Need energy but don’t want the extra carbs found in most drinks

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7 Reasons to Drink Young Living’s NingXia Red
  • Long-Lasting energy support – Whole Ningxia wolfberries are traditionally used in China to support agility, longevity, and vitality.  Engergizes without the harmful effects caused by trendy drinks. 
  • Revitalizing, total-body protection – Over 50 percent increase in S-ORAC level to help protect against free radicals.  Now with patented and standardized grape seek extract.
  • Fortifies the body and replenishes key nutrients – Consuming 2-4 ounces daily delivers powerful polysaccharides and phytonutrients and it contains zeaxanthin, a well-studied carotenoid.
  • Seven times more pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil – Now with orange, yuzu, lemon, and tangerine essential oils that are traditionally known for their emotion-supporting properties and the blend is 93 percent d-limonene– a will studied antioxidant.
  • Improved great flavor – New zero-calorie stevia sweetener and proprietary Nutrient Guard processing flavored with essential oils and a proprietary juice blend.
  • Now Kosher and Halal approved.
  • New custom glass bottle – Nonporous and impermeable glass ensures NingXia Red’s freshness and taste.  There is no plastic or plastic-lined aluminum packaging.  

For centuries the NingXia wolfberry has been prized as one of the world’s healthiest superfruits.  Packed with fiber and boasting off-the-charts antioxident levels, the wolfberry is a nutritional powerhouse.

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Essential oil Properties Pharmaceutical Properties

1. Natural, wild-crafted or grown organically 1. Unnatural synthetic chemically or genetically engineered

2. Hundreds of constituents, not all known 2. One or two active ingredients, all of which are known

3. Never two batches the same 3. Every batch the same (Purity)

4. Not patentable (God made) 4. Patentable (Man-made)


Effects and Consequences

5. Restores natural function 5. Inhibits natural function

6. No adverse reactions 6. Many adverse reactions

7. Antiviral 7. Usually not antiviral

8. Improves inter-cellular communication 8. Disrupts inter-cellular communication

9. Corrects and restores proper cellular memory (DNA) 9. Garbles and confuses cellular memory (DNA)

10. Cleanses receptor sites 10. Blocks receptor sites

11. Builds immune system 11. Depresses immune system

12. Emotionally balancing 12. Emotionally unbalancing

13. Side effects beneficial 13. Side effects harmful

14. Leads towards independence and wellness 14. Leads towards dependence and chronic disease



15. Assumes wellness as natural state, invulnerable to illness 15. Assumes natural state prone/vulnerable to illness

16. Assumes body and mind capable of self-healing 16. Assumes body needs external assistance to heal

17. Integrated wholistically-body mind and spirit as a unit 17. Fragmented, treats body parts

18. Builds natural defenses and lets body deal with disease 18. Supplants natural defenses and attacks disease itself

19. Treats internally at level of cellular intelligence 19. Treats externally at level of gross symptoms

20. Theistic, historic roots in religion when healers 20. Secular, historic roots in materialism, motivated by greed.

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