Caffeine in Food

AeroLife Inhalable Caffeine

AeroLife Inhalable Caffeine
100 mg
per dose
This item contains high levels of caffeine
Discontinued? This item may no longer be available.

AeroLife Energy (formerly called Aeroshot and Le Whif) delivers a shot of powdered caffeine and B vitamins in a device that meters each dose.

Originally AeroLife Energy was marketed as "inhalable caffeine" but due to a warning from the FDA, they had to change their product labeling. AeroLife now says that users are to "draw" the powder into their mouths.

The FDA doesn't allow dietary supplements to be inhaled. 

There are 4-6 draws per canister. 

Flavors of AeroLife Energy

  1. Mint
  2. Raspberry
  3. Watermelon.

All flavors of AeroLife Energy have the same caffeine content per dose. 

AeroLife Energy retails for about $3 in retail locations around the USA or can be purchased online.

Inhalable caffeine products should be used by responsible, healthy adults only and kept well out of the reach of children. 

Le Whif (the original version) was first invented by Harvard professor David Edwards. It was an inhalable device that had the flavor of coffee, 80 mg of caffeine, but none of the calories. One stick of Coffee Le Whif had the caffeine content of a weak espresso and was originally launched in New York City.

Ingredients in AeroLife Inhalable Caffeine

Caffeine, B Vitamins, And Flavor As Well As Maltodextrin, Sodium Bicarbonate, Stevia Extract, Gum Arabic.

Is AeroLife Inhalable Caffeine high in caffeine?

Caffeine (mg) per Item

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