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Relaxation Drinks Challenge Buzzy Brands
Look out Red Bull: Anti-energy drinks are becoming a growing trend. Here's a look at beverages that claim to help relax and calm drinkers.

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We're a caffeinated society, but there’s a movement in the beverage world to soothe, not buzz consumers. Check out these drinks that promise to relax consumers.

Drank

Drank:

With its ingredients list including Valerian Root, Rose Hips and Melatonin, this drink claims to be the first extreme relaxation dietary supplement to hit the market.

Mary Janes

Mary Jane's Relaxing Soda: 

Stressful day? This all-natural soft drink is laced with kava, a plant root found in the western Pacific, and claims it will help relieve you of your stresses so you can truly relax. According to the Denver-based company, within minutes of consuming the product, “a calming sensation can be felt throughout the body and mind.” Despite its name, the elements of kava are not chemically related to marijuana.

Dream Water

Dream Water: 

Suffering from another night of insomnia? Dream Water asserts it’s the first water that helps you relax and fall asleep by stimulating the production of melatonin.

minichill

Mini Chill: 

Mini Chill claims its combination of herbs and amino acids help drinkers naturally combat stress and anxiety without causing drowsiness.

iChill

iChill:

Unable to chill out after a busy day? This relaxation shot claims it helps people unwind from a long day and doesn't contain carbs, sugar or calories.

Canna Cola

Canna Cola:

These marijuana-infused carbonated beverages come in a number of different flavors, and contain 35 to 65 milligrams of THC. A 12-ounce bottle will cost $10 to $15 and they are not available to the general public but plans to be sold through medical marijuana dispensaries.

Relaxation Drinks Challenge Buzzy Brands

Look out Red Bull: Anti-energy drinks are becoming a growing trend. Here's a look at beverages that claim to help relax and calm drinkers.

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