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Relaxation drink

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– Kava roots grown in the Pacific Islands
– Melatonin, known for its calming effects
– Common ingredients include valerian root, GABA, Chamomile, and others
– Most relaxation drinks are caffeine and alcohol-free
– Some formulations may contain marijuana

– Formulated to reduce stress and anxiety
– Improve focus and promote better sleep
– Considered the anti-energy drink
– Some used alongside coffee to counter caffeine jitters
– Serve as a niche market alongside energy drinks

– Dealing with stressful situations
– After work, exercise, or before bedtime
– Aid in anxiety relief
– Promote alpha brain wave patterns for improved focus
– Some formulations may promote REM sleep

– Reduce stress, anxiety, and nervousness
– Calm the nervous system
– Provide a buzz without alcohol’s hangover
– Used by individuals allergic to alcohol or with liver problems
– Some used by individuals with ADHD to help focus thoughts

– Some drinks may cause drowsiness
– Not recommended while driving or operating machinery
– Varying nutritional content among different relaxation drinks
– Reports of melatonin causing next-day grogginess
– Lack of scientific evidence for some claimed benefits

Relaxation drink (Wikipedia)

A relaxation drink is a non-alcoholic beverage containing calming ingredients normally found in nature. It is a functional beverage that serves to calm a person but unlike other calming beverages such as tea, relaxation drinks almost universally contain more than one active ingredient. Relaxation drinks may be served chilled and carbonated. Others have now been introduced in shot-form.

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