Entrepreneurs of the city of Kaliningrad found another way to earn money. They sell clean maritime Baltic air. The air is packed in special spray cans called the Baltic Breath. One can is meant for 48 inhalations.
Producers of the new goods assure, the concentration of the fresh Baltic air makes up 60 percent. The aerosol also contains 20 percent of sea breeze, Baltic fir trees and amber resin odors. Instructions say, one has to breathe the Baltic air blend on a regular basis, inhaling it two or four times every morning. It is not recommended to overdose the canned Baltic air, because it might develop an adaptation to clean air.
The novelty does not enjoy great popularity yet, although the series production has been launched already.
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