Liquid Gold Poppers - Poppers online
Our aim here at Liquid Gold Poppers is to offer you and all our customers an unrivalled shopping experience and to impress you with our speed, efficiency and dedicated customer service. We use the latest online
technologies for simple, secure and intuitive shopping and hope that you are guided through your purchases with us effortlessly whether on your mobile,
laptop or desktop PC.
Why we believe Liquid Gold Poppers should be your first and only choice when buying poppers online:
- We offer a genuine moneyback guarantee to have the cheapest poppers online.
- We stock a large range of big brand poppers which include favourites: Liquid Gold, Pure Gold, XL Gold, Kink and English.
- We feature a 100% genuine verified customer review system to help you decide on the the best poppers for you.
- Simplified ordering and re-ordering process, so that you can buy the strong poppers you love with the greatest of ease and convenience.
- Super fast delivery. All orders dispatched the same day - Mon-Fri when ordering before 3pm.
Isopropyl nitrates, more commonly known as ‘Poppers’ are predominantly used as a sexual enhancer largely due to their ability to relax soft tissue muscles in the body,
specifically those found in the vagina and anus. Many poppers reviews state users experience an increase in libido, enhanced vaginal and anal sexual pleasure, and the
ability to maintain erections for longer.
The science: Isopropyl nitrates are part of the Amyl nitrates family and contain nitric oxide which dilates blood vessels in the body. When inhaled, the nitric oxide
decreases blood pressure and increases blood flow, causing the almost instantaneous relaxation of smooth muscles in the body. It also causes a temporary increased heart rate,
which in turn causes the familiar light headedness and facial flushing associated with a perceived temporary high.
Are there different types of chemicals in poppers?
No. Isopropyl Nitrate is the only chemical that you will find in your favourite legal poppers. Over the decades, the nitrates in poppers have been changed many times, primarily for legality.
The last major change was from Isobutyl Nitrate which was banned via EU law in 2007. The formula was then changed to the current Isopropyl Nitrate - a chemical family member of the Nitrates. Isopropyl (Nitrate C3H7NO3) is a colourless liquid.
Very simply, you open the bottle, let it stand in the required area and allow the aroma to develop. This is the safest and suggested method of use.
Historically Poppers were inhaled directly from a vial that popped when opened, hence the street name. This however, possessed risks that included chemical burns around the nose and mouth and throat irritations.
The legal warning on all Isopropyl Nitrate Poppers states: May cause toxic effects if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Inhalation or contact with material may irritate or burn skin and eyes.
Do not inhale contents directly from the bottle.
Which are the strongest Poppers?
In terms of the chemical composition and strength, all Poppers are the same. Manufacturers may not like this as almost every bottle we stock has a reference to strength - somewhere.
All aromas have the same strength. They are in fact the same chemical. The real difference is the bottling and storing processes of the manufacturer – just think of your favourite alcoholic drink to help bring this
into context. Most beers sit around the 5% alcoholic content, with spirits usually around 40%. Yet we all have our prefered tipple. The strengths are almost identical, however they have different effects
and pleasure ratings depending on the drinker. The differences in Poppers manufacture, although small are noticeable to our customers and do make a difference on their prefered brand.
We are constantly asked which is the strongest? Or what should you look for when choosing your aroma? Sincerely preference is the only real difference. Some of our customers are more sensitive to the different
processes than others and can tell the difference with their eyes closed. To others the only difference is in their preference to packaging be it subtle or loud. Our most popular is Liquid Gold.
Are Poppers used by men and women?
In a word yes. Very much so. Poppers have both male and female admirers. We at Liquid Gold Poppers have a very equal mix of male and female consumers who purchase on a regular basis from us.
Poppers Online and the failed 2016 UK government ban
Poppers were set to be banned in the UK on the 6th April 2016 - meaning the supply of Poppers online or in shops in the UK would have become a criminal offence under the psychoactive
substances bill. It was proposed that no-one would be breaking a law by possessing poppers, but anyone selling it to them would be subject to criminal charges.
Thankfully as a result of a legal battle, huge support from the poppers community (including government ministers), and a report from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, the ban
was overturned at the last minute. The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs report stated that the sale of poppers should continue as alkyl nitrates are not a psychoactive substances.
And in the ACMD’s view, alkyl nitrites aka poppers do not fall within the scope of the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016.
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