Boost Oxygen - 95% Pure Oxygen Pink Grapefruit - 2 Liters
Boost Oxygen Pink Grapefruit 95% Pure Oxygen contains pink grapefruit, known to relax muscles, reduce stress, enhance mental acuity and boost energy. It’s also been equated with appetite suppression. Provides up to 50 one-second inhalations per container.
- Light-Weight, Portable
- Increased Capacity, Endurance
- Enhanced Sports Performance
- Reduced Cramping, Faster Aerobic Recovery
- Altitude Sickness Remedy
- Promotes Energy, Mental Acuity
- Combats Stress, Fatigue
- Hangover Remedy
Boost Oxygen Frequently Asked Questions
What is Boost Oxygen?
Boost Oxygen is 95% pure oxygen that comes in lightweight, easy to use, and portable canisters. It is used by people visiting high altitude locations, professional and amateur athletes, senior citizens, and famous celebrities alike. Founded in 2006, Boost Oxygen is currently the best selling and most trusted oxygen canister brand in the world.
Boost Oxygen comes in natural and three aromatherapy fragrances (all natural ingredients) – pink grapefruit, peppermint and menthol. Aromatherapy is the art and science of using naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.
Why is it light?
Oxygen gas is virtually weightless. Boost Oxygen sealed cans are very light, but they are guaranteed as full. The weight of a full can feels empty as the Oxygen inside has no discernible mass. This weight advantage makes Boost Oxygen cans convenient to carry around.
What is the advantage to using a mask?
The ergonomic mask was designed and patented by Boost Oxygen to provide a convenient apparatus that can be operated by using only one hand. It also directs the oxygen flow efficiently into the mouth or nose.
What are the instructions for use?
- For 4 ounce cans, remove tamper-evident plastic and remove cap. Place up to mouth, press trigger firmly and inhale deeply.
- For 22 ounce cans, place mask under nose and over mouth. Press trigger down to activate flow. Breath deeply through the mouth.
How do I know when I need to replace my Boost Oxygen canister?
Boost Oxygen is pressure filled only into the can (sort of like a tire). No aerosols or propellants are used. As the can depletes, the pressure of the oxygen flow from the can will also deplete until finally empty. When the oxygen no longer flows, the can is empty.
Is Boost Oxygen flammable?
No. Oxygen is not a fuel itself, but when combined with a fuel and ignition, it can serve to accelerate the chemical reaction.
Can I use Boost Oxygen if I have a lung condition?
Boost Oxygen is not a substitute for individuals who have been prescribed Medical Oxygen (99% purity) for health reasons. It is solely intended for recreational use.
Boost Oxygen states that it is “NOT for medical or prescription use.” What does this mean?
Oxygen therapies that are prescribed by a medical doctor to treat medical conditions are completely different from Boost Oxygen. Boost Oxygen is recreational oxygen (95%), not USP medical oxygen (defined as 99.2% or above). Although both are produced in the same manner, recreational oxygen is designed for healthy people looking to experience the benefits of recreational oxygen in the different facets of their life. It is not intended for use by anyone who has asthma, lung ailments or heart problems, or as a substitute for physician-prescribed or life-saving oxygen.
Can I take Boost Oxygen on a passenger plane?
Although Boost Oxygen is an all-natural and safe product, the FAA and TSA do not allow recreational oxygen in carry-on or checked baggage. See TSA Guidelines for canned oxygen.
Can I ship Boost Oxygen canisters?
You can ship by ground in the continental United States, but not by air. See TSA Guidelines for canned oxygen. For sales in the United Kingdom or in Europe please visit: www.boostoxygen.life. For sales in Canada, please visit: www.boostcanada.ca
Boost Oxygen donates a portion of your profits to MVPvets. What is it?
Boost Oxygen is proud to support MVPvets as they help re-career military veterans (as well as their spouses and care givers) into meaningful jobs in the life science and health care fields. To learn more, go to MVPvets.org.
Traveling to locations with altitude heights over 5,000 feet above sea level can result in lower oxygen levels in the body. Forty percent of people who visit high altitude locations like Denver and the Colorado Rockies can experience ranges of altitude sickness.
According to WEB MD, National Health Service (UK), eMedicineHealth (and other reputable sources), giving supplemental oxygen is the #1 recommended remedy for the symptoms of altitude sickness caused by the deprivation of oxygen to the body.
Boost Oxygen is the exclusive oxygen canister offered by Vail Resorts.
Boost Oxygen is not a substitute for FAA mandated oxygen use in personal aircraft above 12,000 feet. However, below 12,000 feet, pilots enjoy having Boost Oxygen in their cabins if they begin to feel the minor effects caused by the altitude.
Increased oxygen intake has been reported by health professionals as the natural health and well-being aid that promotes energy, better mental acuity, increased capacity for exercise (and quicker recovery), as well as boosting the immune system.
