Hot girl summer can be exhilarating … and exhausting! Whether you’re out by the pool, on the beach, or just trying to squeeze every last ounce of cool from your apartment’s only air conditioner, you might need a little refresh. Meet our GreenHer Cucumber Lime Refresher: Made with our NEW Lemon Honey GreenHer Drink Mix, it’s packed with whole-food nutrients to support your whole-body wellness and to help you feel your best.

What you’ll need:

Chopped Cucumber - one - Cucumbers are great for hydration (especially if you’ve been downing White Claws by the pool). They also support weight loss, reduced blood sugar levels, and healthy bowel movements.

Fresh Mint Leaves - ten - Mint contains Vitamin A, which supports your eye health, and antioxidants, which protect your body from cell damage. Plus, Mint helps with indigestion.

Unpeeled + Cut Limes - two - Limes contain antioxidants and are high in Vitamin C, which supports a healthy immune system and your body’s ability to produce collagen (Hello, glowing skin)!

Lemongrass Paste - 1 tbsp - Lemongrass contains quercetin, which reduces inflammation in the body. It has also been shown to help remove harmful bacteria from the gut.

Honey - ⅓ cup - Honey contains antioxidants, enzymes, and minerals, plus (it goes without saying) it’s delicious.

Water - 4 cups - The true queen of hydration, Water does it all -- from keeping your joints cushioned to regulating your body temperature. You truly can’t live without it.

Greenher Drink Mix - 2 scoops - Our NEW Lemon Honey GreenHer Drink Mix contains whole-food nutrients and antioxidants from fruits and vegetables to support your natural energy, immune system, and gut health.

How to make:

Throw two cups of water and the rest of the ingredients into your blender. Set two cups of water aside to use later. Blend! Use a mesh strainer to remove the pulp, and pour into a pitcher. Add the last two cups of water and 2 scoops of the GreenHer Drink Mix. Stir, and enjoy! Share a picture of your drink on social media, and tag us @pinkstork and #pspantry to be featured on our channels!

Sources: pinchofyum, Healthline, Healthline, Healthline, WebMD, Cleveland Clinic, Medical News Today

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