Powerhouse Drink Mix

For Your Exercise Performance
(3 customer reviews)

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Benefits :

Beta-Alanine, Citrulline Malate, L-Carnitine, L-Tartrate, Vitamins and Proprietary Energy Blend in this product:

  • Support Exercise Performance 1
  • Contribute to increased muscle power and strength 2
  • Aid in boosting energy levels 3
  • Help in delaying fatigue 4
  • Promote body recomposition 5
  • Contribute to overall health with its antioxidant effect 6
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About The Product

Looking to stay on top of your training routine? Rasha’s Powerhouse Drink Mix is the pre-workout boost you need. Created specifically for women, this ready-to-use explosive energy blend will amp your energy, strength and endurance thus improving your overall performance.

Is this meant for me?

Do you face issues staying energized during and after your workouts?? Rasha’s Powerhouse Drink Mix will fuel you up for your tough gym sessions and ensure that you have enough strength, energy, and endurance to get the most out of your workouts. Suitable for women of all age groups, this ready-to-use powder helps to increase your performance and strength for high-intensity training, and can be consumed ideally 20 minutes before your session.

 Recommended use 

Empty 1 sachet of Powerhouse Drink Mix into 200 ml of water and drink it once daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, consume this 20 minutes before your workout.

This product is a NUTRACEUTICAL and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features


Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients



FSSAI approved

FSSAI approved

Convenient Sachets

Convenient Sachets

GMP certified


ISO certified


GMP certified


ISO certified


Convenient Sachets

Convenient sachets





Powerhouse Drink Mix has numerous benefits – 

Beta-Alanine, Citrulline Malate, L-Carnitine, L-Tartrate, Vitamins and Proprietary Energy Blend in this product:

  • Support Exercise Performance.
  • Contribute to  increased muscle power and strength 
  • Aid in boosting energy levels
  • Help in delaying fatigue
  • Promote body recomposition
  • Contribute to overall health with its antioxidant effect.

Are you feeling completely drained during and after your workouts? You may not be fueling your body with the essential nutrients it requires to feel pumped and energized. Rasha’s Powerhouse Drink Mix with clinically approved ingredients is a promising supplement that can fuel your gym sessions, enhance your strength and endurance and improve your overall performance.

Empty 1 sachet of Powerhouse Drink Mix into 200 ml of water or milk and drink it once daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, consume this 20 minutes before your workout.

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.


20 sachets are included in this package, which you can take 20 minutes before you workout.



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3 reviews for Powerhouse Drink Mix

  1. Nita Naik

    The caffeine content in this Powerhouse Drink Mix is just enough to give me a boost without making me jittery or anxious.

  2. Akshara Singhania

    I love that this Powerhouse Drink Mix is versatile and can be used for a variety of workouts, from weightlifting to cardio to yoga.

  3. Shravani Joshi

    Usually when I get off from my pre-workout, I used to feel drained a lot. But since my mother suggested to me this Powerhouse Drink Mix from Rasha, I have put my strength back inside me after my exercise. Love Rasha.

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