Coconut water, but better.
Rethink how you drink...
a healthier way to hydrate for you and the planet.
ORGANIC Coconut H2O + Baobab Powder
Hydration with electrolytes from nature.
As seen on:
3 delicious flavors.
"I love drinking Bumbleroot during my day to
stay hydrated. I know all the ingredients are
real and support my energy throughout the
day as I manage a business and two kids."
Annmarie Gianni, Founder Annmarie Skin Care
Are you hydrated?
Our bodies need plenty of water and electrolytes to keep all systems running. Hydration is how we get water into our cells. 2/3 of our body is made of water and most of that should be in our cells. Hydrated cells are able to flush out toxins.
When we're dehydrated (and 75% of us are!) we feel the impact on our well-being, our mental facilities, and our physical performance. As we age, we lose the ability to get water into the cell. Electrical charges (electrolytes) are what help water enter the cell.
Why Bumbleroot Hydration?
In the past, our water was charged with natural electrolytes that helped our hydration processes move smoothly. With modern water systems, those charges have mostly been eliminated from our water.
Hydration is one of the most basic and essential elements of health and we believe it electrolytes should come in the most natural form possible.
We created a hydration drink that provides important electrolytes including potassium, and sodium chloride from ingredients straight from nature.
Organic coconut water provides potassium, organic baobab provides potassium, magnesium, and fiber (which helps make the hydration process more effective). Herbs like mint and ginger provide additional electrolytes, and sea salt provides magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium.
And we know that food grown with nature is the healthiest food, so we source from farmers and harvesters utilizing regenerative practices.
Simply open a package, mix with water, and enjoy. The powders are made from real dried ingredients, and contain zero added sugar or preservatives.
Finally... A hydration drink you can feel good about.
Organic Coconut Water
Organic Baobab Powder
Bumbleroot Baobab Harvesters in Zimbabwe
We’re advocating for a regenerative food system that supports our communities, our land, and our soil. We believe food that is grown with nature instead of against it will provide us with healthier soil (that can sequester more carbon) and cleaner air and water. Healthier ecosystems produce ingredients that are more nutrient dense, creating food that is nourishing for us and for the planet.
We know our suppliers and celebrate the farmers, ranchers, and harvesters who are improving land and protecting biodiversity.
We create the products you want, using the best of their ingredients.
The Baobab Fruit
"Bumbleroot is an easy companion for my life as a painter in Montana. When I spend time outside of the studio, I prefer to spend it in the mountains. Knowing that Bumbleroot is hydrating me with simple, clear ingredients that are good for my body always puts my mind at ease. "
"I travel a lot for work and I
make sure to keep Bumbleroot
on me so I always have a way to
hydrate and boost my nutrient
intake. Coconut water and
Baobab are both wild harvested
foods that people have been
using for thousands of years
and I love that Bumbleroot
makes it so easy for me
to incorporate them into
my everyday diet."
Founder, The Sacred Science
We're a proud member of 1% for the Planet, and we reinvest 2% of our revenue into projects that support ecological health and our supplying communities.
Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in northern Kenya helps orphaned elephant survive, thrive, and reunite with their elephant herds.
Keepers in the local Samburu community provide round-the-clock care and love for the orphaned elephants.
1% of the revenue from Bumbleroot Hydration Drink mixes goes to Reteti, to support the conservation of elephants and honor the importance of wildlife in our ecological system.
Baobab Harvesting Communities - Zimbabwe
It would be impossible to provide Bumbleroot Hydration with out our baoabab harvesters in Zimbabwe. As we grow, we want their security to grow, so we reinvest 1% of the revenue from the hydration drink mixes back in the community. Community members vote on how they spend the funds and most recently, they chose to purchase notebooks for the schools.
How do you source your ingredients?
Ecological health and human health are intrinsically connected. When we eat in a way that’s healthier for the planet, we eat in a way that’s healthier for us. We support and source from producers and suppliers who produce ingredients with regenerative practices - meaning they are working with nature, instead of against it. When choosing our suppliers, we look through the lens of diversity, soil/water/carbon, community, and landscapes.
What practices are used to increase diversity of plants, microrganisms in soil, insects, and wildlife?
What practices support increased soil health? Are practices supporting water health and retaining water? Is more carbon being sequestered?
What is being done to support community health, resiliency, and economic growth?
How are practices supporting the health of existing landscape and ecosystem?
We work with suppliers who we know personally or have a stellar reputation that upholds these principles.
How are the ingredients powdered?
The baobab fruit pulp dries in its shell and is then ground into a finer powder.
The coconut water is freeze-dried.
The raspberry and pineapple are made into a pulp and then crystallized.
The herbs are dried and then crushed.
No fillers, anti-caking agents, or spray-agents are used in our mixes. You only get the real ingredients.
How do you pronounce "baobab"?
There is no agreed upon pronunciation for the baobab fruit. Even in Africa where it's grown, people pronounce it differently. The most common pronunciations are: Bow-bob, Bay-o-bob, and Bay-o-bab. Try them out and pick your favorite!
How many servings are in a pouch?
There are 19 servings per a stand-up pouch.
More than 60 million plastic bottles are thrown away each day in the United States. Mixing your own drink in your glass or reuseable water bottle means you are part of the solution when it comes to plastic waste.