Vintage Tales of Laughing Gas

Mike Jay auf Public Domain Review über Lachgas. Cameras ready, prepare to flash.

The first signature was its curiously benign sweet taste, followed by a gentle pressure in the head as he continued to inhale. Within thirty seconds the sensation of soft, probing pressure had extended to his chest, and the tips of his fingers and toes. This was accompanied by a vibrant burst of pleasure, and a gradual change in the world around him. Objects became brighter and clearer, and the space in the cramped box seemed to expand and take on unfamiliar dimensions.

Now, under the influence of the largest dose of nitrous oxide anyone had ever taken, these effects were intensified to levels he could not have imagined.

“O, Excellent Air Bag”: Humphry Davy and Nitrous Oxide

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