Inhalable Caffeine Has Finals Week Written All Over It

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It seems as soon as college began sleep and I went our separate ways.  What makes me most sad is when I occasionally see someone else enjoying sleep and think that could be me. Break ups are so hard.

This crazy love hate relationship between hard-working college students like you and I got someone at AeroShot thinking. And thus the pocket-sized breathable caffeine tube was born.

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And it is hard as a student to not be curious about a product that has a slogan like this

 “Breathable Energy. Anytime. Anyplace.”


AeroShot  is a plastic inhaler, roughly the size of a lipstick tube, filled with a powdery, calorie-free mix of caffeine, B vitamins, and citrus flavors. The product went on the market late last month in Massachusetts and New York, and is also available in France. A single unit costs $2.99 at convenience, mom-and-pop, liquor and online stores.

But some aren’t so sure selling caffeine in pocket-sized tubes — and marketing it to young people — is a great idea.

Currently the FDA is reviewing Aeroshot because of officials concerns over consumers safety.

So before you go inhaling any of these bad boys find do your research.


Maximillian Garland | Bright Futura Columnist

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