2OceansVibe Article on BuchuLife Herbal Water
Every human being worth their kidneys knows that the healthiest drink available is pure, clean water. Sure, and we enjoy water. A lot. But there are two immediate problems with this vibe. Firstly, clean, drinkable pure water isn’t always available when you want a drink. And secondly, sometimes you don’t want water.
Water has no taste. It has nothing to offer me besides brutal simplicity. Which is why we love a whole host of beverages besides water. That’s why you had coffee this morning, and not a nice steamy cup of boiled water.
Still, you can’t beat the health benefits of drinking water. It’s a basic fuel/reward principle. Your body is happy when you drink water, and it rewards you for it.
Conundrum. We want something more than water, but we want health.
Solution: Flavoured water. Surely, hey? I mean, it’s water, so it’s healthy, but it’s also interesting!
Except, there’s a problem here, and that problem is deceit. Listen carefully, there are people deceiving you and me. They’re telling us that their flavoured water is healthy, when in fact it’s laden with preservatives, artificial flavourants, coulourants, and sugar. LOTS of sugar. We have a big problem with flavoured drinks that masquerade as health drinks, while actually slowly conspiring to kill you from heart disease and diabetes.
Buchulife Herbal Water has come to the party just in time to save us from a life of blindness and tingling fingertips.
You know what’s in their water? Water, gas, and buchu oil. That’s all. It’s 100% natural and organic, straight out of the Cape Floral Kingdom, and it makes you feel great.
Look, I don’t have to tell you that the buchu plant is nature’s medicine cabinet. You have wikipedia for that. In a nutshell, Buchulife Herbal Water contains the essential vitamins and antioxidants needed by the body to combat free-radicals and enhance general wellbeing. I’m fine with that.
We have a fridge of Buchu Life’s Herbal Buchu Water in the office, and we love the stuff. I can personally recommend the sparkling lime. It’s just how I roll.