A couple of times when I stopped in Las Vegas Airport or certain places on the Las Vegas Strip you normally run in to Oxygen Bars every now and then.
For those of you that dont know much about it they hook up Oxygen to you're nose and usually infuse it with a smell like lavender or other relaxing smells. or you can set the knobs to no scent. They also offer a complementary 5 -10 min massage. My point is that the Oxygen they claim revives you wakes you up gives you more energy is good for you're body etc..An example if this was after arriving at LAS to change planes I had a hour layover and saw and Oxygen bar and decided to try it after a sleepless night prior to travel sweaty tired and achy from not sleeping the 10-15 mins of Oxygen made my aches, and tiredness go away, and the massage with the complimentary massage hand tools they use on you helped even more especially after flying at 30,000 ft and low oxygen I thought this helped me as well, maybe it was a placebo effect or not.
The Oxygen Bar also sells these small supplement bottles of Nascent Oxygen drops with trace Mineral content that you add to water and juice. One of the main ingredients is ,puified water, and dissolved oxygen. I bought a bottle so I could try it out and the woman working there claimed that it helps her out a lot and she's a smoker.
I don't know what to think or what the real scoop on this stuff is. However I have read mixed reviews on a few websites some people say they're good for you. Others say that the dissolve Oxygen gives you a third atom of Oxygen O3 to be precise thingswhich is known as ozone. Some people say its bad for you others say that they notice a difference, or totally negative like an increased cancer risk, someone else also mentioned that the stuff passes out of you're body no harm.
I was wondering does anyone have an opinion on Oxygen drops or Oxygen bars? Maybe for me there was a placebo effect, or maybe since I live at 4000 ft elevation there are some benefits and then again maybe I wasted my money on this bottle and spending money on the Oxygen bars thinking that I would be refreshed after being airborne for a little while who knows?... I
f anyone is savvy about oxygen and supplements maybe you could enlighten me whether to keep using them or just stay away. After all the O2 bars are not allowed to make medical claims. So I know no concrete way to judge these things or get credible advice.