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This isn’t a secret. There’s some serious biochemistry going on in the produce aisle of your grocery store. We just blended it together.

Tart cherries, cranberries, pomegranate, hibiscus, beetroot, plus magnesium: individually, they’ve been shown to help improve blood pressure numbers. Together, they gang up on them.


Pomegranate is a natural ACE inhibitor, which assists in stopping blood vessels from constricting too much. It’s also a natural anti-sclerotic and anti-inflammatory, both of which help prevent scarring and stiffening of blood vessels. This is beneficial for normalizing blood pressure, and gives it cardioprotective effects.


Cranberries are high in phenolic compounds, which have an anti-inflammatory effect. One study showed a decrease in C-reactive protein (which is a marker for cardiovascular inflammation). They also appear to reduce blood levels of triglycerides. All of this has led researchers to conclude that cranberries have a cardioprotective effect.


Hibiscus acts as a natural ACE inhibitor and a natural potassium-sparing diuretic. It also helps to keep LDL (“bad”) cholesterol under control, which doesn’t come at the expense of HDL (“good”) cholesterol. All of this contributes to it being cardioprotective.


Tart cherries are a rich source of vitamin C and phenolic compounds, which have an anti-inflammatoryeffect. They also work as an NADH oxidase inhibitor, which is one of the ways in which ACE inhibitors work. Additionally, studies have shown decreases in the markers for diabetes, exercise-induced muscle soreness, and loss of strength.


Beetroot is extremely high in nitrates, which the body converts to nitrite and then nitric oxide (NO), which is a potent vasodilator. Additionally, studies have shown that the marker for cardiac inflammation, C-reactive protein, appears to be significantly decreased with the consumption of beets, making it cardioprotective.


Magnesium is a smooth muscle relaxer, a natural calcium channel blocker, and may increase nitric oxide (NO) production. Calcium channel blockers relax and widen blood vessels. Vascular smooth muscle impacts the volume of blood vessels and the local blood pressure by relaxing and/or contracting. Magnesium has also been shown to decrease sodium concentrations in red blood cells without changing potassium concentration.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I drink 120/Life?

We recommend you drink one 8 oz. bottle of 120/Life® daily to maximize its effect.

Is there a specific time of day I should drink 120/Life?

We recommend that you drink 120/Life when you wake up, as part of your morning routine. That said, the drink is designed to work regardless of what time of day you choose to enjoy it.

Is 120/Life safe for diabetic consumption?

There are roughly 10 grams of sugar in the drink, all of which come from the ingredients we use to make it. However, the drink contains no added sugars; instead, we sweeten the drink with stevia, an all-natural sugar substitute which has also been shown to reduce blood pressure in clinical studies. This means that the drink is unlikely to cause a major spike in your sugar levels, but should be consumed with caution nonetheless.

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