Huffing or dusting is the term for using household aerosol products and inhalants to get high. One of the most popular products used for huffing is canned air dusters that are designed to clean computers or other electronic hardware. The aerosol can is either inhaled directly or sprayed onto a rag and sniffed. The consequences can be dire. It’s a popular choice for adolescents because it’s so widely available, either at home or in stores. Videos of users huffing duster can be found on social media sites like YouTube, showing the immediate intoxicating effects and encouraging use by young adults.
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