Have someone ever thought, life in a container? Well with the upsetting levels of contamination and smog-choked air all over you go, inhalation out of a container may soon become an everyday realism. Sad but reality!
Fourteen out of the fifteen cities listed under the World Health Organization’s most tainted list were places in India, and almost 7 million people die from air pollution wide-reaching.
Other than the dystopian (abnormal tone of tissue) vibe around the whole idea, bottled air has been around for the past few years; many companies like Auzair, Vitality Air and Indian brand Pure Himalayan Air have actually come up with bottled fresh air.
Pure Himalayan Air is selling a can of 10 Litres fresh air for Rs 550.
The idea originally came from Vitality Air, a Canadian company that started selling bottled air. Then the Australia-based brand Auzair who are also selling their products in India. Their bottle of 7.5 litres of fresh air costs Rs 1500.
The company used medicinal score tools to cold compress and sieve the air directly from a Himalayan location, into individual aluminium containers. The company even assures consumers that the air in the container retains all the properties of the faultless region it was sourced from.
While the benefits definitely seem tempting, some environmentalists are against it, believing that it is redundant stress to the body.
We hope that the scary reality that these products symbolize makes ecological demolition more concrete to us, instead of a conceptual idea we read about just too punctually overlook.