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Each PureSource has a unique flavor but all of our cans contain 3 fundamental ingredients.

An inside look at PureSource Beverages Tranquili-Tea
Organic & Fair Trade Tea Leaves 
USA Grown Hemp Derived CBDa
Antioxidant Rich Monkfruit Extract


Added sugar can be found in the most unexpected items...but not here! We recognize excessive sugar consumption as a problem - leading to Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, skin aging and several other serious medical conditions. But life is too short to give up sweet stuff! That's why we'd love to introduce you to our not-so-secret ingredient for health conscious treat...



This tiny South-Asian fruit is full of anti-inflammatory properties,anti-oxidants and vitamins that won't be found in standard table sugar. Monkfruit is 200 times sweeter than standard sugar and won't spike insulin levels, making it a safe choice for diabetics and dieters![5] PureSource is proud to utilize this miracle ingredient to add a touch of sweetness and health into our canned drinks.

"Where There's Tea, There's Hope"

English Breakfast Tea Leaves

For many of us, a cup of tea is a welcome reprieve from day-to-day stresses and struggles. Whether you prefer your cup piping hot or a chilled iced tea, you are enjoying a medicinal drink our ancestors have been drinking for centuries![6] 

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[2] Rock, Erin M., et al. Psychopharmacology 235.11 (2018): 3259-3271.
[3]Herrington, A.J. “New Study Suggests Water-Soluble Cannabidiol Products Provide Best CBD Absorption.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 8 Nov. 2022,

[4] Rock, E. M., et al. British Journal of Pharmacology 169.3 (2013): 685-692
[5]Yeung AWK. Bibliometric analysis on the literature of monk fruit extract and mogrosides as sweeteners. Front Nutr. 2023 Aug 29;10:1253255. doi: 10.3389/fnut.2023.1253255. PMID: 37706210; PMCID: PMC10495570.
[6]Weisburger JH. Tea and health: a historical perspective. Cancer Lett. 1997 Mar 19;114(1-2):315-7. doi: 10.1016/s0304-3835(97)04691-0. PMID: 9103320.

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