Poppers Colt Fuel (Pentyle Nitrite)
Poppers Colt Fuel is a strong poppers for an exciting experiences during sexual intercourse. The “poppers” experience can be very pleasurable and greatly enhance sexual pleasure, it is used as a recreational drug. You can get a short head rush and an increased heart rate.
Poppers Colt Fuel contains Pentyle Nitrite and belongs to the group of “fast” poppers which start to act in 2-3 minutes.
This substance is highly flammable. Keep it out of sunlight, away from heat, sparks or flame. Never swallow or inhale for long time content of the bottle. Avoid prolonged inhalation of vapor. Avoid contact with skin as it can cause irritation. In case of contact with eyes or skin wash them with plenty of water and get prompt medical attention. If swallowed give one or two glasses of water or milk, induce vomiting and get medical attention. Do not take with alcohol and other exciting substances.Poppers can affect your judgment. If you are planning on being intimate, put on a condom before you use them. Air the room after you have used it. Withdrawal symptoms include sweating, rapid pulse, hand tremors, insomnia, nausea or vomiting, hallucinations, and, in severe cases, grand mal seizures.
Do not use poppers if you have anemia, narrow angle glaucoma, in case you are pregnant, have problems with heart and liver, suffer with high blood pressure.
Possible side effects
There is no known side effects for this drug if you follow the directions.
Poppers and viagra as a dangerous combination has not necessarily been established. The blood-pressure lowering effects of nitrites could interact dangerously with Viagra.
This drug is used when needed so missed dose is not supposed.
If you got too much of the poppers you can experience fall in blood pressure (hypotension) and accelerated heart rate (tachycarpia), weakness, dizziness and fainting, throbbing headache. In this case, remove the victim from concentrated exposure, place subject in horizontal position, and symptoms will promptly disappear. Excessive use of nitrites can cause anaemia. Chronic inhalant use may result in serious and sometimes irreversible damage to the user's heart, liver, kidneys, lungs, and brain. Withdrawal symptoms include sweating, rapid pulse, hand tremors, insomnia, nausea or vomiting, hallucinations, and, in severe cases, grand mal seizures.
Storage and warning
Store at temperatures below 30 C in the original packaging. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. The substance is highly flammable, take it away from heat, sparks or flame.
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