Pure Caffeine in an Inhaler

As French device comes to U.S., officials warn of children possibly abusing it.
1:46 | 12/23/11

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If you believe the splashy advertising the arrow shot is just the ticket to a fun night out. The special inhaler filled with pure -- take -- -- get an instant jolt. -- -- France the product is heading to store shelves here some time next month. The rest assured. Kids and teens are going to be all over this product you know that you don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure that out. Today New York senator Chuck Schumer sounded the alarm about the arrow shot demanding federal regulators review the product before it shows up in the US. He says it could be useful for late night workers are college students cramming for attached. But its marketing tells a different story clearly he claims position toward teens who like to party. They're not showing you this with a lot of physics books. For late night studying their shown you would -- at parties drinking. And that's the danger. Schumer was part of the fight against four -- a controversial drink which combine caffeine with alcohol and was eventually banned in several states including New York. The arrow shot has no alcohol and actually contains less caffeine than the smallest cup of coffee you can buy -- Starbucks. Seventeen year old -- he millions says it would be pretty tempting for a team to mix a puff of caffeine. But -- -- of boots. We need to make sure that we're not risking any student's -- and making these -- if the products to and I was scheduled to have a phone call with the CEO of the company that markets this product at 3 o'clock this afternoon but they called me just before and canceled it. Didn't -- a reason they said they offered eight me a statement later this afternoon and literally while you're watching that story it just came in the company claiming. They don't try to market this to children and it shouldn't be seen that way.

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