- A Delicious Orange Electrolyte Drink to Help Boost Your Pickleball Game
- It´s Fun To Feel Good
- No Gluten
- No GMO
- No Soy
- Physician Approved
- Label Claim Verified
- Nutritional Supplement
Dear Pickleball Addict,
Did you know there are two types of muscle cramps? That´s right. If you start cramping during a match, that´s a sign that your body is low in Potassium. If you cramp up after the match, or at night-that's a sign your body is low in Magnesium.
Jigsaw Pickleball Cocktail® is especially useful during long Pickleball tournament days and contains both Potassium and Magnesium - two key electrolytes. It also contains Redmond's Real Salt® which has important trace minerals that regular sodium-chloride doesn't´t have.
Finally, we don't use any sugar. Zero. Yes, sugar can give you a spike in energy... but that's really just a band-aid. And most people are (wisely) trying to limit their daily sugar intake!
Jigsaw's Quality Promise
Every batch of product is tested by a 3rd party lab to ensure purity and potency. We believe that what's on the label is what should be in the packets, and nothing else.
Expiration Date11/01/2022 00:00:00
Malic acid (for tartness), natural flavors (no msg), stevia leaf extract & monk fruit extract (for sweetness), bamboo extract (to prevent clumping), orange juice concentrate (for flavor), beta carotene & beet root (for color).
As a nutritional supplement, mix 1 packet in 16 oz. of water once daily, or use as directed by your healthcare professional.
Should not be used if tamper evident seal is broken. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
|Serving Size: 1 packet (5 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 60|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value**|
|Total Carbohydrate||1 g||<1%|
|Total Sugar||0 g|
|Includes 0 g Added Sugars||0%|
|Sodium (as Redmond´s Real Salt®)||90 mg||4%|
|Potassium (as potassium chloride)||800 mg||17%|
|Magnesium (as dimagnesium malate)||50 mg||12%|
|Chloride (as potassium chloride and sodium chloride)||900 mg||39%|
|**The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.|