Yoga Journal Product Review: Boost Oxygen Think Tank

Yoga Journal Product Review: Boost Oxygen Think Tank

The following is an editorial review of Boost Oxygen as part of the magazine's Fit 360 program, which gives consumers the best available product information all in one place, through independent editorial and reader reviews, and verified consumer ratings. 

Yoga Journal Review

Boost Oxygen Think Tank canisters provide respiratory support and brain-boosting nootropic effects through pure oxygen infused with a Rosemary aroma inhaled straight from the canister. The smell of Rosemary is said to increase short-term memory up to 75 percent, while upping your oxygen intake can improve mood, memory, energy, and reaction time.

After testing it for a month, we felt the brain benefits and it proved an important lifeline when Colorado wildfires destroyed the air quality. Being able to consume pure oxygen when all of the air was tainted with ash made us feel healthier and more safe.

We loved the little burst of rosemary. The scent wasn’t overpowering; instead, the piney fragrance complimented the stream of fresh oxygen, acting like on-demand aroma therapy. The moment you pull the trigger on the canister, you instantly get a pleasant head rush that lasts for one to two minutes.

We felt revitalized and alert, kind of like drinking a large cup of coffee without having to deal with caffeine or the jitters. We kept it by our desks for emergency use during important assignments and deadlines to help us energize for the task ahead.

The only downside? The canisters are light as air, so it’s difficult to tell when they’re running low. You have to judge based off the pressure of the air stream. Keep in mind the rosemary aroma is initially pungent but slowly fades, so don’t make the mistake of thinking that less rosemary means no more oxygen. Air pressure is the main indicator–one 10-liter canister could last you 5-7 days of intermittent use.