Whipped Cream Canister Gas
In order to avoid a hazard, New York has made it illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to purchase whipped cream canisters, which contain nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas. The state senate passed a bill this year raising the age requirement, and stores throughout the state have begun to enforce this new law. Businesses found selling canisters to minors face fines of $250 for the first offense and up to $500 for each subsequent violation.
Cream Chargers for OVER 18’s ONLY:
Nitrous oxide, a substance commonly used in party stores and convenience stores, can cause long-term neurological changes. It can also impair motor skills and result in a fatal car accident. While whipped cream canister gas is easily accessible, you should exercise caution when using it. It’s important to note that it contains a high concentration of nitrous oxide, which can cause an explosion. Additionally, the gas comes out at a high rate, which can harm your mouth and esophagus.
Whipped cream canister gas is produced by inhaling nitrous oxide from the device, which functions as a nitrous bong. Users usually experience a short, high-energy high that lasts a few minutes. Some users inhale multiple chargers over a single night to experience the heightened high.