Great tasting health waters aren't only for spas. You can have these luxuries at home, too.

Refreshing Waters

Great-tasting, healthy waters aren't only for spas—you can have these luxuries at home, too. Drink the water your body needs and satisfy your thirst for flavor without introducing any additives or artificial sweeteners.

Cucumber Lemon

Plain water is a healthy, no-calorie drink. For those who don’t like it plain, cut slices of fresh lemon into a glass of water for a refreshing lift. Lemon is rich in vitamin C, which supplies antioxidants and helps your body absorb iron. The smell of lemon is a mood enhancer, according to an Ohio State University study. Cucumber is good for your skin.

Pineapple Ginger with Blueberries

The spicy ginger root in this mixture may help settle an upset stomach. Sweet and refreshing, low-calorie pineapple may play a role in reducing blood pressure, which lowers risk of heart disease. Blueberries, rich in antioxidants and vitamins, add a playful and tasty garnish, and the flavor encourages you to keep drinking more water.

Rosemary Orange

During a vigorous workout, you’re going to lose fluid. Rehydrate with Rosemary Orange water. Oranges are a good source of vitamin C, which is needed to form collagen in bones, cartilage, muscle and blood vessels. Many find that rosemary soothes an upset stomach. Stir a sprig into your water, but remove it before drinking.

Other Great Flavors

  • Mango Strawberry
  • Strawberry Kiwi
  • Cinnamon Apple
  • Lemon Fennel
  • Grapefruit Orange Lime