Bar & Berry is an energy drink 100% naturally produced and bottled in Germany, with full German ingredients after a recipe built by supplier. The producer is number one global raw material. Bar&Berry is produced with fruit extracts and natural herbs, with a powerful revitalizing and that due substances contained. However the taste of the product is like an energy drink replacing with success the traditional version that has the recipe with taurine. Many people, after passing 30 years begin to be more careful about consuming. Therefore they try to limit the consumption of traditional energy drinks. They are our target consumers for this 100% natural energy drink.
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It is one of the oldest natural stimulants used by man. All energy drinks contain caffeine. It has a stimulating effect: 100 mg caffeine stimulates mental activity.
Caffeine helps increase alertness and concentration.
Represent the fruits of a species of palm that grows in Central and South America, from Belize to Brazil and Peru. Fruits are small (2.5 cm in diameter) and have a color between black and purple. They are rich in antioxidants (some studies say that more than contain blueberries), dietary fiber, vitamins B1, B2, B3, vitamin C, vitamin E, Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9, calcium, potassium and more.
Ginkgo is obtained from the dried leaves in a very precise and standardized proportion. Scientific studies have shown that Ginkgo supplements can have beneficial effects on the circulatory system, especially of the peripheral , can prevent blood clots and improve overall health.
Ginkgo is also a powerful antioxidant and may slow and destroy free radicals formed in the body due to harmful factors of the environment - pollution, unhealthy diet, ultraviolet radiation, cigarette smoke.
Guarana and Ginseng
Herbs with a tonic effect on the body. Guarana leaves are used in medicine for its curative benefits: help remove lactic acid from muscle tissue and reduce muscle pain after intense effort. It is also known for its curative properties on the liver. Doctors argue that the alleged effects of these herbal stimulants have not been proven scientifically.
These data are purely informative and should be treated as such.