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Origins & Functional Benefits


Doctor V natural energy drinks are made from wild, hand-picked herbs and berries sourced from the arctic circle. Our unique formulations draw on ancient remedies to offer natural solutions for all your energy needs. With an abundance of natural ingredients, no artificial flavours or colourings, Doctor V natural energy drinks are the first of its kind.


Native to Northern China, Schisandra is a vine plant that produces dense clusters of small red berries. As an adaptogen it is believed to help the human body fight the effects of stress. Schisandra has been a staple of traditional Chinese medicine for generations, since it’s a rich source of several essential nutrients. Research suggests that Schisandra can help to reduce the effects of stress by easing feelings of anxiety and boosting alertness. It’s also believed to have immune-boosting benefits because of the antioxidants found within.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6, otherwise known as pyridoxine, is an essential nutrient responsible for several vital bodily functions. Not only is this vitamin crucial for healthy brain development and nervous system function, but it may also help to ease stress and anxiety, support immunity, enhance eye health, ease inflammation, and so much more. Since our bodies can’t produce this nutrient, vitamin B6 must be obtained through our diet.


Lingonberry is a petite evergreen shrub native to the Northern European region, found in areas such as Scandinavia. The plant produces small green leaves and red berries that have been used in traditional medicine to nourish gut bacteria, protect eye health, support heart health, and improve general well being. This superfruit is also considered a powerful antioxidant, and may therefore help to limit free radical damage at a cellular level.


Otherwise known as mountain ash berries or dogberries, Rowanberries have a unique antioxidant composition. They are praised for their ability to fight free radical damage, boost immunity, support respiratory function, and assist with digestion. The rowanberry is an acidic red-orange berry with a tart taste. These fruits grow on shrubs in colder climates - such as North America, Northern Europe, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

Juniper Berry

The juniper berry isn’t technically a berry, but rather a plump seed cone that creates a similar appearance to a berry. They contain very high amounts of vitamin C, antioxidants, coumarins, and monoterpenes. Research suggests juniper berries can support immune function, ease inflammation and offer antioxidant benefits. Juniper berries are found on shrubs native to Northern America - and can be found as far as the Arctic.

Sea Buckthorn Berry

Sea Buckthorn is a rare species, native to Europe and Asia. Known as “holy fruit”, the leaves, seeds, and berries of this plant have been used as traditional medicine for centuries. They are believed to boost immunity, brighten the skin, ease inflammation and improve general well-being. They’re also packed with several essential nutrients our bodies need to thrive, including vitamin A, B1, B12, C, E, P and K. Sea Buckthorn Berries contain strong flavonoids, carotenoids and antioxidants, which may help prevent free radical damage at a cellular level. They are also one of the only plant foods to provide all four omega fatty acids – Omega 3,6,9 and 12. They have gained great popularity in skin care and are an essential element of many anti-aging formulations.


Beta-Carotene is a natural carotene with a noticeable red-orange pigment typically found in various fruits and vegetables. This includes carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, and broccoli. Essentially, the more colour these fruits and vegetables have, the more beta carotene they contain. Beta carotene is such an important nutrient for our bodies because we convert it into vitamin A - an essential nutrient for health and wellbeing. This vitamin is thought to help support eye health and vision, support immune function, and promote healthy skin.


Billberries, otherwise known as European blueberries, are found on low-lying evergreen shrubs native to Northern America and Europe. These shrubs produce dark blue berries packed with nutrients such as vitamin C, antioxidants, and anthocyanins. Research suggests bilberry may support eye health and vision, support heart health, ease inflammation, enhance brain function and memory, and fight free radical damage on a cellular level.

Pine Needle Extract

Pine Needle Extract is a powerful adaptogen and may help to diminish signs of physical and mental stress on the body. Pine needle extract has been used in both food and traditional medicine as a source of vitamin C, bioavailable iron, and a variety of essential micro-nutrients our bodies need to operate properly. It was used on early voyages as a scurvy preventative and used to food the starving population during the siege of Leningrad. Pine needles are also packed with antioxidants to help protect the body at a cellular level.