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Do any of you fine guys know where a leather-cleaner enthusiast can find products like Jungle Juice, Rush, Rochefort and the like in Canada? They seem to have disappeared from retail outlets, so if anyone has any ideas about how I can find some (a legit internet source, for example) I'd appreciate you letting me know.

 

Free BJs to anyone who successfully helps me out, LOL!!!

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Hey Mike,

 

Sadly a couple months ago some curmudgeon in the middle of nowhere complained to Health Canada that a sex shop was selling poppers, which technically had been illegal since the eighties but which have been sold openly forever. This sent our government in a tizzy and they mobilized a police intervention unparalleled to this day with the intention to seize all remaining poppers in the land and make sure that border officials, port authorities and import checkpoints are aware of the fact. It is very likely that if you order poppers online they will be seized at the border.

 

To this point there is no proper research that proves that poppers are as harmful as they once thought. In the eighties, a well meaning doctor ventured the theory that it was poppers what had brought AIDS unto the gay community and without any proper research they were demonized and banned. If you are interested in letting Health Canada know that you are a poppers user and that they should get out of your business, you can sign a petition online. All sex shop owners and poppers aficionados believe this was just a clerical mistake that can be fixed by us, the people.

 

Good luck on your search, though!

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Thanks for the link, Daverwr, but alas, that company is in the UK and has neither a physical address nor a telephone number listed, which would make me quite hesitant about sending my credit card info to them. As well, they state, "(Regarding customs): Products are marked on the customs declaration as 'room odourisers'...Very occasionally parcels may be opened by customs, so it is your responsibility to check the legality of importing isopropyl nitrite in your jurisdiction."

 

There are too many red flags for me to use that site without other Daddy members' assurances of past, successful transactions with world-aromas.

 

I'm afraid this precludes the reward of a BJ, but perhaps a two-fingered handjob would be in order...? :)

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Hi, Juan!

 

Thanks for the detailed message.

 

You know, if the government is so worried about and protective of citizens' health, why are they not banning bath salts, airplane glue, actual nail-polish remover, etc? Why is the government always so ANAL with matters even remotely associated with sexual activity?

 

ARGH! This is so frustrating.

 

Anyway, if anyone does hear about a reliable Canadian source, please feel free to PM me.

 

I'd appreciate it.

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Do any of you fine guys know where a leather-cleaner enthusiast can find products like Jungle Juice, Rush, Rochefort and the like in Canada? They seem to have disappeared from retail outlets, so if anyone has any ideas about how I can find some (a legit internet source, for example) I'd appreciate you letting me know.

 

Free BJs to anyone who successfully helps me out, LOL!!!

 

Type http://www.4poppers.com. I've gotten mine through this firm.

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Hi Mike, have you checked the post about poppers made by Mark Gordon in the thread "In the escort trick bag" ?

 

I don't use poppers during sex, but used to keep them on hand and bring them on outcalls if clients requested them. However, I stopped earlier this year when Health Canada (in their infinite wisdom) cracked down, enforcing their regulation under the Food & Drug Act, with fines of up to $5,000 and jail terms of up to 3 years for their sale and distribution. Priape, our national gay lifestyle chain, has since gone bankrupt and closed all 4 stores, citing the poppers ban as one of the primary causes.

 

http://dailyxtra.com/canada/news/health-canada-cracks-poppers

 

http://dailyxtra.com/world/news/priape-closes-four-canadian-stores?market=210

In the same thread, one page down, I posted about the legislation that varies greatly depending on the country.

 

Canada

The sale of poppers in any formulation has been banned in Canada. Although not considered a narcotic and not illegal to posses or use, they are considered a drug. Sales that are not authorized can now be punished with fines and prison.

 

http://www.m4m-forum.org/showthread.php?95519-In-the-escort-trick-bag/page3

 

Finally, unlike what has been posted in this thread, studies show that poppers reduce the functioning of the immune system for several days after use.

