Jars of fresh air given to stressed city workers

275x250.jpgStressed city workers are being offered jars containing 'fresh air' from rural and seaside spots -- to help them relax.

Each jar is said to contain 0.42 grams of fresh air and have the ability to relieve stress for up to 10 minutes.

It's all part of a plan by the National Trust to get more people visiting the countryside during their free weekend on 20-21 March.

Bosses say hundreds of the jars were left open in spots from gardens and forests to seaside resorts, before being sealed and labeled.

They will now be sent to people who are feeling stress and apply online. Is it just us, or does this sound like a load of hot air to you too? 
275x250.jpg Andrew McLaughlin, from the National Trust said: "With most of us living in an urban environment and having little time to escape to the great outdoors, we thought it was about time the National Trust shared just a fraction of our copious amounts of fresh air with the nation."

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