PB+ Electrolytes – 100ml


Experience optimal hydration and well-being with Electrolyte Balance Liquid. Formulated with a precise blend of essential electrolytes, including sodium, potassium, and magnesium, this liquid supplement supports fluid balance, muscle function, and overall vitality. Ideal for daily use, Electrolyte Balance Liquid helps you stay energised and refreshed, whether you’re working out, staying active, or simply looking to maintain your health. Easy to take and quickly absorbed, it’s the perfect addition to your wellness routine.

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PB+ Electrolytes include:

Calcium, sodium, magnesium, sulphur, silicone, chloride, potassium, iron, copper, zinc and iodine.

are minerals that carry an electric charge and are essential for various bodily functions, including fluid balance, muscle contraction, and nerve signalling.

People who could benefit from electrolyte supplementation include:

  1. Athletes and Active Individuals:
    • Endurance Athletes: Long-distance runners, cyclists, and triathletes can lose significant amounts of electrolytes through sweat.
    • Intense Training: Those involved in high-intensity training or prolonged physical activities might need additional electrolytes to prevent cramping and maintain performance.
  2. People in Hot Climates:
    • High Temperatures: Individuals living or working in hot environments may sweat excessively, leading to a loss of electrolytes that need to be replenished.
  3. Individuals with Medical Conditions:
    • Dehydration: Caused by illnesses like diarrhea, vomiting, or fever can lead to a significant loss of electrolytes.
    • Kidney Disease: Conditions affecting kidney function can alter electrolyte balance.
    • Diabetes: Diabetic ketoacidosis, a complication of diabetes, can disrupt electrolyte levels.
    • Heart Disease: Electrolyte imbalance can exacerbate heart conditions.
  4. Older Adults:
    • Age-Related Changes: Older adults may have a diminished sense of thirst and may not drink enough fluids, leading to potential electrolyte imbalances.
  5. Dietary Imbalances:
    • Restricted Diets: Those on restrictive diets (low-carb, ketogenic) or who have eating disorders might not get enough electrolytes from their food.
    • High Fluid Intake: Excessive water consumption without adequate electrolyte intake can dilute electrolytes in the body.
  6. Post-Surgical Patients:
    • Recovery: Surgery can lead to fluid and electrolyte shifts that need correction during the recovery process.
  7. Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women:
    • Increased Needs: Pregnancy and breastfeeding increase nutritional and fluid demands, including the need for electrolytes.
  8. Alcohol Consumers:
    • Dehydration: Alcohol can lead to dehydration and the loss of electrolytes, requiring replenishment.
  9. People with Certain Medications:
    • Diuretics: Medications that increase urine production can lead to electrolyte loss.
    • Laxatives: Prolonged use can cause electrolyte imbalances.


Use 40 drops up to twice daily.  Shake well before use.


Potential benefits

  • Calcium:
    • Essential for strong bones and teeth.
    • Plays a critical role in muscle contraction and nerve transmission.
    • Vital for blood clotting and maintaining normal heart rhythms.
  • Sodium:
    • Helps maintain fluid balance in the body.
    • Crucial for proper muscle and nerve function.
    • Assists in regulating blood pressure and blood volume.
  • Magnesium:
    • Supports muscle and nerve function.
    • Important for energy production and protein synthesis.
    • Helps maintain normal blood pressure and blood glucose levels.
    • Contributes to bone health and a steady heart rhythm.
  • Sulfur:
    • A component of amino acids and proteins.
    • Vital for synthesising collagen, and supporting skin, hair, and nail health.
    • Plays a role in detoxification processes in the liver.
  • Silicon:
    • Supports bone health by aiding in the formation of collagen and bone tissue.
    • Promotes healthy skin, hair, and nails.
    • May help improve the strength and elasticity of connective tissues.
  • Chloride:
    • Works with sodium to maintain fluid balance.
    • Essential for producing stomach acid (hydrochloric acid), aiding digestion.
    • Helps transmit nerve impulses.
  • Potassium:
    • Maintains proper cell function and fluid balance.
    • Essential for heart function and normalizing blood pressure.
    • Supports muscle contraction and nerve signalling.
  • Iron:
    • Crucial for the formation of haemoglobin in red blood cells, which transports oxygen.
    • Supports energy production and metabolism.
    • Essential for growth, development, and normal cellular function.
  • Copper:
    • Important for iron metabolism and the formation of red blood cells.
    • Supports the health of the immune and nervous systems.
    • Involved in collagen production and maintaining connective tissues.
  • Zinc:
    • Vital for immune system function and wound healing.
    • Plays a role in DNA synthesis and cell division.
    • Supports normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence.
    • Essential for taste and smell.
  • Iodine:
    • Crucial for the production of thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolism.
    • Important for brain development and function.
    • Supports overall energy levels and metabolic rate.


Calcium, sodium, magnesium, sulphur, silicon, chloride, potassium, iron, copper, zinc and iodine.




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