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Feelin' Hopeful: 6 Pack

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Includes 3 packs of Strawberry Basil + 3 packs of Watermelon Hibiscus. Each packet is a single serving.

Directions: Pour packet into blender of choice, add 6-8 oz of cold water or almond milk. Mix and enjoy your day.

Why try the Feelin' Hopeful Mixers?

Mushrooms are a great source of Vitamin D
Vitamin D helps protect the brain tissue against anxiety and stress

Watermelon contains lycopene which is a naturally occurring chemical that gives fruits and vegetables a red color
Lycopene improves depressive behavior by lowering brain inflammation

Watercress is an antidepressant super food
In clinical studies watercress topped the list for antidepressant plant food

Strawberry Basil Ingredients: Strawberries, carrots, basil, oats, mushrooms, arrowroot & monkfruit

Watermelon Hibiscus Ingredients: Watermelon, hibiscus, watercress, lime, banana, almonds, arrowroot & mint

Storage Instructions: Store in a cool, dark & dry place

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This product was produced in a home kitchen not inspected by a health department that may also process common food allergens. If you have safety concerns, contact your local health department.