National Trust fresh air is being offered to stressed-out city workers in London. The fresh air has been captured from rural and coastal locations across the country including the lake-side scent of Townend on the shores of Lake Windermere in Cumbria, the grass filled blend at Stourhead, Wiltshire and the woodland aroma of Box Hill, Surrey.
The National Trust fresh air has been collected in recycled glass jars and will give office workers a fragrance for the natural outdoors thought to relieve stress for up to ten minutes with each 454 gram jar containing 0.42 grams of fresh air.
One hundred desk-bound office workers across the UK can also get their hands or noses on the fresh air by requesting their own air-filled jar.
The National Trust fresh air has been captured in environmentally-friendly British-made recycled glass jars which can be re-used for jams, preserves or capturing your own locally-sourced fresh air.