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Ammonia Caps Nose Tork

Ammonia Caps Nose Tork, Smalling Salts for Weight Lifting and Powerlifting.

Discovery.com explains why people sit up and take notice when smelling salts (ammonia inhalants) are
placed beneath their nose. Ammonium carbonate is mixed with perfume to create a stimulant.
The ammonia fumes from the salts irritate the membranes of the nose and lungs,
which triggers a reflex causing the muscles that control breathing to work faster.
(this is how they relate to Weightlifting and Powerlifting HEAVY reps and sets!!)
They are used to revive athletes when they have passed out during sports or to revive individuals who have fainted

Ammonia inhalants/smelling salts defined: According to Columbia Encyclopedia via Bartleby.com:
Ammonium carbonate, (NH3)2CO3·H2O, is a colorless-to-white crystalline solid commonly known as smelling salts; in water solution it is sometimes called aromatic spirits of ammonia.

 

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AMMONIA SPIRIT, AROMATIC Inhalants Caps Caplets Smelling Salts

Respiratory stimulant
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AMMONIA SPIRIT, AROMATIC Inhalants Caps Caplets Smelling Salts

Aromatic ammonia spirit (air-a-MAT-ik a-MOAN-ya SPIR-it) is used to prevent or treat fainting.

Fainting may be caused by some kinds of medicine, by an unpleasant or stressful event, or by a serious medical problem, such as heart disease. Fainting in an older person is often more serious than fainting in a younger person. Older people and people with a history of heart problems should seek medical attention as soon as possible after fainting.

Discovery.com explains why people sit up and take notice when smelling salts (ammonia inhalants) are
placed beneath their nose. Ammonium carbonate is mixed with perfume to create a stimulant.
The ammonia fumes from the salts irritate the membranes of the nose and lungs,
which triggers a reflex causing the muscles that control breathing to work faster.
(this is how they relate to Weightlifting and Powerlifting HEAVY reps and sets!!)
They are used to revive athletes when they have passed out during sports or to revive individuals who have fainted

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