When water & sports drinks aren’t enough
Hydrates longer, to increase endurance
3x electrolytes and ½ the sugar of sports drinks means DripDrop ORS hydrates you longer, to keep you performing at your best
Absorbs faster, for quick relief
Because of its low osmolarity–the key for fast fluid absorption into the bloodstream– DripDrop ORS shortens the time it takes for you to feel rehydration relief
Great-tasting, easy to digest
DripDrop ORS is made with great-tasting, all natural flavors, and has no preservatives, artificial, or GMO ingredients
*2003 clinical study shows no difference in efficacy between ORS & IV
Recognizing the potential to combat dehydration and save lives on a massive scale, Dr Dolhun set out to create an ORS that was consistent with the World Health Organization (WHO) standard and over 50 years of ORS science, but also tasted great. The result is DripDrop ORS.
Today, DripDrop ORS is used by doctors, including Dr Dolhun, to treat and prevent life threatening dehydration in less well developed countries where dehydration remains a serious health issue. DripDrop ORS has also been adopted by U.S. Military units, Fire Departments, Doctors and high performance athletes because it hydrates better and faster than water and sports drinks, and is convenient and safe to use.
Mix 1 stick into 16.9 oz (500ml) or approx. 2 cups of water.
*1 Powder stick = 16.9 fl oz
DripDrop ORS patented formula provides medically relevant electrolyte levels consistent with WHO ORS standards, but also tastes great. Notably, sports drinks only contain about 1/3 the electrolytes of DripDrop ORS and most contain too much sugar.
As a result, ORS has been proven to hydrate better and faster than water or sports drinks, and comparable to IV therapy. By solving the taste problem, DripDrop ORS has made the most highly effective oral hydration solution known to medical science practical for use by anyone who finds themselves with a hydration need where water and sports drinks just aren’t enough.
“For many patients with dehydration, DripDrop will reduce the need for intravenous fluids and hospitalizations. I anticipate DripDrop being useful in both outpatient and inpatient settings.”