2. The gas used by most dentists as an anaestetic. The mixture of N2O to Oxygen is often about 50/50 (O / N2O), you need atleast 20/80 (O / N2O) in order to remain concious. This is not a concern when inhaling for recreation using a whipper.
3. An substance that when used properly, will cause a deeply satisfying detachment from the physical world and person. An interesting thing about N2O is that it Does Not harm your body in anyway aside from gradual B12 deficiency, which can be combated with a over the counter B12 supplemnent every week, making this probably the safest intoxicat-or available. The best way for inhaling Nitrous is through the use of a Half-Pint whipper from iSi off Amazon.
You may also obtain canisters, also known as 'whippets' from Amazon. iSi brand whippets are the best, Liss being the second. If amazon is out of the question you can also pick it up at the local Market or Restaurant supply store, just make sure you DO NOT ask for 'Nitrous,' ask for N2O chargers-- clerks get uppity sometimes when you ask for it by its common name. One canister will cause about the same effects as at the dentist. Atleast two straight whippets generally must be used to send you into a dreamstate. In said dreamst...
any thing richer than 80% nitrous that is inhaled will cause blacking out, and possible brain cell asphyxiation if exposure is prolonged. inhalation of a more oxygen rich mixture can still produce an intoxicating effect, but without damaging the brain or body in any way.
nitrous sends you flying to other planets in a differnt dimension made of nothing. your senses are left behind as you fly through the unconcious and return to the insane soap opera absurdness that is modern life.
see also blue keg
me: over at marys, we hittin the blue keg all night long... *wawawawawawawawawawawawaw......*
Commonly used in dental surgery, not unlike pharmocologically to pcp dxm or ketamine ect, though chemically and experintially unrelated.
Bob, Gary, and Neil: "Sweet Nitrous!"