NingXia Red is the flagship product from multi-level marketing company, Young Living Essential Oils. The company specialises in essential oils and natural products and although based in Utah, operate around the World with offices and distributors in Canada, Australia, and the UK and Europe, as well as the USA. If you like the products, you can become a distributor yourself and set up your own home business.
NingXia Red is a health drink, which is supposed to improve your immunity to illness and disease and enhance energy levels. It is sold via an MLM called Young Living who specialises in essential oil products, but there is no real evidence that this drink will really provide health benefits. Some customers have complained that it simply does not work and is expensive. That said, it looks safe to drink for most people.
NingXia Red will be safe for most people to take but it will cause interactions with many prescription medications. If you are taking medication, you will need to check with your doctor or pharmacist first.
NingXia Red is very expensive and will be simply too pricey for most people to drink on a regular basis. Prices vary depending on whether you buy from a distributor or join as a distributor yourself. Two bottles of 750 ml cost $100 or £85.
NingXia Red is a ready-made drink that is aimed at people looking for general health support. People seem to take it for everything from increasing general energy and vitality to anti ageing and preventing common colds.
NingXia Red is a health drink based on the superfruit wolfberry or Goji berry as it is more usually known. This is a native Chinese fruit (Lycium Barbarum) that is grown in Ningxia Hui region in the North of China. Goji berries have become very popular in the West in recent years because of their high nutrient content leading to their description as a Superfruit. They are rich in antioxidants – molecules that can counteract cell damage in the body and help prevent against oxidative stress – a contributory factor in diseases and ageing.
This has led to numerous Goji supplements and health drinks on the market and you can also buy the dried fruit in most supermarkets. As well as wolfberries, NingXia Red also contains blends of essential oils derived from various citrus fruits, plus a blend of mixed fruits including cherry and pomegranate juices. The sweetness is provided by stevia, a natural zero-calorie sweetener.
Although the ingredients profile of NingXia Red seems very healthy, in our opinion the drink itself does not look very appetising. It comes ready prepared in attractive bottles or one serving sachet but is very red and thick and similar in appearance to tomato juice or even blood. NingXia Red is marketed by an MLM company called Young Living. This company was founded in 1993 by Gary Young and according to the website, he discovered the Goji berry in the relatively isolated province of NingXia and was struck by the health and longevity of the residents of the region. He set about marketing the berry as a drink matching it with a blend of essential oils for added potency. As well as wolfberries, the company specialise in essential oils both in edible form – that you use to add to your food or take with water and as a range of natural chemical free cleaning products called Thieves.
Drink when you feel like it. There are no strict rules about taking NingXia Red.
Young Living is based in Utah. However, it operates across the English-speaking world with offices in Australia and the UK. It is a multi-level marketing company which means that it sells products via a network of distributors rather than shops and stores. If you like the products, you can sign up yourself for discounted prices and a chance to make some extra money selling them.
Multi-level marketing is becoming increasingly popular as people try to add some extra income to their household finances but it is controversial:
The company ran into trouble in 2014 with the FDA for touting their essential oils as a protection against the Ebola virus. The Young Living adverts ran:
Viruses, including Ebola are no match for Young Living Essential Oils.
Over-the-counter products and supplements are not FDA-approved drugs so they are not allowed to claim to treat, prevent and cure diseases. In addition, there are currently no approved cures or treatments for Ebola as anyone who has ever seen the news will know. No matter how much essential oil or NingXia Red you consume, Young Living does not hold the cure to the Ebola virus:
Unusually NingXia Red does not come with too many claims about what it will actually do beyond describing it as a health drink:
NingXia Red’s synergistic, whole-body nutrient infusion energises, fortifies, and revitalises like nothing else.
The ingredients come with some suitably scientific-sounding descriptions but don’t really say anything that anyone could really understand:
This superfruit has one of the highest percentages of fibres of any whole food and contains zeaxanthin – a carotenoid important to maintaining healthy vision. It also contains polysaccharides, amino acids, and symbiotic vitamin mineral pairs that when present together promote optimum internal absorption.
We cannot see this drink doing much. It does look healthy though so if you enjoy the taste, it could be a good replacement for soft drinks such as sodas – that is if you have lots of money to spend because it is expensive. However, it is probably not going to make much difference to your long-term health.
If you want to improve your antioxidant and fibre intake, you would do better improving your general diet and consuming more fruit, vegetables, and fibre-rich foodstuffs such as wholemeal bread and legumes. NingXia Red will not replace a healthy diet but it may be an enjoyable addition.
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The ingredient quantities are not revealed so there is no way of knowing the precise details or ratios of this drink.
Potential side effects may include:
There are numerous customer reviews for NingXia Red and as ever, they are mixed opinions. Some customers are extremely satisfied, others not such much.
Love this product gives me natural energy all day. It’s all natural so there’s no instant high then a crash like you get with caffeine or sugar. It also tastes good. I prefer to put mine in the refrigerator and drink them cold. It’s perfect for that 3 PM slug when you’re falling asleep at work.
We love this stuff! We use it every time we feel a cold coming on to ward off the symptoms and it works like a charm! My whole family takes it for allergies, colds, and tiredness! Excellent juice!
Could not tell a difference when taking. Still got sick.
Did nothing for us. Would not recommend it.
I am not totally sold on this product. It is difficult to drink this, even in cold water… To me it is pricey. I will have to mix in with my smoothies to hide the taste.
Taste is good but did not give me extra energy.
It has helped when it comes to energy… Is a bit pricey.
Yummy! A bit over priced but good for an energy boost/pick me up.
There is no money-back guarantee for NingXia Red.
You can buy NingXia Red from any of the thousands of distributors selling this product, or join up as a distributor yourself and benefit from discount prices. It is also available from Amazon.
In our opinion, NingXia Red is massively overpriced. Close to $50 or £40 for one bottle does not offer good value for money, and it is important to remember that there is really no evidence that it will provide long-lasting health benefits or work as described. Many customers have been dismayed by the lack of any effects.
Young Living has past form in exaggerating the benefits of their products. The company were ticked off by the FDA for claiming their products could cure Ebola so if you rely on this drink helping you to avoid cancer and live longer, you are certainly going to be disappointed.
Some people enjoy the taste of NingXia Red but we feel that the high price – for many people, is the equivalent of a large proportion of a weekly shopping bill will leave a nasty taste in the mouth. There are better priced so-called health drinks on the market and in addition, you could use the money saved to improve your diet. You could even buy dried Goji berries and try them out as part of your usual diet rather than relying on this massively overpriced supplement.
Overall, we do not recommend NingXia Red to our readers.
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