Can Supplemental Oxygen “Enhance” The Cannabis Experience?

As Boost Oxygen gains popularity and widespread acceptance, more and more people are trying our unique product for the first time and learning about the benefits of supplemental oxygen in their lifestyle. Every day more older adults, athletes, people at higher altitudes and those experiencing poor air quality are discovering Boost Oxygen and how it can help them. One group we’ve received increasing positive feedback from is the cannabis and marijuana community.

Boost Oxygen and the cannabis community

Feedback from the cannabis community about Boost Oxygen

A consistent message we read from cannabis users who’ve tried Boost Oxygen is that it “enhances the experience” and that is helps them hold their breath longer. And in fact, science can back that up - using supplemental oxygen regularly can increase what scientists call “VO2 max” (or “maximal oxygen uptake”) which is the measurement of the maximum amount of oxygen a person can utilize.

Watch this video that easily explains what VO2 Max is and how it relates to breathing:

 

 We’ve also received feedback that using Boost Oxygen before cannabis use can extend the longevity of the experience, while using it after can help you “clear your lungs”.

Simply put, you can think of Boost Oxygen portable canisters as a natural and healthy compliment to your cannabis experience.

As the popularity of Boost Oxygen in the cannabis community grows, our product has also been featured and discussed on sites like HighTimes.com, MarijuanaTimes.org and Hempurecbd.com.

From Hightimes.com: “Athletes inhale pure oxygen to improve their aerobic performance, while others use it to deal with high altitudes or poor air quality. But marijuana consumers can also benefit by using it to enhance their mental alertness and supplement their high. A few puffs from a lightweight can of Boost Oxygen (95% pure) after a heated session can improve your sense of well-being and enhance your buzz.”

From Hempurecbd.com – an online resource for health, the human body and endocannabinoids: "Recreational oxygen is all the rage right now. In case you haven’t heard of it yet, it might be because it’s been mainly popular with endurance athletes. However, the market is expected to grow exponentially in the next year. Boost Oxygen is available in 4 scents – natural, peppermint, pink grapefruit and menthol-eucalyptus."

Boost Oxygen and the cannabis community

If you smoke or vape, using Boost Oxygen only makes sense

Many cannabis users also vape or smoke nicotine. If you or anyone you know is trying to quit smoking or vaping, we hope you will consider Boost Oxygen and our different aromas as a safe, natural and healthy alternative.

Boost Oxygen is portable 95% pure supplemental oxygen that come in lightweight and recyclable canisters. No prescription is needed to purchase and use Boost Oxygen, as it is not medical-grade oxygen and not intended to treat or cure any illness. Medical-grade oxygen that is prescribed by a doctor or hospital is defined as 99.2% or higher pure oxygen.

Your body, mind, organs, tissues and cells all need oxygen for energy, growth and proper function. The air we breathe contains only around 21% oxygen. Boost Oxygen is a HEALTHY bridge to quitting smoking or vaping to satisfy the urge to inhale something as you attempt to quit.

People who vape also prefer certain flavored or scented e-cigs. Many of the chemicals that make up these flavors and scents can be harmful.

Our best-selling product is our unscented Natural, but Boost Oxygen also offers Peppermint, Menthol-Eucalyptus and Pink Grapefruit aromas. Our aromas are completely safe and natural for inhalation, made from food-grade materials by the Michigan-based Lebermuth company, who have been developing safe aromas for over 100 years. Lebermuth adheres to strict industry and regulatory requirements to provide safe and healthy aromas and fragrances.

To learn more about Lebermuth and their aromas, visit their website at Lebermuth.com

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Written by Bill Banks