Verywell.com Inappropriately Calls Poppers Psychoactive Drug

Poppers have been inappropriately called psychoactive drugs. It is common in the hazy world of illicit drugs and compounds for information on said substances...

New Risk Found in Unregulated Poppers Formulations

Products that do not contain alkyl nitrites are being sold as “poppers”. It’s a growing trend that requires clarification on nitrites and other compounds...

Including Alkyl Nitrites on an Addictions Page is Misleading

Misinformation on Nitrites is Everywhere It is disheartening to think about the vast amount of misinformation floating around out there, especially when it is in...

Origins of Poppers As a Recreational Inhalant

Poppers have a history that is mired in misinformation regarding the effects they have on people’s health and psyche. The majority of articles online...

The Exaggerated Medical Research Damning Poppers, Including Isopropyl Nitrite

Alkyl Nitrite Poppers Have Been Vilified by Several Roots of Misinformation For over 40 Years All over the web one finds articles about the devastating...

Poppers and the Media: The Facts About Poppers Online

Discussion about poppers online and in the media often presents confusing and contradictory information. What is the basis of this media confusion? Some of...

Are Poppers a Psychoactive Substance?

According to the respected PoppersGuide.com, modern science has yet to investigate or explain the psychoactive effects of “Poppers”.  The current claim is that this...

Are Poppers Safe to Use? Government Report Clears Up Any Confusion.

Recent attempts by the UK government to ban various substances under the nitrite, or “poppers” as they’re called by users, have once again raised...

Diverse Groups Use Poppers: Understanding the Modern View on Alkyl Nitrites

Mainstream Media Regurgitates Misinformed & Biased Articles from the Past A quick search on the internet about Poppers will most likely reveal a treasure trove...