BOOST Oxygen Products
Boost Oxygen cans are available in either "Natural" (unscented) or scented with popular (and also all-Natural) aromas for additional aromatherapy benefits.
95% Pure Oxygen- odorless and tasteless. For the Purist.
May increase physical strength and endurance*, can help mood, energy, mental acuity and alertness.
For Stress, positive mood and feelings of energy. This popular aroma can also be used to help suppress appetite and may assist in digestion and metabolism.
Popular for soothing and cooling, this natural aroma is stimulating, reduces mental fatigue and can be a detox remedy as well.
Boost Recreational Canned Oxygen is available in either portable 4 oz. cans that contain approximately 45-50 inhalations, or our NEW 22 oz. can, which contains approximately 120-150 inhalations.
Some individuals take standard 1-second inhalations, others take long 3-second inhalations.
Instructions for Use
For 4 oz cans, remove tamper-evident plastic and remove cap. Place up to mouth, press trigger firmly and inhale deeply. Hold oxygen in lungs temporarily before exhaling for best results. Repeat as desired. It is recommended to repeat this procedure 3-5 times to feel the effects of the Oxygen.
For 22 oz cans, remove tamper evident plastic, insert mouth into the mask, press trigger and inhale deeply. Hold oxygen in lungs temporarily before exhaling for best results. Repeat as desired. It is recommended to repeat this procedure 3-5 times to feel the effects of the Oxygen.
Remember, oxygen gas is virtually WEIGHTLESS. Our sealed cans are very LIGHT, but they are full. The weight of a full can feels empty as the oxygen inside has no discernible mass! The advantage is that it is very light and convenient to carry around.
Oxygen is under pressure in the can, and the pressure will deplete as you use our product. This is normal and oxygen flow rates, even at the end of the cycle, can produce terrific benefits!
* “Enhancing athletic performance through the administration of peppermint odor”, Journal of Sports and Exercise Psychology, 2001, 23, 156-160, Dr. Bryan Raudenbush, Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, VA.