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Non Alcoholic ‘Euphoric Beverages’ Let You Socially Lubricate Without Booze

Kin Lightwave tastes great and makes you feel great, but without the hangover.

Oct 15 by Futurism Creative
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If you’re tired of constantly turning to alcohol while socializing, there is an alternative. Euphoric beverages, like those from Kin, are non alcoholic drinks that can enhance your mood without getting you drunk. Perhaps more importantly, they allow you to socially lubricate without giving you a hangover the next morning. And the newest, and perhaps greatest addition to their product lineup is Kin Lightwave.

The flavor of Kin Lightwave combines lavender-vanilla, birch, and smoked sea salts into a refreshing and tasty rainbow. But the flavor is far from the only reason to enjoy Lightwave. Its euphoric properties come from its active ingredients of Reishi Mushroom, Saffron, L-Tryptophan. While responses to Kin euphorics differ, some of the most commonly reported sensations include a sense of calm, clearer thinking, and better social connections — and, again, no hangovers.

Kin Lightwave: A Delicious Non Alcoholic Beverage That’s Perfect For Socializing

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If a drink that acts as the proverbial social lubricant without getting you drunk or giving you a hangover sounds too good to be true, you probably just have to experience Kin Lightwave for yourself. But if you’re interested in the chemical components of non alcoholic Lightwave, the main ingredients all come down to adaptogens, nootropics, and botanics.

Reishi Mushroom and Passionflower are adaptogens that boost your adrenal system and give your body more balanced and healthy stress responses. Lightwave’s nootropics are L-Theanine, L-Serine, L-Tryptophan, and Magnesium Glycinate, which come together to give your brain a much needed boost. Then, there are botanics like Lavender Extract, Cinnamon, Saffron, and Gentian Root, which give the beverage flavor and aroma as well as a feeling of calm and relaxation, plus a handy boost to your body’s immune system.

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Like any euphoric, Kin Lightwave can be a great replacement for alcohol, particularly for those who are interested in “social drinking” but aren’t into getting drunk and hungover. Meant to confer a sense of “grounding calm” to both your mind and your spirit, non alcoholic Lightwave billed as “a functional beverage for modern rituals,” and could make a nice modern beverage for your ritual functions, too.

Inside each can of Kin Lightwave you’re likely to find a sense of calm, a boost to your brainpower, and better, clearer social interactions. That, plus its one-of-a-kind flavor, means you’ll probably want to enjoy one or two more. But Kin recommends you hold yourself to four cans of Lightwave at most in a 24-hour period.

If you’re interested in non alcoholic Kin Lightwave, you can order a pack of eight cans for $30, or save a little by purchasing a 16-pack for $56. And you can save even more and have it shipped for free by going for a monthly subscription. So head over to the Kin online store and order your supply of non alcoholic Kin Lightwave now.

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