When life hands you lemons, make lemonade and....

add some salt and you'll have a refreshing after round drink. In addition to additional doses of magnesium and Vitamin C to counter redistribution discomfort, electrolytes greatly help.

Some redistribution symptoms are increased adrenal stress. The electrolytes from salt and sugar address this. The citric acid from lemon juice also eases redistribution symptoms.

Real sugar (1/2 tsp per cup), a pinch of salt, and 1 to 2 tsp. of lemon juice in water, and voila. You or your child have a refreshing pick me up. :)

And who can be upset, when drinking lemonade on a hot summer's day? I certainly can't. Other seasonal fruit add ins or a combination with tea and lemonade are also very refreshing.

I also make this beverage in the winter. Hot lemon water is a drink I enjoyed quite a lot growing up. My grandma would boil water, we let it cool down and then added lemon juice concentrate.

It helps to dislodge mucus in the nose and throat, when congestion is an issue. And the sugar and salt are easy add-ins, when you want it to address redistribution headaches or discomfort.

Let us know in the comments, what your favorite functional drink is?

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