You’ve likely noticed an increase in non-alcoholic drinks meant to aid in a California Sober lifestyle or just in an attempt to curb excess drinking. In fact, the IWSR (the leading source of data, analysis and insights on the global beverage alcohol market) predicts that sales of no/low alcoholic beverages will increase by 31 percent in volume by 2024. In 2022, expect these drinks to go one step further with adaptogenic ingredients. “Adaptogens are basically a group of plants that you take over a long period of time in order to help your body adapt to stress and other ailments,” says nutritionist Chelsea Williams. And while these herbs, roots and mushrooms are definitely having a moment, they’ve actually been used for centuries in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. But it’s important to know, they don’t eliminate stress. Instead, adaptogens help you cope with stressful circumstances by regulating hormones. Some of the most common ones include ashwagandha, ginseng, holy basil and maca, which you can find in delicious drinks from Vybes, Recess, Sunwink and Kin Euphorics, which recently relaunched with Bella Hadid as co-founder.