The Oxygen Can

Oxygen Portable Inhalers 12 Litres

When shaken feels light and empty
because it
Contains No liquid and No propellants, just pure 99.5% Oxygen
keep using until no oxygen comes out
The Cover acts as the inhalation Cup
Remove the cover, the top cylindrical cap, attach to the nozzle & use.
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Concentrated oxygen in a portable small can has been used as an accessory for first aid kits, rescue bags and medical rescue kits. It allows for an immediate and effective way of providing oxygen for the injured.

In addition, 12 litres of pure oxygen will easily fit a ladies handbag or sports bag, or a businessman suitcase.

* Oxygen, compressed in a small Portable Can
* Oxygen concentration: 99.5%
* Simple and comfortable to use
* Multiple health and wellbeing benefits for a wide variety of situations
* Equipped with a comfortable mouthpiece/Cap

Usually 1 L give 20 seconds of oxygen, about 10 breaths/puffs , two seconds each
a 12 L Oxygen can would last about 120 breaths/puffs ,  two seconds each

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Oxygen in a Can is Great to Use:

* After a Long Flight
* After a Long Night
* When Spending Time in a Highly-Polluted Area
* In the Mornings to Give you a Jolt of Energy
* When Training or Exercising to Enhance Athletic Performance, Increase Endurance and Speed Up Recovery
* Some have reported Headache & pain relief, Improved breathing during lung issues. flu and cold, improved sleep, energy
* And much more

£11.99 + postage per 1 Oxygen can
email us for whole sale enquiries - above 108 cans

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Concentrated oxygen in a portable small can has been used as an accessory for first aid kits, rescue bags and medical rescue kits. It allows for an immediate and effective way of providing oxygen for the injured.

In addition, the oxygen can, will easily fit a ladies handbag or sports bag, or a businessman suitcase.

What is Canned Oxygen?

Canned oxygen is oxygen that’s delivered to your mouth or nose, most commonly from a canister (or more accurately, a cylinder) through a pressurized mechanism (not a propellant) when the user depresses the actuator and inhales. Inside every quality can of oxygen, you’ll find – believe it or not – pure oxygen, which is more aptly defined and described as “recreational oxygen.”

“Recreational oxygen”, a term that has become somewhat synonymous with “canned oxygen”, essentially applies to any oxygen product that is neither medical nor industrial oxygen. A stationary oxygen bar would also be considered “recreational oxygen” even though the oxygen creation process and purity differs from quality canned oxygen products. Starting at the same purity as medical, industrial or aviator’s breathing oxygen (ABO), the oxygen from quality recreational oxygen products naturally mix with some ambient air as the user inhales, thus lowering the total percentage of oxygen inhaled, due to the process or application of breathing from a canister. Therefore, while impossible to measure, the actual percentage of O2 delivered with each breath is closer to 97% oxygen due to the process or application of breathing Oxygen.

In addition, in contrast to other oxygen delivery systems, canned oxygen does not require an individual to sit still or be tied to a machine, insert a cannula, maintain a steady flow rate of O2, nor does it require a prescription from a doctor. Unlike medical or industrial oxygen, recreational oxygen products are not regulated by the FDA, but rather are designed for, and intended to be used intermittently, by people whose oxygen levels are occasionally depleted as a consequence of living an active, healthy lifestyle.

Recreational oxygen products are not intended to be used for medical or life-saving purposes and any person with any type of health or medical condition should consult their physician prior to use of Oxygen cans.

The Oxygen Cans contain no added flavours, scents, aerosols, fillers, toxins, chemicals or preservatives. Quite a refreshing thing to hear – and be able to breathe – in our modern, over-industrialized world!

