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It’s time to kiss those sugary workout powders goodbye and say hello to a natural, sugar-free workout drink. Packed with electrolytes and antioxidants, our line of hydrating teas will give you the balance, energy, and focus you need to achieve peak athletic performance without the annoying jitters or sudden crash. Watch the short video below or keep reading to learn more about our newest line of tea designed exclusively for athletes.
Orange Man-Go For It Athletea
OurOrange Man-Go For It tea is made with mango, yerba mate, guayusa, ginger root, and turmeric to provide an even boost of energy and a blast of antioxidants while restoring electrolytes.This hydrating fruit tea will help get your mind and body ready to work together so you can reach your personal goals.
Go to Goji Athletea
OurGo to Gogi tea has been specially blended with rooibos, ginger root, licorice and goji berries to restore electrolytes, soothe sore muscles, protect from inflammation, and improve your quality of sleep - all crucial to recovery.
Get Your Passion Berry Athletea
OurGet Your Passion Berry tea has been specially blended with apple pieces, orange peel, beetroot, and black currants to improve endurance, heighten awareness, and provide a burst of antioxidants. No caffeine, just good, clean fuel.
No matter what your sport, this line of hydrating teas can help you achieve your goals. Looking to relax on your off days? Our line of Chopra Center teas can help you balance your mind, body, and spirit.
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