2010: The Rise of ‘Anti-Energy’ Drinks
Apparently all those energy-boosting soft drinks have encouraged us to take on more than we can handle.
Apparently all those energy-boosting soft drinks have encouraged us to take on more than we can handle. Lost At E Minor claims that Red Bull is “so 2009”, with this decade bringing the rise of ‘anti-energy’ drinks. Mary Jane’s Relaxing Soda is an all-natural soft drink that help you ‘better deal’ with stressful situations. Manufactured in the US, the all-kosher soda’s active herbal ingredients – Kava Extract and Passionflower work together to produce relaxation and calming effects, similar effects to that of alcohol, only without the “drowsiness, “beer goggles”, tough-guy syndrome, or hangovers.” Others have also compared the soda’s mood-altering effects to that of marijuana – hence the name.
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