Oxygen in a Can is Great to Use When…

There’s no shortage of options when it comes to when and where you should inhale a few deep breaths of Oxygen. Here are some of the best uses we’ve found for oxygen in a can:

After a Long Flight

Anyone who’s ever been stuck on a commercial plane ride for more than three hours knows that the struggle is real. At cruising altitude, airline cabins have lower-than-normal air pressure and oxygen levels - with blood oxygen saturation up to 10% lower than normal (Boosting Your Energy). Airplane cabins are not pressurized to sea level, so passengers on long-haul flights are exposed to reduced oxygen pressure for periods of up to 18 hours at a time.

Add airport security measures, increased flight delays, bad food, layovers and sometimes excess consumption of alcohol or caffeine products, you may feel drained, exhausted and disoriented when you travel by commercial air. All you want to do is lay in bed, but you’re in a new destination and want to take full advantage of the experience. So, you suffer through it.

With canned oxygen, you can hit the ground running. Breathing oxygen helps you instantly alleviate the common symptoms of jet lag and air travel by providing a pure boost of quality oxygen when you land. If your oxygen levels are depleted, a few deep breaths of Oxygen can help you feel like you never left the ground!

After a Long Night

Sometimes a late night out brings on a rough next morning. Alcohol consumption can deplete the oxygen content in your bloodstream. Supplementing your body with oxygen helps increases the amount of oxygen to the body's cells, serving as an aid to help lessen, and recover from, the negative effects of hangovers. People who occasionally over-indulge have found that extra oxygen intake helps them recover more quickly, helping to fight off the symptoms of a late night out.

When Spending Time in a Highly-Polluted Area

Whether you live in a big city or are taking a trip to a metropolis, you may want a canister of oxygen on-hand to help diminish your exposure to polluted and stale air. Sadly, air pollution is prominent in our world today, and it can impact your mental and physical well-being. Air pollution is often identified by the visibility of 'brown' air, however, harmful levels of pollutants can be present even in clear conditions. Poor outdoor air quality or high levels of pollution contains particulate matter, which can hinder your body from receiving the oxygen levels it needs to function at its optimal level. With a boost of oxygen, you can combat the effects of air pollution, which can include fatigue, stress, anxiety… the list goes on.

In the Mornings to Give you a Jolt of Energy

For the people who want an alternative – or want to add an additional elevating experience – to a cup of coffee, have a few big hits of Oxygen. Oxygen is an all-natural alternative to caffeine – without any calories, carbs or that common caffeine crash. If your oxygen levels are depleted, breathing canned oxygen can restore your body’s depleted oxygen levels to normal, healthy levels, helping you feel more alert, alive…more like you again. Conveniently portable and effective at any elevation or temperature up to 48 degrees Celsius, canned oxygen can be used anytime you want an energy boost or recovery aid – morning, day, or night – without any side effects.

When Training or Exercising to Enhance Athletic Performance, Increase Endurance and Speed Up Recovery

Oxygen is key to optimal athletic performance, helping to improve your endurance and speed up your muscle recovery. Lack of oxygen at the cellular level is essentially why you start breathing heavily during an intense workout – your brain and body need more oxygen. So next time you’re working out, set your goals, and introduce pure recreational oxygen into your training program. When used correctly for your desired goal, oxygen can be a powerful tool that can help improve the results of your physical fitness and athletic performance.

Everyone deserves access to breathe pure oxygen when and where they want it, canned oxygen is becoming part of the modern-day, everyday lifestyle of people of all ages and interests who want to go further and feel their best. making the world a healthier place to live and breathe, portable recreational oxygen products are there – any time your mind or body wants a lift.

So whenever your oxygen levels are depleted from Air Quality, Travel, Study, Elevation, Sportier Recovery– take a deep breath of pure energy and recovery from getting an Oxygen boost.

 

Resources:
Geertsema, C, Williams, AB, Dzendrowskyj, P, Hanna, C, “Effects of commercial airline travel on oxygen saturation in athletes,” British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2008;42:877-881

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£12.00 per can
email us for whole sale enquiries - above 108 cans

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Recreational oxygen products are not intended to be used for medical or life-saving purposes and any person with any type of health or medical condition should consult their physician prior to use of Oxygen cans.


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