Yes, all of our tonic varieties are made with filtered water.

Yes! They are!

All of our tonics are caffeine-free with the exception of our Japanese Matcha tonic, which contains ceremonial grade matcha. Unlike coffee, matcha contains an amino acid that provides a smooth and steady boost of energy, rather than the spike and crash coffee tends to result in.

Our tonics contain zero sugar. We use non-caloric monk fruit and naturally derived erythritol in our tonics. We found these to be the best-tasting, best-for-you options to keep our drinks sweet, without the unwanted sugar or calories.

Zero. Our tonics are 100% cholesterol-free.

Yes! We are proud to share that all of our drinks are vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, and non-GMO.

The short answer is yes and no! The longer answer is that yes, the herbs in our tonics are all organic. With our mission of supporting as many small, independent farmers and growers as we possibly can, some of the ingredients we purchase are not certified organic. This simply means they can’t afford an organic certification at the moment. However, many of them farm with organic practices and often exceed the organic farming standards! As we continue to develop our supply chain in accordance with our values, we will use the plants grown by these farms more and more. We are weighing out the benefit of getting an organic certification for our tonics while making sure we can continue supporting small farmers around the world.

Erythritol is a sugar alcohol that exists naturally in many plants, such as grapes and mushrooms, and in fermented foods like cheese, wine, and beer. It is produced through a natural fermentation process, and it does not cause dental cavities or contribute to tooth decay since mouth bacteria can’t metabolize it. Erythritol has about 65–75% of the sweetness of sugar. Erythritol is the only sugar alcohol produced through fermentation.

Technically, no. If you’re focused on eating a low-carbohydrate diet, sugar alcohols will not affect your carbohydrate count. The carbohydrates from erythritol in our tonics are net zero because they’re not metabolized, meaning it’s eliminated from the body unchanged.

Erythritol in our tonics is used predominantly for its sweet taste, and does not provide nutritional value, since it contains zero calories, zero net carbs, and zero sugar.


Our Japanese Matcha tonic contains about 1/t tsp of matcha powder, which comes out to roughly 70mgs of caffeine. A standard 8oz cup of black coffee contains about 95 mg of caffeine.

There are 2,500 to 3,000 milligrams of turmeric in Turmeric Radiance. The effects of Turmeric Radiance are not entirely based on turmeric, it's about the supporting synergy from the other 10 herbs and spices in the blend that are potently active and complement it to get an overall delicious and beneficial effect.


Yes, all the herbs we use in our drinks are GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe). Generally recognized as safe (GRAS) is an American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designation that a chemical or substance added to food is considered safe by experts and so is exempt from the usual Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA) food additive tolerance requirements.


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