Nitrous Oxide: 215 Years, From Humphry Davy To Hippie Crack.

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Terry Gotham

largeNitrous oxide, also referred to as Laughing Gas has a particularly interesting history, being one of the only drugs beside cannabis & alcohol that people still use in similar forms/dosages to centuries ago. It’s on the WHO Model List of Essential medicines because of its use in surgery & dentistry, it’s what the NoS tanks in Fast & the Furious cars use for that video game style speed boosts & it’s been used recreationally by half a million people in the UK alone. Nitrous has been shown to be relatively harmless from a neurotoxicity perspective. The issue with most users developing hypoxia is related to their using “whippets” instead of medical grade Nitrous. While medical grade Nitrous has oxygen mixed into it, chargers do not. Hence the potential for harm if you’re getting the stuff you can get at Zabars instead of having it be administered by someone with medical or…

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2 comments on “Nitrous Oxide: 215 Years, From Humphry Davy To Hippie Crack.

  1. Pingback: Global Drug Survey 2015 Results | Burners.Me: Me, Burners and The Man

  2. I recommend PureWhip nitrous cartridges. The various other brands fluctuate on their nitrous content. I used to do 100 – 150 cartridges in a session to really explore the effects. Most people like to do whipits with friends, but it’s a much more interesting experience if you’re alone. But make sure you turn off your phone and lock the door and have no one who might want to drop by unexpectedly.

    Don’t use a cracker with a balloon, use the whip cream dispenser and inhale directly off that.

    For me, after years of regular use, one day nitrous just stopped really working on me. I’d still get that weird liquid-felling of intoxication, but none of the benefits. So I just stopped doing them. But it was fun at the time.

    It was great for BM – I’d bring a 1,000 cartridges to share.

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