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You're a good times kind of guy, always up for a game-day brew or a night out with friends. You're also something of a health nut: The gym staff knows you by name and you're no stranger to green smoothies. Satisfy both sides with this multivitamin, designed specifically for drinkers. Each capule contains 30 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids formulated to help your body break down alcohol. Botanicals like milk thistle and artichoke leaf support liver function, while superfruits including açaí and goji berry supply much-needed antioxidants. Take before you imbibe for a decidedly easier day-after.
I'm not a heavy drinker anyway but this definitely takes away the sour stomach feel after a night of tequila. Didn't have a headache at all and felt nothing more than tired the next morning. Good stuff.4
I tired this product after a night of drinking and did not have a hangover, but those are rare for me anyways.3
I took the product and had some drinks with some friends. Let's just say I think I'm still hungover. Not a fan1
This was just ok. I couldn't see much difference than taking nothing at all3
These seemed to help the next day some, but for the price, I'm not sure if it's worth it. I've tried other remedies that are less expensive and seem just as effective if not more effective.3
I enjoy the idea and packaging of the product, but I didnt find too much of a difference that my usual multivitamin or a glass of OJ does.3
The sample size isn't the amount it says to take as directed, so I can't honestly say if it works or not.3
I thought the idea behind this was cool but honestly water and some advil work perfectly fine for me3
I followed the directions and took capsules before I drank and afterwards. I don't really think it is that effective, but it'd be decent as a daily multivitamin.1
not sure how effective these are- I tried them with mediocre results. I have taken b12 methylcobalamin before with some positive results, so I don't think it's outside the realm of possibility that vitamins can mitigate a hangover, but I am not convinced enough to purchase these.3