Rehydration Drink

by | Jun 4, 2019 | Drinks, Recipes

Water is great for rehydration, but if your plans include heavy use of muscle and endurance, you need something a little extra! This recipe will replace electrolytes, support muscle recovery and get you hydrated in no time. 


  • 2 tsps Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)
    • This vinegar made from fermented apples have been used for medicinal reasons or centuries. It’s full of bioactive components which give it antioxidant and antimicrobial benefits. It can support a healthy heart, sinuses and skin, and blood sugar levels. It’s ability to help with fatigue and blood pressure make it especially useful ingredient in our rehydration beverage.
  • 1/8 tsp Redmond Real Salt
    • You lose sodium when you sweat, so replacing it is important. However, not all salts are equal. Only unrefined natural salt supports your bodies needs for sodium while also giving it minerals. Natural salt helps support your muscles and blood pressure as well. In order to stay hydrated, you need sodium! The unrefined salt can also calm muscle cramps and fatigue, putting you back on the road to recovery after heavy exercise.
  • 2 tsps local Honey
    • Not all honey products are created equal either. Highly processed honey strips away the natural vitamins and minerals and sometimes even adds negative ingredients, like high-fructose corn sugar. Local honey is better, but if you can’t find any, unrefined raw honey is the one you should choose. For the purposes of our drink, the honey provides replacement of vitamins and minerals lost through sweat, helps with inflammation and boosts your energy after a draining physical event.
  • 1 scoop Aminowise
    • This includes plenty of beneficial vitamins and minerals as well as body-boosting essential oils. It also contains 12mg of potassium, which is vital to workout recovery. It helps that it tastes great, too!
  • Spring Water
    • Spring water is nature’s water! It’s clean and full of minerals, which restore your body’s natural balance. Filtered water may take out the minerals and re-mineralized water may include man-made chemicals as opposed to nature-made ones. So, your best bet for any drinking water is spring water.


  • Combine all ingredients in a glass jar. Shake well. If consuming later shake before drinking.

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