small bottles under various trade names. It is illegal to sell poppers as an inhalant in Australia, and in 2018, the government requested that alkyl nitrites be considered dangerous like heroin and cocaine. The LGBT+ community saw this as a step backwards for gay rights. Antoine-Jérôme Balard discovers poppers, more precisely amyl nitrite. This is the scientific name of the Poppers. Poppers are then used as medicine. Today, there are four different nitrites: amyl, propyl, pentyl and butyl. As poppers are known for their intimate or festive use, they have been the result of many controversies. In particular, with regard to its legality. These issues have therefore been examined by the courts and by scientists. Poppers are legal in Australia, and from 2020, poppers can be purchased as a List 3 substance in pharmacies or as a List 4 substance with prescription.  This would mean, if an order has been made, that these places have an additional obligation to prevent boys from using poppers.