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An ex-Tesla Engineer May Have Found the Cure to Hangovers

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Since the dawn of booze, mankind has been harshly plagued with hangovers. But a 26-year-old believes he just found the ultimate cure.

After former Tesla engineer Sisun Lee took a trip to South Korea, where he imbibed quite a bit with friends, he discovered a void in America’s hangover cures. In South Korea, hangover drinks are very popular and widely consumed, so Lee began to research how to make his own.

After studying UCLA researcher Dr. Jing Laing’s work on herbal remedies for hangovers, Lee learned that the miracle ingredient to counter the effects of alcohol is dihydromyricetin (DHM). It’s found in Oriental raisin trees and rattan tea and has been used for thousands of years in Asia. The young entrepreneur also found that the body loses a lot of vitamin B and C while drinking, which Korean manufacturers were missing in their mixture. In addition to DHM and essential vitamins, Morning Recovery’s other ingredients include taurine, prickly pear, milk thistle and electrolytes.

The drink will be available to consumers July 5, but you’ll want to join the waitlist of more than 30,000 people if you expect to get your hands on it anytime soon. And while the drink is not FDA approved yet, it is FDA compliant, which means the ingredients are approved as a food supplement and can be sold.

This miracle potion may just become your liver’s best friend.

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