The first energy drink with a distinct ginger taste , « Human energy « is truly different !
It is noticeably different thanks to its unique formula and toning virtues (ginger, taurine and caffeine), low sugar content, total lack of colorants, delicately carbonated with a natural appearance due to its perfect transparency.
« Human energy « targets a large public (students, clubbers, working intellectuals, sports people of all levels, seniors). It can be consumed as a refreshing drink or to fill a specific need for energy, for intellectual or sporting activities (concentration, increased attention, thought processing).
Its toning and energizing properties (vitamins B6 and B12), original taste, natural fragrance, low sugar content (the lowest of all energetic drinks) completely clear due to total lack of colorants and superb packaging, put « Human energy « as a top of the line, prestigious luxury drink.
Ginger, taurine and caffeine....
Ginger is a perennial tropical plant from Asia with aromatic rhizome (an underground perennial stem giving out roots or other stems), has been used in cooking as a condiment to spice up dishes, and also in medicine for its therapeutic virtues, for more than 3000 years. Ginger is a well known tonic, famous for strengthening the heart and the stomach, helping to overcome travel sickness and treating digestion problems.
Scientific studies have proven its anti oxidant virtues. To summarize, ginger is recognized for being an aphrodisiac, overall stimulant, and antibacterial.
But also for :
- Reducing nausea in motion sickness
- Treating indigestions
- Soothing coughs and treating colds, the flu, sore throats and other respiratory ailments.
Taurine is an amino-acid derivative present in the human body and in foods (Bigard 2010) . It plays a role in different processes of the human metabolism. « Taurine plays an important part in vision, calcium regulation at a cellular level... » (antidoping.ch 2010).
Caffeine is an alkaloid which stimulates cardio functions and metabolism. It temporarily wards off drowsiness and restores alertness. Caffeine is slightly diuretic. It is considered a cardiovascular and central nervous system stimulant, as well as a stimulant for vigilance. (Allard 2011).