For many years the best way to get a cheap, legal high was to buy illegal doses off the street. Nowadays, the trend is moving to Nang. Nang, or “narcolepsy” is a neurological condition characterized by excessive, prolonged sleepiness and the inability to remain asleep for extended periods.

Nang is just one of a number of terms used to describe high levels of nitrous oxide. Nangs, green lights, laughing gas and whippets all refer to the same substance, nitrous oxide (NO), a gas which when inhaled will often cause giggle fits, temporary blindness, distorted vision, sound illusions, loss of coordination and even loss of consciousness. Nang is considered an inexpensive and fast high, normally obtained by taking small doses of nitrous oxide through a balloon, held inflated to the side of the body for long periods of time. However, in larger quantities it is possible to obtain effects comparable to those from legal recreational drugs such as cocaine or MDMA.

Nang is caused by excessive use of the active ingredient, which is called nicotine, a drug found in cigarettes. It is this very addiction to cigarettes that causes people to crave the feeling of being high. The constant need results in the body producing more nicotine, building a huge amount of nitrous in the system.

Nang has also been shown to be produced by taking excessive amounts of vitamin B12, particularly in people who take vitamin B12 in supplement form as well as in excess. Vitamin B12 causes cells to make more of the substance known as nang. This creates a strong craving for the feel-good sensation of being high. Like the habit of smoking, it is difficult to kick – especially if you suffer from chronic health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.

There are many different types of inhaling devices used in China to control the amount of nitrous oxide produced. One common device is called the laughing gas mask. The laughing gas mask is simply a mask that can be worn while laughing, either by the sufferer or others nearby. When the mask is worn, the person cannot breathe in any other way. Inhaling the laughing gas forces the user to exhale the excess gas through his or her mouth.

Another form of inhalation is called douching. Douching involves spraying water directly into the nose and mouth. This is usually accompanied by blowing into the mask, which forces the excess nitrous oxide to be expelled through the nose. The most widely used douching device in China is the Chinese Red Rice Cake Mask, which is coated in either nicotine or fragrance. It is ingested and then taken in the same way as eating a normal slice of red rice.

Inhalation of Nang in its pure form is very dangerous. Because the vapors can easily enter the lungs and cause a lack of oxygen. This can result in shortness of breath, coughing, and other side effects. Some users also experience chest pains, choking sensations, nausea, dizziness, and chest tightness upon inhalation. These symptoms can be mitigated somewhat by using Nang in conjunction with another medicinal drug, such as cough suppressants. Nang is sometimes mixed with medicine intended to increase blood flow to the lungs, such as aspirins and nitroglycerin. Such drugs are not recommended for regular use, but they may be taken with Nang to achieve quicker results.

Nang is available in both Chinese and American versions. Chinese Nang is generally less potent than American Nang because it contains fewer herbs and fewer spices. The main ingredients remain the same though. And the main differences are in the method of steeping the herbs and the amount of time spent in steeping. Most importantly, however, in Chinese. Nang the dried herb is steeped for more than six minutes instead of for. Only two to three minutes in American Nang. There are many Nang factories all over China that produce this drug in large quantities. It is available in most grocery stores.

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