VIVA

We believe you should know exactly what goes into viva. After trying you may think it's purely magic inside but we have gone through years of testing to put only the highest quality all natural ingredients into viva

Prickly Pear

The prickly pear cactus doesn’t just taste good, it’s packed with tons of nutrients from vitamins
and minerals to flavonoids that work together to provide numerous benefits. More recent studies
have shown its effectiveness in reducing inflammation caused by drinking.

Turmeric

Also known as the spice of life, turmeric has been used in India for thousands of years in
Ayurvedic medicine and for decades in Asia as a natural remedy to rough mornings. Its active
ingredient is curcumin. We use only 95% pure curcumin (the highest in the industry).

Ginger Root

Ginger is a close relative to turmeric, packed with nutrients and has a long history of use in
helping with digestion and reducing nausea. These numerous health benefits is thanks to
gingerol, the main bioactive compound found in ginger.

Asian Ginseng

Asian ginseng also known as panax ginseng has long been used in traditional Chinese
medicine as a popular herbal remedy with research showing it contains strong anti-inflammatory
properties. Studies have shown positive effects on alcohol metabolism leading to the relief of
rough mornings after a night out.

Vitamin C & B Complex

Vitamin C, B1, B2, B6, and B12 are all essential to maintaining good health. While a proper
balanced diet will normally contain enough of these key vitamins for your daily intake, drinking
alcohol depletes these essential nutrients from your body.

Magnesium & Zinc

Both are essential nutrients for maintaining good health. Magnesium is an essential mineral
required for over 300 reactions in the body. Zinc plays a significant role in your digestion,
metabolism, and immune system just to list a few.

NAC

NAC is short for N-Acetyl-Cysteine. It’s an important amino acid that is commonly found in high
protein foods such as chicken or legumes. It is regularly used in hospitals to help prevent or
reduce kidney and liver damage by boosting your body’s most potent antioxidant, glutathione.

L-Theanine

This amino acid is most commonly found in green tea and black tea. Studies have shown that it
helps with relaxation and a deeper, more restful sleep.

Black Pepper

Research has shown piperine, the extract of black pepper, can increase the absorption of
certain nutrients and compounds such as curcumin.