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Inhalants are a broad range of household and industrial chemicals whose volatile vapors or
pressurized gases are concentrated and breathed in via the nose or mouth to reproduce
intoxication, in a manner not intended by the manufacturer.
What are inhalants?
Inhalants are volatile substances that produce chemical vapors that can be inhaled to induce a
psychoactive, or mind-altering, effect. Although other abused substances can be inhaled, the term
"inhalants" is used to describe a variety of substances whose main common characteristic is that
they are rarely, if ever, taken by any route other than inhalation.
What kind of drugs are inhalants?
Aerosol sprays are some of the most common inhalants in the home and include spray paint,
deodorant and hairsprays, vegetable oil cooking sprays, and static cling sprays. Nitrites include
cyclohexyl nitrite, amyl nitrite, and butyl nitrite. On the street, they're called "poppers" or
Although other substances that are misused can be inhaled, the term inhalants refers to the various
substances that people typically take only by inhaling. These substances include:
solvents (liquids that become gas at room temperature)
nitrites (prescription medicines for chest pain)