Hold the nebulizer upright with the mouthpiece in your mouth.
Breathe in deeply, while fully pressing down on the actuator.
Hold your breath for 3-4 seconds, then exhale.
Repeat as needed- 2-3 breaths is recommended dose.
The mist comes out of the inhaler pretty quickly, so it may make you cough at first.
However after a few times, most people adjust quickly to the new experience.
Recommended for adults 18+ years old. Dose: Take 2-3 breaths. Take no more than 3 breaths per hour and no more than 6 doses per day.
Store at room temperature. Does not require refrigeration.
CCL Caffeine is great for late night use such as when you're tired driving, or need to power through a last minute project.
The combination of super-fast acting design combined with the low dose amount enables you to feel energized, but also fall asleep at night.
Active Ingredient: Guarana, Caffeine
Inactive Ingredients: HFA134a propellant, Alcohol, Water
Store between 0°F and 110°F
This product should not be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
It should not be used without consulting a doctor by persons who are pregnant or breast feeding;
persons who have a heart condition or high blood pressure;
persons who are at risk for heart disease; persons with diabetes;
persons taking medicine for depression; or persons with asthma or lung disease.
Stop using immediately if you experience excessive throat or lung irritation or other adverse effects.
This product is not a substitute for sleep.
If sprayed on the skin or eyes, wash thoroughly with water.
Not for use by minors. Keep out of reach of children.
In case of emergency or overdose, seek immediate medical help and call Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222
I was very impressed how effective the caffeine inhaler was for getting a quick boost of energy of a fraction of the caffeine dose I would need from energy drinks or coffee! This is an excellent way to get the energy you need without taking a large dose of caffeine.
It works but not intense.
When it's time to go to church, the gym, take a walk or get on the treadmill at home, CCL Caffeine is a great little boost that allows her to complete the task without feeling exhausted. After over a year of use I see no side effects or dependency. Normal activities don't require a dose. I have used it as well when shoveling snow or cutting grass. I would never try to use it to replace sleep but I have benefited from it when working on the computer til the morning. Sometimes I use 2 or 3 days in a row. But after I get a good night sleep I often go weeks in between use. Last a long time, even when you think it's out, shake it, pump it, shake and it's delivers a good 5 - 8 more doses.
It works fast compared to a soda a monster you fell it right away not 30 minutes later good product to have.
I will definitely buy this again. I am unsure if it is working but can’t be for sure. I use it when I work. I am definitely going to give it another try.
Q. Is it safe to inhale the ingredients in CCL Caffeine?
A. The science behind our inhaler products indicates that the active ingredients are quickly and completely absorbed through the lungs into the bloodstream. The alcohol in our inhalers kills viruses and germs and it thins the mucosal membranes in the lungs, improving absorption. Alcohol has also been shown to improve respiration. As long as the active ingredients have already been shown to be safe and effective by ingestion or other means, they are safe and effective when inhaled.
Q. Is inhaled caffeine safe?
A. Believe it or not, it’s safer in most respects than drinking caffeine. First of all, only a tiny amount is required because it goes directly into your bloodstream, giving a nice energy uptick in about 30 seconds, but drastically cutting down on total milligrams. The Mayo Clinic says ingesting over 400 mg of caffeine a day is unhealthy, but a single energy drink might have 2-300 mg! Plus, when you drink it, it has a harmful effect on the liver. So it’s a safe, healthier alternative.
Q. How many milligrams of caffeine are in each puff of Advanced CCL Caffeine?
A. There is approximately 2-3 mg of caffeine per dose with our inhalers. Since inhaling the product delivers caffeine straight to your bloodstream through your lungs it is much more potent than something you might ingest (coffee, energy drink, pills, etc). An average can of caffeinated soda has between 40-60 mg of caffeine, but the amount that actually reaches the bloodstream is 10-20% of that. So most people fee about the same effect from the inhaler as they would drinking a can of soda. The biggest difference of course is that the inhaler delivers it immediately, and there is no sugar, carbonation or other garbage, just pure caffeine :)
Q. Is using Advanced CCL Caffeine like smoking or vaping?
A. No. Taking a breath of mist with our inhaler is a different experience than smoking or vaping. It is a very similar experience to using an asthma inhaler. The mist comes out of the inhaler pretty quickly, so it may make you cough at first. However after a few times, most people adjust quickly to the new experience. If the mist deposits on the back of your throat, it may cause a burning sensation, drinking water helps alleviate the sensation quickly.
