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Topic created by Bill & Ben
on Wed, 24 May 2006 at 19:31
Bill & Ben, Wed, 24 May 2006 at 19:31
You guys heard about this Thunderbolt spray?
Martha, Thu, 25 May 2006 at 13:44
Never heard of it, if it's a spray then it's not poppers. Must be for something else?
Mr Jingles, Thu, 25 May 2006 at 23:42
R U talking ethyl chloride? I think that's it? If so, this is where poppers cross the river into serious DANGER! This is nasty stuff and can kill y'all. KEEP AWAY! It used to have another trade name - never heard of Thunderbolt. We had Balck Jac in a local store
Anonymous, Fri, 26 May 2006 at 08:53
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans
A 30-year-old white male was found dead in a locked apartment with a rag held loosely in his mouth. Four cans (3 empty, 1 partially empty) containing ethyl chloride and labeled as VCR head cleaner were found next to the body.
Mr Jingles, Fri, 26 May 2006 at 17:43
Black Jac, Maximum Impact, Thunderbolt (new one) etc....
Sometimes referred to as "Duster". Similar to poppers, ethyl chloride is also used as an inhalant (huffed) during sexual activity for an intense several-minute-long high that results in a prolonged orgasm.
People breathing its vapors at less than 1% concentration in air usually experience no symptoms. At higher concentrations, victims usually exhibit symptoms similar to those of alcohol intoxication. Breathing its vapors at 15% or higher is often fatal.
Some studies have reported that prolonged exposure can produce liver or kidney damage, or uterine cancer in mice.
Mr Jingles, Sat, 27 May 2006 at 09:52
A 2-year bioassay performed by the NTP indicated that inhaled ethyl chloride is carcinogenic in female mice and may be carcinogenic in rats. Female mice experienced a significant increase in the incidence of uterine tumors and hepatocellular tumors, but the data on male mice were considered inadequate BECAUSE OF A LOW SURVIVAL RATE. Benign and malignant epithelial neoplasms of the skin, and three uncommon malignant astorcyomas of the brain, were reported in male and female rats, respectively
DANGER!, Sat, 27 May 2006 at 10:08
THIS STUFF IS DANGEROUS!
Long term abuse of high chloroethane concentrations causes the most adverse effects of chloroethane exposure, namely,those to the nervous system. In the worst recorded cases of chloroethane abuse by sniffing, the abusers have had severe symptoms including jerking eye movements, an inability to control musclesin voluntary movements, difficulty in speaking clearly, an inability to perform finger tapping exercises, sluggish lower limb reflexes, seizures, difficulties in walking, disorientation, short-termmemory loss, and hallucinations affecting their sight and hearing. In one case, damage to motor andsensory nerves occurred.
Human patients have died after breathing chloroethane concentrations high enough to induceanesthesia. Dogs have suffered irregular heart rhythms, followed by death, when given anestheticdoses of chloroethane.
Due to the risk of accidental death, chloroethane is no longer medically used as a general anesthetic during major surgery. Chloroethane can, however, be applied to theskin in the form of chloroethane spray as a numbing agent prior to minor surgery. If this spray is applied for too long, frostbite can result. Some adults have had allergic reactions to the chloroethane spray while others experienced mild pain after being sprayed for 10 seconds.Studies have shown that chloroethane can enhance the effects of alcohol in rats. It is unknown ifsimilar interactions between chloroethane and alcohol occur in humans.It is not known whether chloroethane produces cancer in humans. However, long-term exposureto high levels of chloroethane vapor has been shown to produce cancer in mice. There have beenno animal or human studies involving the ability of chloroethane to cause cancer when either eaten orapplied to the skin. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has reviewed
Mr Jingles - VCR Cleaner!, Sat, 27 May 2006 at 10:44
CASE REPORT - A 41-year-old man presented to the ED with drowsiness, tremor, weakness, ataxia, and visual hallucinations. Various diagnostic tests, including CT scan, MRI, lumbar puncture, and serum ethanol and urine drug screens, were negative. Two days after hospital admission, the patient admitted intentionally inhaling up to 2 VCR head cleaner canisters, containing ethyl chloride, over a 4- to 5-hour period up to several times each week. The patient stated that weakness, shakiness, and an inability to walk would occasionally occur following heavy inhalant abuse, with the symptoms persisting for several days. With supportive care, the patient gradually recovered (Finch & Lobo, 2005).
Dead Young Adult, Sat, 27 May 2006 at 10:46
During hospital treatment, a young adult who was discovered unresponsive following recreational ethyl chloride abuse had a 200 mg/L serum concentration of ethyl chloride; he was pronounced dead after 1 hour of resuscitative measures, and postmortem blood tests yielded a level of 650 mg/L ethyl chloride(Baselt, 2000).
Jewish Mama, Sat, 27 May 2006 at 22:58
Sounds awful. I thought this board (bored) was about poppers? ANYONE? What is your point? I have never heard about anything called Thunderbolt - we know all the poppers brands....Martha sells them all in her seaside shop. Rush, from PWD, has been around since the 70's!!
PamAm, Sun, 28 May 2006 at 07:52
Poppers are sold as video head cleaner in Australia http://www.dungeonwarehouse.com.au/headspin/entry.htm
Nurse Sy Philis, Mon, 29 May 2006 at 07:08
Rush, from PWD, has been around since the 70's!!
AND? syphilis has been around since the dawn of time; does not mean it is a good thing! Inhaling chemicals is obviously DUMB!!!!!!
Anonymous, Mon, 29 May 2006 at 16:13
LMAO!!! Nurse Sy, was your mammy's maiden name Clap?
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