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KSI and Logan Paul’s Prime turns its hydration drink into a stick pack supplement

Prime Hydration Stick Packs

KSI and Logan Paul’s hydration brand and beverage named Prime is undoubtedly a hit, finding immense popularity and earning presence in many significant locations, including the likes of Vitamin Shoppe and Walmart. The Prime Hydration drink has only been on the market since the start of the year, and in that time, the brand has expanded the product’s menu with two flavors in Ice Pop and the very recent Meta Moon.

Prime from KSI and Logan Paul has now moved into the more traditional supplement side of things with a powder version of its Hydration product that comes packaged in single-serving stick packs. The main ingredients and dosages in the beverage have basically been carried over in their entirety to the supplement, so the experience and effects should be much the same for fans that have come to rely on Prime’s original drink.

To give you an idea of how close the formulas are, the Tropical Punch flavor of the Prime Hydration stick packs has 700mg of potassium, 15mg of vitamin E, 900mcg of vitamin A, a precise 124mg of magnesium, 3.4g of vitamin B6, and 4.8mcg of vitamin B12 all of which are in the beverage. Other things the Prime powder product has in common with the drink is it contains coconut water and the three all-important BCAAs, although the exact amounts of those are not mentioned.

Prime Hydration Stick Packs

The Prime Hydration stick packs are essentially the same as the drink, and they come in four of the beverage’s six flavors in Ice Pop, Blue Raspberry, Tropical Punch, and Lemon Lime. Their nutrition profiles are also pretty much identical to the drink, with 6g of carbohydrates, only 2g of that sugar and a gram fiber, no fat or protein, and a very reasonable 20 to 25 calories.

KSI and Logan Paul’s Prime Hydration sticks have become available first through the supermarket giant Walmart, where the brand’s sports drink is already stocked. The supplement version of Prime Hydration in convenient stick packs comes in boxes of six, the same size as G Fuel just launched its stick packs in at Walmart. Prime’s stick packs are actually the same exact price as G Fuel at $8.98, working out to about $1.50 a serving.