Caffeine is the legal drug of choice for billions. Until now, caffeine laced liquids like coffee, chocolate and sodas were 'eaten' in order to load up.
Harvard University engineering professor David Edwards, creator of AeroShot has a faster way to get the job done. A toke on the grey-and-yellow plastic canister contains 100 milligrams of caffeine powder, about the amount in a large cup of coffee.
The danger of course is the ease, speed, and low volume of the delivery method. Ten puffs of air as compared to ten cups of coffee represents a magnitude difference in effort. But the effects are equivalent.
Welcome to your super-charged caffeine addiction folks. Don't inhale and drive, though.
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