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Kids Relax and Unwind

A calming drink for a relaxing evening routine

Please note: this product has a July 2023 BBE

10 days' supply*

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    • Please note: this product has a July 2023 BBE
    • Supports bone development in children
    • Promotes a sense of calm and relaxation
    • tasty natural berry flavoured drink, sweetened with tooth friendly xylitol
    • Free from artificial sweeteners
    • Do not feed xylitol to dogs. If consumed seek veterinary advice.
    • Please note: product packaging received may vary from that shown

What is Kids Relax and Unwind?

Formulated with active kids in mind, Relax & Unwind provides key nutrients to support relaxation and calm, in a delicious berry flavoured drink. To help your child wind down, Relax and Unwind contains magnesium and theanine, the natural amino acid known to aid calm, as well as providing calcium and vitamin D to support normal growth and bone development. This unique formula is not only suitable for children over 3 years but also for any other members of the family who have problems relaxing or getting off to sleep.

Why is ours better?

This unique formula provides calcium, magnesium and vitamin D for normal growth and development of bones in children as well as theanine, the amino acid found naturally in green tea, to promote a sense of calm and relaxation. This tasty drink is free from artificial sweeteners.

Who is this for?

This is a delicious berry flavoured drink that kids will love to drink before bed or during the day to wind down before a nap. Also supports bone development in children. Can also be enjoyed by whole family to promote calm and may be especially useful for those who have problems relaxing or getting to sleep.

One sachet (9.4g) typically provides:

1.25µg Vitamin D2, 78.3mg Vitamin C, 120mg Calcium, 90mg Magnesium, 50mg Theanine, 301mg Citric Acid, 14mg Malic Acid.

Suggested intake:

Blend one sachet into a mug of preferably hot, or cold, water until it dissolves. For children over 3 years.

Please note

Do not feed xylitol to dogs; if consumed seek veterinary advice. Large quantities may have a laxative effect.


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