- Doctors performed a blood test and an electrocardiogram on Stephanie, who was suffering from severe chest pain.
- Eventually it became clear that the cause of the chest pain was not a heart attack.
- The villain ate a series of protein shakes of beans, eggs and bananas in order to get a good breath.
But Stephanie doesn’t have to sell her breath in a bottle. Stephanie, a 31-year-old native of Connecticut, recently suffered a heart attack. Doctors performed a blood test and an electrocardiogram on Stephanie, who was suffering from severe chest pain. Eventually it became clear that the cause of the chest pain was not a heart attack. The villain ate consecutive beans, eggs, and banana protein shakes to get better breathing and tried to make more breaths than a human could naturally.
“I thought I had a stroke and it was my last moments. I did it (exhaling) over,” Stephanie told Jam Press. Stephanie said she ate about three protein shakes and a large bowl of black bean soup on the day of the disturbance.
“I went to the hospital in the evening. I did not tell the doctors that the inhaler was sold in bottles, but I told them about my diet. They told me I was not suffering from a heart attack,” Stephanie said. “They asked me to change my diet and avoid overeating. It ended my business,” laments Stephanie.
Stephanie Matteo, who has been on the show for 90 days, sells one or two rose petals in small jars. Stephanie will add a personal note to each customer in the parcel. Stephanie says the petals of the flower absorb the fragrance and the breath ‘lasts longer’.
Stephanie is not the only one making money by selling her breath. A woman named Lush Botanist, who describes herself as the ‘queen of suffocation on the internet’, is also a millionaire. How much money has Lush made this way so far? More than $ 25,000, or about Rs 18.5 lakh.