It also contains some potassium.
Less than 1/300 of the daily requirement. Just incidental trace, probably due to other ingredients.
There was one post in this thread @JimIslander where you mentioned a concoction used in the jungle or something that had a certain amount of sugar to aid in nutrient absorption. I use a powder on ocasion called drip drop that is similar to that. It's a mixture of things to help the body soak up water more efficiently.
Kinda pricey but it works. Sometimes I need two of them if I waited too long or work nights and used too much caffiene.
I've been consuming grapes and cantelope for the water and electrolites along with cashews for magnesium, other nuts like walnuts and pecans as well. (Eating a 1/4 cup of cashews as I type this) Those along with brocolli and other foods for the electrolite nutrients and drinking plenty of water. Mostly spring water if possible. At times I'll drink a can of chicken noodle soup for the salt or eat a can of tuna.
In summer my dad used to wear out cantelopes, strawberry, grapes, bannanas and other stuff like that before sports drinks were invented. He worked in a metal extrusion factory until he retired.
I've just tried a couple of sips of pickle juice for the first time. It's funny that my taste buds were rapidly going back and forth between "that's tasty" and "that's horrid!"
It's been a rather intense summer this year in the DFW metromess. Today we hit 109°F, heat index something like 120°. I naturally decided to spend the day working outside and regretted it. What was supposed to be a 2 hour job took ... longer ... and I didn't finish.