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Adaptogenic sparkling water

$4.99
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  • Daydream
  • Daydream is a refreshing and sparkling blend of wellness, perfect for enhancing every moment. With no sugar, caffeine, or artificial ingredients, our adaptogens uninterruptedly work with the bodies endocrine system. Think of us as healthier and more mindful choice to improve mood, and balance the mind and body.

    - Natural
    - Caffeine free
    - Sugar free
    - Vegan

    Product of Ontario | 355 mL

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  • Our mission is to bring more calming moments to the world through each of our delicious and dreamy beverages.Founded in 2019, Alex Simonelli created Daydream as his art to the world. The vision of the brand was to inspire people to live as their most creative and authentic selves in the present moment. We believe that the wellness of the mind starts with imagination and wonder, and Daydreaming was the act of wondering in the present moment.