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Sqwincher Mix 2.5 Gallon Pouch Half Cases 2.5-Gallon Half Cases - Sqwincher

$68.95 / 16 pouches per Half Case.

Sqwincher Powder 2.5 Gallon Pouch Full Cases 2.5-Gallon Full Cases - Sqwincher

$124.95 / 32 pouches per Full Case.

Sqwincher 5 Gallon Coolers 5-Gallon Sqwincher Cooler

$54.95 per 5-Gallon Cooler.

   
 

2.5-Gallon Sqwincher Pouches

Save the most on your Sqwincher purchases with these 2.5-Gallon Powder Packets. Sqwincher's electrolyte replacement formula was designed specifically for high heat stress environments.

At $124.95 per full case, an 8 oz serving costs less than 10 cents!

Variety is the spice of life, and when it comes to flavors, nobody tops Sqwincher. Choose from 10 unique and refreshing options of Sqwincher 2.5-Gallon Powder including Cherry, Cool Citrus, Fruit Punch, Grape, Lemon Lime, Lemonade, Mixed Berry, Orange, Tea and Tropical Cooler.

10 Year Anniversary

Powder Mix Direct is proud to celebrate its tenth year in business. Since 2009, we’ve been a supplier to businesses, government agencies, non-profits and individual consumers. As national distributors of Gatorade, Sqwincher and Ergodyne products, our goal is to keep our customers performing at peak levels no matter how hot it gets.

Some of our customers have been with us since the beginning and we look forward to providing the highest level of customer service to everyone for many years to come.

How alcohol causes dehydration.

Have you ever wondered how drinking a fluid can lead to dehydration? Well, all fluids aren’t created equal. Although wines, beers and liquors all contain water, they also contain alcohol molecules that quickly find their way to the brain. Once there, these alcohol molecules begin to affect a number of brain functions. One such function is the production of vasopressin by the pituitary gland.

Vasopressin is an anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) that helps regulate the amount of water in your body. Normally, we urinate regularly to rid ourselves of excess water. However, when the pituitary gland senses that water levels are getting low, it releases ADH to slow the kidney’s production of urine and hence reduce the amount of urination. Unfortunately, alcohol inhibits the production of this hormone, leading to excess urination, which in turn leads to dehydration.

Although drinking water along with the alcohol will help some, only a fraction of the extra water will be retained since the alcohol will still be affecting the brain. The best bet is to drink plenty of water once the alcohol has made its way out of your system in order to rehydrate to normal levels.