Q. When can I use Advanced CCL Caffeine?
A. It can be used any time you need it.
Q. Where can I use Advanced CCL Caffeine?
A. It can be used anywhere you need it, including airplanes, at the office, in theaters, in restaurants, etc.
Q. What is the active ingredient in CCL Caffeine?
A. Guarana & Caffeine
Q. Are there calories or sugar in Advanced CCL Caffeine?
A. No, there are no sugars or calories in our inhalers.
Q. How much active ingredient do I get with each breath of a CCL Caffeine?
A. About 2 milligrams per breath.
Q. Can I control the amount of active ingredient I get with CCL Caffeine inhaler?
A. Each breath delivers a precise volume (75 microliters) of the formula with a precise amount of the active ingredient. The amount of the active ingredient per breath is determined and controlled during production of the inhaler. Ultimately, you control the amount of active ingredient you receive by controlling the number and timing of the breaths you take.
Q. How many breaths from a CCL Caffeine is safe?
A. We generally recommend taking no more than 2-3 breaths of any of our inhaler products per hour. We recommend not taking more than 6 doses of inhaled caffeine per day.
Q. Where can I buy CCL products?
A. Currently, you can purchase all of our available products on this site and on Amazon.
Q. Are CCL Inhalers approved by the FDA?
A. Our inhalers do use FDA approved pressurized metered-dose inhaler (pMDI) devices and propellant and FDA generally recognized as safe (GRAS) components for all of our products. In addition, we manufacture all of our products according to current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) to ensure their quality for our customers.
Q. Can I use inhaler products if I’m pregnant or nursing?
A. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, do NOT use our inhaler products.
Q. Can I use your Advanced CCL Caffeine inhaler products if I take other medications?
A. Talk to your doctor before using CCL products (or any health supplement) especially if you take medications.
Q. Can I use Advanced CCL Caffeine if I have a medical condition?
A. Talk to your doctor before using CCL products, especially if you have any of the following conditions: A sodium-restricted diet Heart disease, recent heart attack, or irregular heartbeat High blood pressure not controlled with medication Stomach ulcer Diabetes
Q. What is the propellant that CCL Caffeine contains, and is it safe?
A. We uses HFA 134 as the propellant to form the mist. HFA 134 is generally recognized as safe by the FDA and is the same propellant used in asthma inhalers.
Q. When does it expire?
A. Our inhaled products expire two years from the date of manufacture. The expiration date is printed on each inhaler canister.
Q. Is it safe to store in a car?
A. It depends on where you live. The inhaler must be stored between 0° and 110° F. High temperatures could cause the inhaler canister to leak. If the temperature outside is within that range, it should be ok to store it in your car.
Q. Is there alcohol in Advanced CCL Caffeine?
A. Yes, each breath from our inhalers contains about 75 microliters of alcohol, which is a very, very small amount. It is so small in fact, that there is no physiological effect from the alcohol in our inhalers.
Q. What if my child uses or is sprayed with a CCL inhaler product?
A. Most importantly, keep all CCL products out of the reach of children. Although our inhalers have very low doses of the active ingredients, if your child shows signs of overdose, immediately call Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222 (US) and seek medical help.
Q. What if I spray your Advanced CCL Caffeine on my skin or eyes?
A. If it comes in contact with the skin or eyes, quickly and thoroughly rinse the area with running water.
Q. How does your product compare to Aeroshot, the product the FDA issued a warning letter to?
A. Aeroshot was a very different product than ours and made a claim it should not have. Our inhaler is a dietary supplement extracted from the botanical, guarana. The caffeine in our product is a natural component of guarana, but not the only component. The guarana extract is absorbed through the mouth and lungs, instead of through the digestive tract.
The truth is that the Aeroshot product is not similar to our inhaler. The Aeroshot product was labeled as a dry powder inhaler (DPI), although it was not actually an inhaler at all. This was the primary concern expressed by the FDA in the “warning” letter sent to Aeroshot. They had mislabeled the product as an inhaler.
That said, even if the Aeroshot product was a DPI, then it is still not like our inhaler. Our inhaler is a true, aerosol, inhaler designed using the same components used in asthma inhalers. The propellant atomizes the guarana extract and makes very small droplets that can travel into the lungs. Some deposition does occur within the mouth where it is absorbed through the lining of the mouth. Most of the aerosol travels to the lungs where it is absorbed quickly into the blood stream. This enables a small, precise amount of caffeine in the guarana extract to be delivered quickly to the brain where it provides a sense of alertness. Since a caffeine DPI would deliver caffeine powder to the lungs, it would give a much higher dose.
In the letter to Aeroshot, the FDA stated its concerns about fast delivery of caffeine through the lungs to the brain. However, it has no data to suggest inhalation of caffeine dangerous. It suggested further study. Our search of the literature indicates that taking powered caffeine is very dangerous, because you can ingest enough caffeine to poison yourself, before you feel its affects. This has resulted in a few deaths by ingestion. However, the science behind inhaling small doses of caffeine where you feel the effects immediately, suggests inhalation is likely safer than ingestion of caffeine. Our tests show that using our inhaler more than the suggested dose (1-2 breaths per hour) will result in nausea, before a dose of caffeine large enough to cause injury can be consumed. If you use our inhaler according to the directions, it is safe.