Our co-founder and formulator Ben has spent years searching for ingredients that are either backed by research or have historical evidence of working well for a broad range of people, with the goal of correcting the underlying issues that negatively impact the gut microbiome and digestive health.

Learn more about our amazing ingredients and why we chose them.

The ingredients in Olipop.
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Marshmallow root

A source of soothing plant mucilage. Polysaccharides in marshmallow root are a type of absorbent fiber. Traditional herbalists use the root to relieve mild digestive discomfort.

Ginger

Vanilla

Stevia

Chicory root

One of the most well researched sources of fiber and inulin, chicory Inulin contributes to a healthy and balanced digestive system. Over 150 human studies provide strong evidence for 7 physiological benefits. Chicory root fibers are non-digestible in the small intestine and are fermented in the large intestine, resulting in healthful modifications in the colonic microbiota composition and in the production of several metabolites. Has been used for thousands of years to treat stomach ailments and provide better digestion.

Calendula

This cheerful orange flower is used as a herbal remedy for a wide variety of ailments. Known for its healing properties and soothing effects.

Cinnamon

Pink rock salt

Nopal Cactus

Packed with functional polysaccharides, fibers and phytonutrients. It’s high in fiber, antioxidants and carotenoids. Nopal is indigenous to Latin America and the South Western US.

Lemon

Slippery elm bark

Slippery Elm is a species of Elm tree native to North America. The mucilage of this tree bark is a complex polysaccharide. Contains antioxidants and used for its soothing effects

Casava root

Loaded with fiber and resistant starches that act as prebiotics. Cassava syrup has no fructose and contains useful complex carbohydrates. Cultivated and consumed across South America.

Strawberries

Kudzu root

Kudzu is an Asian tuber that’s packed with resistant starches that act as a prebiotic. A staple in Chinese medicine for its calming effects.

Green tea

Jerusalem artichoke

One of the finest sources of dietary fiber and is especially high in oligo-fructose inulin, a soluble polysaccharide. Also a source of potassium, iron and antioxidants.