Ingredients

ACEROLA

GINKGO

Ginger

Willow bark

PRICKLY PEAR

VITAMINE

C + B1 + B2 +B6 +
FOLSÄURE

Mineralstoffe

Zink + Natrium +
Magnesium

DAS STECKT
IN ONE:47

Natural
high-dosed

plant extracts

Ginger

Ginger is a bulb from Asia with numerous minerals and vitamins. It ensures the sharp taste of our drinks.

ACEROLA

The acerola cherry comes from tropical South America. The stone fruit is the main supplier of vitamin C in one:47 - in its natural form. It also contains additional B vitamins and a high concentration of antioxidants.

Willow bark

Willow bark is often available as a tea and is also often used in naturopathy.
Known from willow bark tea, branches of willow bark sometimes contain high levels of so-called salicylates (such as salicin, salicortin, etc.). Salicylates are converted into salicylic acids in the body. These have a similar mechanism of action as acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) - a synthetic medical substance that was developed on the basis of salicylates.

GINKGO

Gingko is a tree that originally comes from China. Its leaves are used in pharmacy and are said to have positive effects on the brain, nerve cells and memory. You can find the plant extract in our products.

PRICKLY PEAR

Opuntia ficus-indica is one of the most popular cacti and can therefore also be bought as a juice in health food stores and pharmacies. It is an original tropical fruit that can be found in Mexico but also in Spain and has a pleasantly sweet and aromatic taste. It is the last highly concentrated plant extract that you will find in one:47.

Vitamine

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B2 contributes to the normal functioning of iron metabolism and reduces tiredness. Ideal for celebrating longer in the evening and feeling fitter (even in the morning).

Vitamin C

Coming from our acerola fruit, vitamin C helps reduce tiredness, a normal function of the nervous system and helps to protect the cells from oxidative stress. So everything is in order.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6, on the other hand, contributes to normal psychological function and to normal protein and glycogen metabolism. As far as possible everything should stay in the green!

Vitamin B1

Our vitamin B1 contributes to the normal function of the nervous system and supports the normal function of the heart. We didn't want to do without that.

Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)

Folic acid is unfortunately not stable in liquids, so we thought we should at least add vitamin B12 to the shots - after all, the most complex of all vitamin molecules, which also helps to reduce fatigue, as well as contributing to a normal energy metabolism.

Natural
Minerals

Sodium

Sodium, better known as salt, is one of the electrolytes and is a mineral that the body needs in relatively large quantities.
But tastes better here than a salty herring!

Zinc

Our antioxidant zinc, on the other hand, contributes to a normal acid-base metabolism as well as a normal metabolism of macronutrients. It has atomic number 30 on the periodic table!

Magnesium

Magnesium is more likely to be associated with exercise because it contributes to normal muscle function, but also to an electrolyte balance. This is what this is about!