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Zolt Plant-Powered Superdrink Mix - Peak + Mushroom Complex Clementine -- 10 Packets

Zolt Plant-Powered Superdrink Mix - Peak + Mushroom Complex Clementine
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Zolt Plant-Powered Superdrink Mix - Peak + Mushroom Complex Clementine -- 10 Packets

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Zolt Plant-Powered Superdrink Mix - Peak + Mushroom Complex Clementine Description

  • Zolt Plant-Powered Superdrink Mix for Mind And Body™
  • Peak Your Anytime Power-Up
  • + Mushroom Complex
  • Focused Calm | Cognitive Performance | Whole-Body Wellness
  • Naturally Caffeinated
  • Organic Adaptogens
  • Functional Fungi • Focus • Plant Botanicals
  • 10 Mixie Sticks

Get Your Day Going Peak’s terpenes, antioxidants, and adaptogens are bolstered by natural caffeine from green tea (122 mg) and choline, so you can be at your sharpest and perform your best. It’s a functional mushroom powerhouse, with reishi, cordyceps, and lion’s mane all playing a starring role, for full-body wellness inside and out.


- Energy and metabolism

- Calm and equilibrium

- Refresh and Reset

- All natural flavors and sweeteners

- Kosher, plant-based and gluten-free

- Terpenes, antioxidants and organic adaptogens


Tasting Notes:

This super-refreshing clementine orange drink sparkles over ice as a perfect pick-me-up. Get adventurous in the evening and transform an otherwise basic cocktail or mocktail.


The Fine Print

+ Plant botanical and adaptogenic mushroom blend
+ Formulated with organic adaptogens
+ Proprietary Terpene Botanicals Sativa Complex, composed of 16 terpenes
+ Naturally Caffeinated
+ Made with care in the US in SQF, cGMP, and/or FDA certified facilities
+ 1% donated to National Young Farmers Coalition


Suggested Use:

Combine 1 mixie stick with 16oz of water (any °F). Mix with gusto, as adaptogens may settle.

Free Of

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Stick
Servings per Container: 10
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate2 g1%
   Dietary Fiber2 g7%
Organic Reishi Mushroom Extract (Ganoderma lucidum) (Fruiting Bodies)300 mg*
Organic Lion's Mane Mushroom Extract (Hericium erinacaeus) (Fruiting Bodies)300 mg*
Organic Cordyceps Mushroom Extract (Cordyceps militaris) (Fruiting Bodies)300 mg*
AlphaSize® (Alpha GPC 50%)200 mg*
Organic PANMOL® B-Complex175 mg*
Organic Green Tea Extract (Camellia sinensis) (Leaf)
(98% Natural Caffeine)
125 mg*
Proprietary Functionally Tailored Terpene Complex
(Caryophyllene Beta, Limonene D, Humulene Alpha, Alpha Bisabolol, Nerolidol, Myrcene, Beta Pinene, Alpha Pinene, Caryophyllene Oxide, Alpha Terpineol, Linalool Ex Ho Oil, Phytol, Camphene, Terpinolene, Geraniol, Citronellol)
50 mg
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic agave inulin, citric acid, natural flavors, organic stevia.

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