Exercise and Better Breathing Leads to More Energy
According to the Mayo Clinic, “exercise and physical activity deliver oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and help your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. And when your heart and lungs work more efficiently, you have more energy….” Who doesn't want that?
Increased oxygen intake can help you get the most out of your exercise routine before, during and after activity.
Maximize Wellness with Aromatherapy
Aromatherapy is the art and science of using naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit. Boost Oxygen comes in Natural and three aromatherapy fragrances (all natural ingredients) – Pink Grapefruit, Peppermint and Menthol.
Sports & Fitness
Many sports (like football, hockey, soccer, basketball, speed skating, cycling and more) require quick, high-intensity bursts of energy which can also include brute contact with others. Athletes are under intense physical and mental stress combined with extreme aerobic and anaerobic activity.
As a result, bodies emit more carbon dioxide during the game or event than the oxygen they take in. This lack of oxygen can, and does, cause muscle fatigue, cramping and poor performance. Boost Oxygen helps with faster recovery time, minimization of cramping and increased capacity for staying on top (both physically and mentally) to achieve the best in physical performance.
Professional Athletes Use Boost Oxygen
Professional athletes know first-hand about the toll their sport can demand of them – the impact it takes on their bodies, and the benefits of using Boost Oxygen as a supplement to help reach peak performance and recover faster from intensive physical output. Boost Oxygen is 95% pure oxygen, all-natural and safe. According to the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA), supplemental oxygen is not considered a banned substance.
Once consumed, alcohol can stay in your blood for several hours. This is why, the morning after a night on the town, you might wake feeling as though you have the mother of all headaches and a hefty dose of nausea to match.
When it comes to a remedy, there are many products and urban legends which are said to alleviate the dreaded hangover, but those with access to supplemental oxygen, whether it be a nurse, welder, or RAF pilot during WWII, have experienced its benefits when used during or after a night of drinking. Boost Oxygen gives the general public immediate access to oxygen during the party, before sleep, and for the morning after.
As researchers spend more time looking at brain chemistry and what actually improves cognitive function, they have stumbled upon one of the major nutrients that the brain needs: oxygen.
Oxygen therapy is one of the most recent hangover remedies. You may not have heard of it before, but it's growing in popularity as more and more people are turning to oxygen for a rapid hangover recovery method.
Fatigue can disrupt the quality of your life, but you don't have to let it. According to the National Institute for Health (NIH), “Oxygen therapy helps many people function better and be more active. It also may help decrease shortness of breath and fatigue (tiredness).”
Supplemental oxygen can infuse tissues, restoring what has been depleted through exhaustion. It also combats stress – a common contributor to fatigue (stress can cause a decrease in the ability to absorb oxygen into the blood, resulting in diminished oxygen to the tissues, which culminates in muscle fatigue).
Health care practitioners find themselves addressing the ravages of stress on the body ranging from increased heart rate to anxiety, high blood pressure, muscle tension, even obesity and insomnia. According to the American Institute of Stress (AIS), the act of “focused breathing” is by far the best way to combat stress. A few deep inhalations can “jumpstart” your focused breathing by getting you to slow down and concentrate on breath intake.
About Boost Oxygen
- Only 1/5 of the earth's atmosphere is made up of oxygen.
- Humans have evolved over millions of years with a consistent amount of oxygen in the atmosphere. In today's world, it's not always possible to get enough clean air to breathe.
- If you factor in the growing problem of pollution, you'll agree with some research reports that there's as much as a 30% cut in oxygen compared to past generations.
- Every cell in your body is designed to burn oxygen–it's the basic fuel for cell metabolism. Cut back on oxygen and all of those cellular processes become sluggish. You start to feel fatigued or short of breath.
- Less oxygen equates to cells losing the energy they need to repair DNA. Your immune system begins to weaken. Your risk of becoming sick or contracting disease escalates.
- Oxygen deficits are associated with a vast array of chronic diseases, including cancer. Your brain doesn't work as well, your heart is not as strong, and circulation slows.
All Natural and Safe
Boost Oxygen is all natural and safe. Unlike stimulants and energy drinks, which contain caffeine and sugars that can actually harm the body over an extended period of time, Boost Oxygen provides pure oxygen in a convenient, non-prescription form.
Nature's Body Supplement
Oxygen is obviously required to sustain human life. When deprived of oxygen, performance of the body and mind can suffer. At sea level, the average oxygen content in the air is 21%. At altitude, it can be much less. Boost Oxygen provides a convenient source of 95% pure oxygen
Rob Neuner, Co-Founder
During his days as an importer of European beer during the 2000s, Rob discovered oxygen cans being sold throughout Central Europe. Rob became an avid user of these cans to combat jet-lag. He brought cans back to the US, as he found them to be useful during his triathlon competitions and visits to the Rocky Mountains.
In 2006, realizing the myriad of benefits oxygen provides, Rob decided to manufacture his own brand of oxygen canisters in the United States, where he could ensure the quality of the oxygen, improve its delivery method, and provide an affordable solution to people looking for limited quantity oxygen.