All amyl and alkyl nitrate products (poppers) are now scheduled as a prescription only medication from 6th March 2020. Local stocks have disappeared as products are removed from shelves and there is currently no product available locally from pharmacies on prescription as no product has been registered through Medsafe.
As poppers are prescription medicines you can request them from your GP for the relief of painful intercourse. As there are no approved medicinal products for any type of alkyl nitrites in NZ, it may be possible for you and your doctor to import them as unapproved medicines. Here is some information on importing unapproved medicines:
You should discuss these options with your doctor.
You are able to legally import a 90 day supply under this scheme. The prescription needs to specify the chemical formula, the volume of the bottle, and the number of bottles being prescribed. For example: IsoPropyl nitrite, 30ml x 5 bottles. Previously we were able to access isopropyl nitrite locally if you want to continue using the same chemical formula in the future. You can switch to other chemical formulations but they must match exactly with the wording on the prescription. Other alkyl nitrite used in poppers include: amyl nitrite, isoamyl nitrite, butyl nitrite, isobutyl nitrite, octyl nitrite, pentyl nitrite.
The prescription should be sent to the supplier and included with the shipment in case customs needs to inspect the package. Customs will confirm the contents match the prescription before releasing the product. Customs may connect with your doctor to ensure that the product can be imported.poppers-aromas.eu
from France is a supplier that will include your prescription in the package and has a large range of nitrites available. Remember: Poppers are for inhalation only and should not be combined with anti-impotence drugs, such as Viagra or Cialis as this can result in a potentially dangerous drop in blood pressure.