History Of INhalants
The use of substances go back to ancient times where people inhaled spices, oils and chemical vapors to change into a different state of mind however there was a rapid incline in use in the US around the 1800's when nitrous oxide became a common go-to for many groups of people.
These are man made and typically not considered drugs by everyday people because that wasn't their original intentions.
Ingredients of the drug include any of the following:
-Volatile Solvents (Marker tip fluid, lighter fluid, Paint thinners)
-Aerosols (spray paint, hair/deodorant spray, vegetable oil sprays)
-Gases (butane lighters, Propane tanks, medical anesthetics like laughing gas)
-Nitrites (sold in small bottles named "video head cleaner" "leather cleaner")
How it's used:
Breathing in the fumes of common house items by sniffing or snorting fumes, spraying aerosols directly into mouth or nose, breathing fumes from a balloon, an inhalant soaked rag in the mouth known as "huffing" or inhaling the fumes from a plastic or paper bag, known as "bagging".