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AeroShot Caffeine Inhaler

AeroShot Caffeine Inhaler

Nicotine addicts can now get their fix from a tasteless caffeine inhaler…

New studies that show the health benefits of caffeine keep popping up, but whilst some researchers are working to change the bad reputation it has gained over the ages, no-one really seems to be changing the way we consume this lightly stimulating drug, all except the makers of AeroShot – the caffeine dispensing inhaler.

Each cartridge – which contains a small amount of vitamin B and 100 milligrams of caffeine – provides the same amount of caffeine as a large cup of coffee, without staining the teeth or causing bad breath.

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AeroShot Caffeine Inhaler

And unlike caffeine energy drinks, AeroShot cartridges do not contain any sugar or calories, and it has no discernible flavor, according to the company.

The AeroShot was developed by Harvard professor David Edwards and Tom Hadfield, who founded a company called Breathable Foods specifically to market the device.

Aeroshot will go on sale in New York and Boston in the next couple of months.


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  1. Andrew Liszewski: AeroShot Pure Energy: Ready, Aim, Caffeinate. Gizmodo, 10/17/2011.

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