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Boost Oxygen Natural Energy 4 oz. in a Can (Natural)

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90% of the body's energy comes from Oxygen. Only 10% from food and water. The chemical basis of energy production in the body is a chemical called Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). If something goes wrong with the production of ATP, the result is lowered vitality. Oxygen is the most critical for the production of ATP. Oxygen is the most important factor in the body's metabolism. When we eat a poor diet with foods that are high in fat, carbohydrates, sugar, and alcohol, our bodies have to use more oxygen to digest, assimilate, decompose and eventually expel them. A common outward symptom is the food coma, the feeling of mid-afternoon lethargy. The brain is deprived of its normal ration of oxygen, and fatigue sets in. We yawn to get more oxygen to the brain. BOOST Oxygen contains no caffeine, no sugar or any other unnatural stimulants. It does not provide a superficial jolt to the central nervous system like energy drinks. It give you a healthy energy BOOST to help return your body and mind to equilibrium.

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005LZSWU4
  • UPC: 637866102007
  • Item model number: Natural
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,851 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Amount too small.
Cynthia Johnson
I looked over the can and there is NO "flammable" warning, which means that it is not oxygen.
Craig M. Britt
There's just so much energy to go around at the moment.
Esther Schindler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By kkosse on June 18, 2013
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On a recent trip to Peru, I was concerned about getting altitude sickness that would impede my travels. I ordered a bottle of Boost oxygen, a bottle of oxygen 4 energy and a bottle of O2 go. Since the reviews were somewhat confusing, I wanted to be covered and to compare. I received the Boost and Oxygen 4 energy very quickly, even though expedited shipping was not an option. The Boost Oxygen was by far the best of the three. The spray nozzle on the Boost is superior to the others and makes a big difference in being able to inhale the oxygen efficiently. I could feel a difference after ~4 inhalations, and the small 4 oz. can provided many recoveries. The Oxygen 4 energy was more difficult to use, but workable, and the O2 go nozzle malfunctioned, so I was unable to even try it and am still emailing the company to resolve. Of these three brands, Boost was definitely a stand out and did help with altitude issues and with recovery during long hikes.

I was also concerned about packing oxygen in my suitcase. The Boost bottle has a 'tsa approved' stamp on the bottle - the others didn't, but I had no issues with packing them in my checked luggage.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Esther Schindler TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 12, 2014
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I'm not going to go into the gory details, but after a medical emergency involving internal bleeding, my husband is seriously anemic. Fortunately, it's just for a short while: The doctors told him it'll be about 3 months before his body rebuilds its blood supply. During that time, however, he tires very easily, is easily distractible, and -- relevant here -- can get winded just from grocery shopping. With reduced hemoglobin his body is working harder to distribute oxygen everywhere; for example, if he concentrates deeply on work for 20 minutes, his joints ache. There's just so much energy to go around at the moment.

As a result, we figured that it was inexpensive enough to see if a boost of oxygen would make a difference. The fad for oxygen bars seems to have disappeared (the closest is about 40 miles from us), so I threw this small can into another Amazon order (as it's currently a Prime add-on).

It ABSOLUTELY made a difference. He took two deep breaths from the Boost Oxygen can, and said, "My vision just got better!" It was temporary, of course, but sometimes a short-term release makes a big difference (even emotionally). For example before embarking on a "Let's make dinner" project in the kitchen when he was already somewhat tired, a few deep breaths gave him a bit more energy. Every little bit helps!

But keep in mind that this little can is just 9 extra deep breaths. For our purposes it was a worthwhile experiment -- enough so that I went out and bought a package of three big cans. But for most folks, this will be emergency oxygen rations.

I realize this is not the usual role for this product. But I'm certainly glad we have it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Miss James on October 13, 2012
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We have had an area surrounded by fire. There has been hazardous and very unhealthy air around. I had gotten a little desperate and was searching for anything I thought might be good under those circumstances. This oxygen in a can surprised me. I didn't know such a thing existed. When I got it, I definitely used it up and also told multiple others in the area about it. There has been no doubt we weren't getting the oxygen we needed here. This has taken the hazardous air situation and made it tolerable. You can honestly tell the difference. It is used like an inhaler almost. Since there is no oxygen bar around and I couldn't afford to buy one, this was a great alternative. Next time I may even try the menthol one to clear things out even more.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tuesday on April 21, 2013
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Product,helps,me to perform better in all my activities. I am no longer short of breath when I hike or ski
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Pittman VINE VOICE on February 16, 2014
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I had lung surgery recently and am improving, but still need occasional extra O2 after exertion. Airline travel with an O2 concentrator is expensive and the permitting process is tedious, so I bought three of these for a trip. It was nice that these small containers prominently said "TSA Permitted for Air Travel" because the large ones don't, but I wasn't even questioned about having these in my carry-on.

Before departure I unsealed Bottle Number 1 and used it successfully for a few days. You want to press very lightly on the trigger to avoid wasting a blast of O2. When I felt breathless, I would sit down and relax and slowly inhale while pressing lightly, then exhale, then inhale while pressing lightly again, etc. about 8 - 12 times and I'd be OK. (See the Boost site for a video on how to use these effectively). Bottle Number 1 was still going strong so I took it with me on the flight and had no trouble.

Bottle Number 1 was depleted after a day (maybe a day and half) at my destination, so I cracked open Bottle Number 2. I pressed the trigger slowly but it resisted, then suddenly gave way and I got a giant ("holy crap!" level) burst of air out of the thing. After the initial burst it worked OK but didn't last the day. I needed a hit or two later on and there was just nothing there.

So I broke out Bottle Number 3 which is behaving much like Bottle Number 1 so far, two days after I opened it. Seems to have plenty of O2 left.

The cans weigh nearly nothing as O2 is weightless, and if you shake them you feel nothing sloshing around like you would with spray paint or bug spray. So you can't tell full from empty except by trying to get a breath.
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