Oxygen Bar

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An establishment or part of one—e.g., a night club, spa, health club, tanning salon, bar, airport restaurant, ski chalet, yoga studio, chiropractor, etc.—that sells ‘recreational oxygen’ at levels above the normal atmospheric 21%, usually in the 30% to 40% range—which is regarded as too low a concentration to cause oxygen toxicity—delivered via a nasal cannula
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March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a statement from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), bottled or canned oxygen is banned under Prohibited Methods, Section M1: Enhancement of oxygen transfer: "Artificially enhancing the uptake, transport or delivery of oxygen is prohibited.
By citing this Section M1 ruling, WADA, is categorizing bottled or canned oxygen along with potentially dangerous oxygen delivering methods like blood doping, perfluorocarbons, efaproxiral and modified haemoglobin products.
However, considering the nature of recreational canned oxygen, it seems very surprising that WADA would ban it:
Take a deep breath for new air can craze brought a breath of fresh air to Cardiff - canned oxygen.
Inside the shops are canned oxygen and lava-rock candy, in pink or bluish gray.
IF you thought the fuss over bottled water was huge, canned oxygen is going to be even bigger.
The makers of canned oxygen OGO claim it combats pollution and improves overall well-being, increases concentration and even reduces hangovers.