THC Drink – The Hangover Cure

I was given a set of hangover cure potions from THC also known as The Hangover Cure with the challenge to test them and prove them wrong. So, I requested some samples to pass out to a few of my friends and family that I knew drank pretty hardcore when they partied. I wanted to make sure it was going to be a good test case as I don’t drink to excess anymore now that I have kids and spent more time being “dad” then a party animal.

Everyone, I believe, is a bit skeptical when it comes to hangover cures. Perhaps it’s the word “cure” that makes us skeptics since there is very few “cures” that do as they suggest.  The only cure to a hangover I’ve used and seen used is the recipe of “lots of water” before bed to rehydrate your body. However, sometimes that’s just not enough. Granted, it’s always a good idea to consume water to hydrate your body, but it doesn’t always do the trick when you wake up with a headache. You don’t need to be drunk to consume water, I suggest you do it everyday!

The Hangover Cure, thus far, has been very successful in killing off any hangovers in the folks I had test the product. Nobody has woken up the next day with a hangover and I’ve seen them days after a hard night of drinking and they’re a wreck. So, the product works as advertised regardless to my skepticism. Of course, the best way to beat a hangover is not to drink to excess but, let’s be honest, everyone makes a bad decision every now and again.

What is the magic in the little test tube?

It’s fairly straight forward, the bottle contains lots of essentials vitamins and “healthy stuff” your body loses when alcohol comes into the party. I don’t claim to be a scientist but it seems pretty straight forward: pack your body full of the stuff that was taken from it. You mix the product with a glass of water (duh!) and take it before bed. This gives your body a chance to rebuilt the essentials it lost in the late night party.

The downside? It might not be the most tasty think you’ve had that night. When my brother tried it he said it tasted pretty bad but he woke up without a hangover. This isn’t too surprising as everything I’ve had that has been good for me in a form of a cure has always tasted less than awesome. The only other big hangup to taking The Hangover Cure is remembering to take it before bed and knowing you need to mix it in a big ol’ glass of water. Not extremely aggressive instructions but when you’ve been drinking you’re at a severe disadvantage to common sense.

The lesson is simple, if you’re planning a long night of aggressive partying (say, a bachelor party) I highly suggest you take along a few bottles of The Hangover Cure for you and your closest friends. Even skeptics will have to admit, what do you have to lose?

You can buy vials in sets of six for USD $19.99 or ten for USD $29.99. The cost isn’t cheap but when you add up how much you probably spent on beers and cocktails at the bar it’s not a bad deal.

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  • Reply
    January 30, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    I need some of this after that review!

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    Rick Neighbors
    January 30, 2010 at 4:33 pm


    Havent’t had a hangover in quiet a few years, could it be that I am getting older and wiser? 🙂
    Typically I drink a large glass of water before bed, along with a couple aspirin and several capsules of MSM.
    Works for me.

    My son, the Paramedic, says to look into Pedialite. ( spl?)

    Happy drinking.

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    Derrick Schommer
    January 30, 2010 at 5:41 pm

    Yeah, Pedialite is very similar in its goal. The big issue with Pedialite, in this case is that it comes in a much bigger container and I believe is pretty expensive. You really can’t store it long after it’s opened so you end up wasting a ton of it. We used to use it when the kids were really young (like a year old) when they had the flu or stomach bug since it kept them hydrated and such.

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    Harley Marshall
    May 19, 2010 at 9:58 pm

    my uncle got stomach ulcers because he took a lot of Aspirin to take care of his high blood pressure.”‘~

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    Jason S
    May 30, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    I agree with the video, hangovers aren’t meant to be cured… they’re not a disease. Rather, they are a collection of symptoms from being dehydrated, lacking nutrients and facing increased toxicity levels. However, if you take supplements that provide anti-oxidants to fight off toxins, electrolytes to help restore hydration levels, and supplement vitamins to restore essential nutrients, you have a good chance and fighting off the effects of a hangover.

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