Our Favorite Drink
Q: What is red, tastes amazing and is packed with antioxidants?
A: One of Young Living’s most popular and top-selling products NingXia Red®, a synergistic, whole-body nutrient infusion that energizes, fortifies, and revitalizes.
The story behind NingXia Red® is an interesting one. In 1993, Young Living Founder D. Gary Young was traveling the world seeking the natural secrets of life, energy, and vitality. In China, he was introduced to Chinese scientist Dr. Songqiao Chao. Dr. Chao told Gary about a delicious berry that had been prized for thousands of years in China for its powerful health supporting benefits and that the people who regularly ingested this berry led remarkably long and healthy lives. However, due to the Ningxia region’s physical and political isolation, knowledge of this potent superfruit remained relatively hidden from Western culture.
Gary became convinced that this superfruit needed to be made available to the world. He combined the NingXia wolfberry with Young Living’s pure essential oils and created what we now know and love as NingXia Red®.
This sweet and tangy drink’s formula includes wolfberry, which is touted for its health benefits. Also featuring plum, aronia, cherry, blueberry, and pomegranate juices and extracts, Young Living’s NingXia Red is packed with superfoods to support overall wellness.
In addition to these antioxidant ingredients, NingXia Red’s formula includes pure vanilla extract and Lemon, Orange, Yuzu, and Tangerine essential oils for a great-tasting, healthy treat.
Just the daily recommended 2 – 4 ounces includes support for energy levels, normal cellular function, and whole-body and normal eye health. Support your body’s overall wellness with powerful antioxidants approximately equivalent to four pounds of carrots, eight oranges, two pounds of beets, three cups of raspberries and two cups of blueberries!
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.