Pretoria, 27 November 2017: The Christmas party season invariably leads to excess drinking and for many of us a hangover is inevitable. So how do you cope when you have had too much festive spirit? The answer is now available in South Africa. Boost Oxygen is simple to use, all natural alternative to conventional hangover remedies and the best part is – it works!


Boost Oxygen, the global market leader in supplemental portable Oxygen and now available in SA, is 95% purified oxygen (5% ambient air) that comes in light-weight, easy-to-use canisters. It can be used as a supplement to enhance sports performance and recovery, promote a heightened sense of personal health and well-being, help fight fatigue – and has been extensively proven to be a high effective and fast acting hangover remedy.


How exactly can boosting the oxygen levels in your bloodstream help fix a crippling hangover? It is no secret that consuming a significant amount of alcohol leads to headaches and nausea. Alcohol stays in your blood stream for many hours and significantly reduces the level of oxygen in the bloodstream. It takes 3 molecules of Oxygen to metabolize 1 molecule of Alcohol. This is why using Boost Oxygen to supplement your oxygen intake will greatly reduce the after-effects of alcohol.


Boost Oxygen recommend that you start your evening with two-to-three inhalations and follow these up with three-to-five inhalations the morning after. The Boost Oxygen Eucalyptus flavour works particularly well to rejuvenate the body and mind and relieve mental fatigue. You can help things along by flushing out the alcohol in your system by drinking plenty of purified water. Repeat every 15 minutes until the symptoms subside.


Boost Oxygen is available from selected outlets and online at at a recommended retail price of just R290 for a 650ml canister with a capacity of 120 doses on a 1 second press. Boost Oxygen is available in a variety of natural aromatherapy fragrances of Peppermint, Pink Grapefruit and Menthol-Eucalyptus. A full list of retailers is also available on the website.