Amyl nitrosum, also called Amyl nitrite is the chemical compound with the formula C5H11ONO.
Amyl nitrite is employed medically to treat heart diseases such as angina. It is also used as an inhalant drug that induces a brief euphoric state, and when combined with other intoxicant stimulant drugs such as cocaine or ecstasy (see MDMA), the euphoric state intensifies and is prolonged. Once some stimulative drugs wear off, a common side effect is a period of depression or anxiety, colloquially called a “come down”; amyl nitrite is sometimes used to combat these negative after-effects. This effect, combined with its dissociative effects, has led to its use as a recreational drug (see poppers).
Helps sexual life, depression issues and respiratory problems.
Prolonged huffing of amyl nitrate can cause more serious symptoms. The individual may experience dizziness, fatigue, a pounding headache, nausea and vomiting, and might even fall into a coma. Memory problems, confusion, difficulty concentrating, disorientation, fright, panic, delirium and hallucinations can occur. These psychological reactions can lead to risky or violent behavior.
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Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amyl_nitrite#Applications