Firmly in the former category of drinks that do revitalise you is Overhang.
It is based on a traditional Italian family recipe that has been passed down through the family for generations.
Recently late one evening I was developing a headache. I had been busy working all day, had forgotten to have lunch (that's never a good thing) and by the evening a migraine was threatening to start.
I remembered that there was some Overhang in the fridge and I took the bottle out, shook it (not necessary, but I always like to play it safe!) and poured it into a glass and started to drink it.
The first thing I noticed was the delicious taste of oranges, but with an underlying tang which I think was the limes coming through.
Then there was the noticeable and very welcome (but not too strong) bite of the ginger.
Wow! That started me feeling better straight away!
Intrigued, I looked at the label and was impressed with the ingredients of Overhang.
Orange juice, lime juice, ginger, burdock root, milk thistle, raspberry leaf and a whole host of vitamins C, niacin, pantothenic acid and B6.
I retired to bed and the next morning the migraine that had been threatening to start was just a sort of dull memory of what could have been a really bad migraine.
I would imagine it would be good if you have overindulged the night before, if it's been a hot day or if you have had a stressful day at work, or you have been working in the garden, doing a workout or whatever.
Keep some in the fridge ready for when you need to be revitalised.
Where you can get it? Various retailers, including Holland and Barrett where it costs £2.49 for a 500ml bottle.
You can learn more about this drink and its unique history at http://overhangdrinks.com.