Popper is a commonly-used term referring to a certain category of drugs, which is alkyl nitrites. Poppers are used to increase the time of sexual pleasure as well as feeling euphoria, high or rush. Four main alkyl nitrites are used as poppers, including butyl nitrite, isopropyl nitrite, isobutyl nitrite, and amyl nitrite. Poppers are also known as TNT, Rock, Thrust, Hard, Liquid Gold, Amyls and Ram.[summary]Poppers are not likely to show on drug tests, as alkyl nitrites are not included amongst the substances people are tested for, which usually include opioids (narcotics)and amphetamines.[/summary]
How do poppers work
Being alkyl nitrites, poppers work through 2 effects, including vasodilation of blood vessels, and releasing nitric acid, resulting in decreasing blood pressure, and relaxing the involuntary muscles. That’s why poppers are considered for sexual pleasure and feeling rush-head, as they can cause the sphincter muscle of the anus to relax; as well as causing an abrupt dropping in blood pressure.
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How long do poppers stay in your system
As mentioned above, alkyl nitrites are a group of drugs. Therefore, to know how long poppers can stay in your system, we at first need to know what poppers you administer. The reason is that each alkyl nitrite has a different half-life. Half-life refers to the period your body takes to get rid of 50% the administered dose.
For example, amyl nitrites have a half-life of 1 hour, and there is another substance named methemoglobin results from amyl nitrite in the body. The later has a half-life of 1 hour, which means that up to 12 hours post-administration, amyl-nitrites-containing peepers are likely to stay in your system.
Furthermore, other factors can significantly affect the duration poppers stay in your system. Those factors differ from a person to another, including:
- Your age
- Your body mass
- Whether you’re a mild or a chronic user of poppers
- Your metabolic rate of drugs. That determines the rate of poppers elimination from your system.
How long are poppers detectable
Generally, up to 72 hours post –administration, poppers are likely detectable in your urine, and within a few hours – up to 1-day poppers are likely detectable in your blood. However, how long poppers exactly are detectable in body parts is entirely depending on what type of poppers you administer.
How are poppers stored in the body
After sniffing, poppers are readily absorbed through lungs reaching the bloodstream, and so they are distributed to different body parts. Within 1 minute post-absorption of amyl-nitrites-containing poppers, their effects begin.
Within the half-life of each alkyl nitrite contained in the poppers you administer, around 60%-65% of the administered dose is metabolized in the liver; while around 30%-35% is eliminated in the urine.
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