I remember reading somewhere, that if we could infuse our blood with more oxygen, we’d cure most medical conditions.
Thankfully, walking around breathing like an obscene phone caller, isn’t your only option for getting more oxygen.
Remember that oxygen bar that opened in Toronto years back?
Well, the founders of the O2 Spa Bar have found a way to deliver more oxygen to you, in the comfort of your own home. No need to worry that you’ll blow your house to smithereens, when you turn on the stove, because their latest creation takes the form of liquid oxygen.
Simply place 10 drops of Liquid Oxygen into an 8 oz glass of water and chug.
Here are some things Liquid Oxygen supposedly helps with: stress (just like breathing deeply is calming), migraines, hangovers, insomnia, jet lag, fatigue, colds, weight loss and younger looking skin.
Fortunately, I was on my way to a party, when I received the Liquid Oxygen. Seeing as I’m usually in pajamas by 7PM, I thought it’d be a good opportunity to see if it really does energize.
Thirty minutes after taking the drops, I felt much more awake. Even though I was drinking wine, which usually makes me feel like I’ve just downed a bottle of NyQuil, I was wide awake and even able to form complete sentences and follow conversations.
Unfortunately, the next morning, I had an opportunity to try it as a hangover helper. (Did you just hear the Hamburger Helper’s giggle in your head, when I said “hangover helper”? Thank God, I thought I was crazy.)
When hung-over, I usually take Advil or all day long, my head throbs like a woofer at a German disco.
I decided to forgo the Advil for the Liquid Oxygen. I have to say I definitely felt better, not 100%, but a lot better than I thought I would.
So that’s my experience with these drops. Could the benefits have been imagined? Since I just heard the Hamburger Helper’s giggle in my head, yes, I suppose so. But if you’re stressed out, exhausted or jet-lagged, these drops might be worth a try.