The capsule is a thin, flat sheet of glass.
It holds a liquid, which contains oxygen, carbon dioxide and hydrogen.
When a person takes a sip of it, it’s vaporized into a gas that the capsule can breathe through.
The capsule holds enough liquid for the entire person to consume.
This is known as the “capsule effect” because it can keep a person’s oxygen levels high.
If a person is too low on oxygen, the capsule will cause a gas build up inside the lungs and the person will suffer a serious respiratory condition called COPD.
The capsule is the most important part of a person becoming healthy.
When you eat or drink a lot, the amount of water in your body can increase, and the amount in your bloodstream can decrease.
This causes a buildup of toxins and bacteria in your blood.
This can lead to a buildup in the blood vessels of your heart and brain, leading to a condition known as coronary artery disease.
If you have a heart condition, you may experience symptoms such as: low blood pressure or high blood pressure