Testing Oxygen Levels In Boost Oxygen Canisters

When people discover Boost Oxygen, they mistakenly think it is “canned air” when in fact each canister is filled with 95% Pure Oxygen. The air you normally breathe contains only 21% Oxygen – the majority is useless 78% Nitrogen. Boost Oxygen provides nearly 5X the amount of pure Oxygen you get from normal air.

Boost Oxygen is NOT medical-grade Oxygen, which is defined as 99.2% or higher pure Oxygen. Boost Oxygen is 95% Pure Supplemental Oxygen and not intended to treat or cure any illness.

People also sometimes doubt our canisters contain 95% Pure Oxygen. Rest assured, they are! In fact, we have our canisters tested annually for Oxygen content by two of the top gas laboratories in the United States.

You can read the latest report from AAL (Atlantic Analytical Lab) AT THIS LINK or below

Boost Oxygen AAL Report

You can also watch the YouTube video below, which uses an Oxygen gauge to measure the 95% Oxygen content in our canisters!

Another common question we get from new customers is why our canisters are so lightweight. In fact, many customers call and email us asking if their canister is empty. Oxygen is nearly a weightless gas, so our canisters are very lightweight. But rest assured, they are very full of 95% Pure Oxygen. Customers also ask us why we don’t add weight to our canisters to make them feel “more full” – but adding weight would only increase the cost to customers and would also be disingenuous. Watch this video below explaining why Boost Oxygen canisters are lightweight:


Boost Oxygen is available online at our website store, on Amazon.com and at Walmart.com

 Boost Oxygen is also available at 1000s of major retailers and hometown pharmacies nationwide. The number of stores that carry us is constantly growing daily! You can find us at select locations at CVS pharmacy, Walgreens, Walmart, Dick's Sporting Goods, Kroger, Cabelas, Bass Pro Shops, and many, many more!

 Use the store locator link below to find a store near you that carries Boost Oxygen:



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Written by Bill Banks