 

Because poppers cause blood vessels to open, it is easier to get an infection, including sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV. It's a factor that shouldn't be overlooked.

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So Juan and all you Canadian guys up there - it must do your heart and soul good to see how your government is spending your tax dollars to weed out this wicked, wicked dangerous drug.

 

I'm assuming some folks are claiming that Jungle Juice and others of this ilk are considered - like pot - as an "entry" drug, the kind that will lead the innocent users to try other things. God knows where that might lead!

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Without going into hyperbolic fits, guys, do remember one thing. Poppers in and of themselves are only marginally harmful (if at all). The problem is that poppers taken by someone who is also taking Viagra or any simular erectile stimulant is at a much higher risk for cardio-vascular "incidents" related to two blood-pressure lowering agents working at the same time (more if an older client is also on any meds for hypertension). Problems reported form combining poppers in combination w Viagra (etc) include fainting, stroke, and heart attack.

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Hi, Steven_Draker!

 

Thank you for the message.

 

I have to laugh at the governmental rule which says it's legal to possess and/or use poppers, but just not to sell them. That's like announcing citizens can smoke cigarettes, but no vendor anywhere is allowed to sell them.

 

Like so many things, poppers could pose a health threat, but honestly...what doesn't these days, LOL? I don't drink, smoke, use recreational drugs, gamble, drive without a seatbelt, or engage in unprotected sex (yes, I know: I'm boring, LOL), so I figure if I want to open a bottle of Rush from time to time, the odds are still on my side. :)

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So Juan and all you Canadian guys up there - it must do your heart and soul good to see how your government is spending your tax dollars to weed out this wicked, wicked dangerous drug.

 

I'm assuming some folks are claiming that Jungle Juice and others of this ilk are considered - like pot - as an "entry" drug, the kind that will lead the innocent users to try other things. God knows where that might lead!

 

There's nothing like a government which decides to "think" for its citizens, LOL.

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Sadly Amyl Nitrate is not what you are dealing with as it was in the 70's for those of us who do remember.."Snap & Smile" which was very easy to pick up from a few Doormen in the Village Gay Bars at that time!

 

The consistency now adays of all these Brands is not even. One Bottle can definitely be stronger than another! Buyer Beware! ;)

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I am concerned (and I am not being snide here as usual). Just last evening I stopped by one of my favorite emporia to replenish my supply of Jungle Juice Platinum. The vendor told me that his place was no longer carrying it (and there was what appeared to be a dwindling stock of other such products). It would appear that the law enforcement people might be getting a little strange about this stuff - and I live in a pretty tolerant and open city even if we don't yet have gay marriage here). The vendor mentioned something else about the Jungle Juice people reformulating the product but he didn't seem to know anything specific. This information actually squared with my recollection of a several weeks ago when I was buying this at another store and the sales clerk had told me that they would not be getting any more.

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MikeBauer and JuanVancouver, I think you guys are looking at this the wrong way. Rather than petitioning to get poppers legalized in Canada, why not petition to get popper recognized as a drug provided by the national health system? LOL!

“The most progressive thing about Joe Biden is his dementia” - Braeden Sorbo

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"Reformulating the Product" that's one way of saying this crap could be very dangerous!

 

How dangerous I am sure the Manufacturers are not about to send out Bulletins!

 

Not that they're not dangerous, but these products have been reformulated when the chemicals are regulated or banned. It could be that they're trying to find a formula that still kind of works but sidesteps the ban.

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Do any of you fine guys know where a leather-cleaner enthusiast can find products like Jungle Juice, Rush, Rochefort and the like in Canada? They seem to have disappeared from retail outlets, so if anyone has any ideas about how I can find some (a legit internet source, for example) I'd appreciate you letting me know.

 

 

Free BJs to anyone who successfully helps me out, LOL!!!

 

This last comment got my nips a tingling! :)

 

Here's a good source: http://www.4solvents.com. I've purchased from this source and have been more than pleased!

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