If you’re familiar with the concept of euphoric beverages, then you already know they make a great alternative to alcohol. They offer the social lubrication and mood enhancing properties commonly associated with alcohol, but without the blackouts and hangovers that come with heavy drinking. Now, Kin, the biggest name in euphoric beverages, is adding a new flavor to the mix: Kin Lightwave. It’s a non alcoholic drink that’s actually worth drinking.

Kin Lightwave: A Non Alcoholic Beverage That’s Worth Drinking

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The latest Kin euphoric is a smooth blend of lavender-vanilla, birch, and smoked sea salts that liven the spirit and satiate the palate. Lightwave combines Reishi Mushroom, Saffron, L-Tryptophan and Passionflower for a blend engineered to elevate your mood, delight your mind, and energize your body.

How does it work? Kin Lightwave’s active euphoric ingredients fall into three basic categories, and work to improve your mood, boost your brain, and enhance your sense of social connection without getting you drunk or giving you a hangover. Reishi Mushroom and Passionflower are adaptogens, plants and herbs that can strengthen your own adrenal system and provide more balanced and healthy stress responses in your body and mind. Nootropics are supplements that can boost your brain’s cognitive function, and Lightwave is loaded with plenty of them, including L-Theanine, L-Serine, L-Tryptophan, and Magnesium Glycinate. These nootropics work together to quiet your mind and clarify your thinking. Finally, there are the botanics, including Lavender Extract, Cinnamon, Saffron, and Gentian Root, which in addition to their flavorful and aromatic properties, can confer a feeling of calm and relaxation, as well as boosting your immune system.

Kin Lightwave is designed to bring “grounding calm” to your mind and spirit with each eight-ounce can. It’s described as “a functional beverage for modern rituals,” which gives you an idea of its versatility. Just crack open a can and enjoy its calming, brain-boosting effects without fear of a hangover the next morning. If you like it, you might want to drink two or even three, but the recommended 24-hour limit is four cans per person.

Conveniently, you can get a four-pack of Kin Lightwave for $27, or you can save ten percent by signing up for a monthly subscription. So click here to check out both options, as well as the rest of the Kin non alcoholic euphorics lineup, including Kin Dream Light, Kin Spritz, and Kin High Rhode, at the brand’s official online store.

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