The Ultimate Alternative For Festivals: Why Okana Is Great To Drink While On A Bender
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We at Okana love a good party. Like, a really good party. You know the kind – lots of friends, lots of people, good music, good drinks, making out with strangers, watching the sun rise.
Social activities, nightlife, and prolonged periods of fun are extremely important for our well-being. As they say, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." I don't know who the f*** this Jack is, but this phrase couldn't be truer. Don't be dull. Go have fun.
However, this comes with some disclaimers. Big parties and festivals aren't exactly the best for our health: lack of sleep, alcohol, poor food choices, drugs, smoking. We all know the pitfalls and negative aspects of a weekend of heavy partying.
We've all come up with silly ways to prevent and cure things like exhaustion or dehydration or general sickness. Pedialyte before bed, coffee and pancakes in the morning, Tylenol in between, water. I've even been known to chug some pickle juice to resupply on electrolytes. There are even services in Las Vegas that bring a nurse to your room after a night of partying to give you an IV of vitamins and nutrients!
But what if I told you that drinking Okana when you're on a bender is the perfect way to keep up the energy for a night of dancing, and also to feel good when you wake up in the morning? Well, you'd have to believe me. Because I'm writing to you on the internet. And it's very safe to believe everything that you read on the internet.
Ok, let's be clear: we definitely do not suggest that you pump Okana into your veins through an IV. We also won't claim that drinking Okana will magically cure your hangover resulting from 1.5 hours of sleep and a pint of tequila. But!...Okana is undoubtedly a perfect ally to help you during your wild weekends.
How is that? It's simple, really. The first thing that you're going to need to survive your rave, your Halloween party, your bachelor party, or your trip to Coachella is energy. Especially when you cross the bridge into 30 or, dare I say, 40. Okana is full of healthy, slowly-diffused, and long lasting caffeine to give you the energy that you need to stay up through the night. And that's important, because who wants to miss the headlining band, miss the sunrise, miss the late-night/early-morning escapades, miss the girl or guy looking to make out with you, or miss any of the turpitude that might come from tomfoolery with the mates.
Drinking Okana, especially if it helps you to cut out a bit of the heavy drinking, can help you be your healthiest to exalt life to the maximum. Sometimes, the best time's come from having a clear mind. I mean, it's always best to remember the good times that you have, no? So perhaps one or two fewer beers and one or two more cups of Okana.
Then there's the morning after. Or, perhaps, the afternoon after, depending on how late you sleep in. Your body and mind are going to be desperate for some healthy reinforcements. Maybe even lots of healthy reinforcements. What better than superfoods and adaptogens? Okana's blend of reishi, lion's mane, yerba mate, cinnamon, ginger, ashwagandha, ginseng, lucuma, and licorice will give your body exactly what it needs after you wake up at noon…face-down in a gutter on Las Vegas Boulevard…without your pants…and with a raccoon snuggled up to your rib cage. Where's my wallet? This is why Okana is more than just a dose of caffeine; it's also full of theobromine, ginsenosides, polysaccharides, and other fancy-sounding-but-natural perks that improve your well-being (hence, recovery).
Okana was developed first and foremost to give you natural, healthy energy. But we also developed it to give your mind what it needs to be focused, and give your body what it needs to be its healthiest. A heavy night – or weekend, or week – of partying is the perfect time to suck down some Okana. Before the night begins, and after the night ends.By Nicholas MaffeFriday, September 10, 2021