The Poppers: For whom? Why?

3 Mar 2022 | Manual, Poppers

Why use poppers?


Whether for festive use or during sex, poppers are your ally to spend evenings as intense as they are memorable!

A short explanation of the benefits of Poppers in a few lines!


The Poppers in the context of sexual intercourse


Poppers is a vasodilator (yes the word is not very funny but believe me, in fact it is very pleasant…).

Indeed, the nitrites contained in these small magic vials allow the soft muscles to relax, promote relaxation and facilitate penetration.

The Poppers also greatly contributes to disinhibition and letting go, it is the ideal ally during your torrid evenings and allows you to fully enjoy your intimate relationships!

Poppers for festive use


Widely used in the party world, Poppers are also a great way to treat yourself to short moments of euphoria during your evenings!

One puff and you will be intoxicated by a feeling of happiness and drunkenness, enough to make the most of the music and the atmosphere of your evenings!

However, an important point remains to be addressed: Is Poppers addictive? Is it dangerous ?

Let’s bust this myth right away! The poppers are generally not addictive, they are rather considered as an ally during your sexual or recreational moments. Unlike alcohol or cigarettes, our little magic vial is not listed as dangerous or addictive.

Poppers, if consumed in the right way, do not represent any danger (I let you take a look at our great article “how to consume Poppers”), you should nevertheless avoid consuming it if you are:

  • Asthmatic
  • Pregnant
  • Cardiac
  • In poor general health


Hoping that this short article will have brought you a little more information in your discovery of this great product (provided it is of high quality, but the question does not arise on PoppersPlanet 😉 )!


Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information,


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In the event of an accident, or if a person does not feel well after taking Poppers, we remind you of the useful information:

Emergency call number: 0800 23 13 13 (from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., free call from a landline).

As a reminder:

  • Do not multiply the inhalations in a short period of time (risk of overdose)
  • In case of headache and/or dizziness, stop inhalation and go to fresh air
  • Never use poppers near a flame. The product is highly flammable
  • Avoid liquid contact with mucous membranes, especially nose, mouth and eyes. This can cause burns and/or dry skin