Why Use

Ingredients and why use them for Hangover cures


Dihydromyricetin (Vine Tea): Dihydromyricetin is a dietary supplement that is derived from the Hovenia dulcis tree. It is purported to have a variety of health benefits, including reducing alcohol cravings, improving liver health, and reducing hangover symptoms


Prickly Pear Extract: Prickly pear is one of few hangover remedies which has actually been tested in a clinical trial. Prickly pear cactus extract did not reduce overall hangover symptoms, but it did reduce the risk of having a severe hangover by 50%.


Aloe Vera Juice (Aloe barbadensis): Aloe vera juice can help to enhance the breakdown of alcohol converting it in a less toxic element, easier to be eliminated from the body. It interacts with the acetaldehyde formed by alcohol to reduce its effects on the central nervous system. This results in a reduction of all the common symptoms of a hangover.


Magnesium (as magnesium citrate): Many people are low in this essential mineral, due to our depleted mineral content in soils and our high stress levels in modern society, furthermore it is quickly depleted by alcohol too. Magnesium has anti-inflammatory activity and so may help to reduce symptoms of a hangover


Milk Thistle Extract: A anti-inflammatory compounds in silymarin may minimize symptoms brought on by inflammation, such as body aches, they won't help dry mouth or headaches caused by dehydration, nor fatigue caused by disrupted sleep


Vitamin C: a popular remedy for a hangover that may help reduce nausea, fatigue, and headaches associated with a night of drinking. Vitamin C increases the rate at which alcohol is cleared from the blood, and may reduce acute toxic effects on the liver


Vitamins B6, B12 (as Methylcobalamin): The main role of Vitamin B is to convert food into energy and ensure the proper functioning of the nervous system. Research has suggested that taking Vitamin B before or during alcohol consumption may help reduce the severity of hangover symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, headache, and poor concentration


Alpha-Lipoic Acid: an antioxidant that is made naturally in the body and also found in foods. It is used to break down carbohydrates and to make energy. Alpha-lipoic acid can be eaten in foods, such as red meat, carrots, beets, spinach, broccoli, and potatoes.


N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC): Think of this stuff as a street sweeper for your liver. NAC helps your body produce more glutathione, which in turn helps your liver clean alcohol's toxins from your system.