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First Wolfberry Beverage Infused With Essential Oils Comes To Singapore

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Get your dose of antioxidants with NingXia Red, a delicious beverage that contains wolfberries, tart cherry, essential oils and more.


With so many good things we’ve heard about antioxidants, you can now get your fill with Singapore’s first nutritional wolfberry beverage, NingXia Red.

Combining whole NingXia wolfberry puree with a blend of blueberry, aronia, cherry, pomegranate, tart cherry, and plum juices; you can be sure to meet your daily antioxidant needs with this beverage. What’s unique about this beverage is that it is also infused with four therapeutic grade Young Living Orange, Tangerine, Lemon, and Yuzu essential oils.

Oxidative stress is thought to be a key mechanism behind the ageing process as well as a variety of chronic age-related diseases including cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. According to a recent research on the consumption of tart cherry juice, it has been found that the antioxidant content in tart cherry juice helps increase resistance against oxidative damage among older adults.

With the high content of antioxidants in NingXia Red, the beverage helps prevent oxidative stress while fortifying the body with nutrients and vitamins. Other health-supporting properties include promoting eye health and sustaining energy for overall health and wellness. Its unique wolfberry component is also known to be rich in Vitamin C, which aids in the growth, maintenance, and repair of tissues in the body.

Offering a sweet and tangy taste, simply consume 30ml to 60ml of the beverage twice daily and enjoy it chilled. NingXia Red has been approved by the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA) as safe for consumption for both adults and children in Singapore, and is both Halal and Kosher certified.

NingXia Red retails in a pack of two bottles at SGD 155.26, and can be purchased from the Young Living website.




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