HARVARD PROFESSOR CREATES WORLD’S FIRST CAFFEINE INHALER

October 24, 2011 The Unbiased Writer

Harvard professor David Edwards has created the world’s first caffeine inhaler. With the recent global energy drink boom, it’s only logical that a product like this would come along. Aeroshot Pure Energy is a slim, pocket-sized tube that works like an asthma inhaler. Red Bull-pounding college kids will now be able to instantly receive the effects of drinking a tall mocha at Starbucks through the inhaler that releases 100 milligrams of caffeine with each puff. Quick Fact: The Aeroshot Pure Energy is calorie-free and meets TSA regulations. As of now, AeroShot will be available in Boston and New York this upcoming January. A free sample is available for the first 500 people who apply for a promotional code here. Be sure to let us know what you think?

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