Groundbreaking new hangover pill has finally arrived in the US
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A groundbreaking new pre-drinking pill has dropped in the US, just in time for the holiday season.
We’ve all heard of the various tips and tricks to ease our thumping heads after enjoying a few tipples, from dipping your face in ice water to eating a banana before bed.
But the difference with Myrkl is that it’s been proven to work, with FDA-approved ingredients and 30 years of research and development behind it.
Clearly there’s something to it, as the 100 percent natural and vegan supplement sold out within 24 hours of its UK launch back in summer.
Created by Swedish probiotic specialist de Faire Medical, Myrkl is said to be the first-ever product in history to demonstrate the breakdown of alcohol effectively.
According to a study conducted by the company, drinkers who swallowed two pills and drank two glasses of wine had 70 percent less alcohol in their blood after 60 minutes than those who did not take it.
By breaking down booze into water and carbon dioxide before it reaches your liver, it ensures this vital organ doesn’t have to work overtime, meaning you’ll wake up feeling your best the next day.
You don’t have to worry about any nasty chemicals either, as Myrkl's patented formulation is made up of proprietary bacteria L-cysteine and vitamin B12.
To get the full effects, just take two pills between one and 12 hours before tucking into your first cocktail, pint or whatever your tipple of choice happens to be.
Keep in mind that the supplement doesn't give partygoers a free pass in binge-drinking or abandoning medical guidelines, and should not be used as an excuse to drink more than you normally would.
But for moderate drinkers, Myrkl is the ideal solution, as described by its Head of Group, Frederic Fernandez.
“The proprietary formulation and active ingredient in Myrkl, AB001™, is a scientific breakthrough and the first time in history that a product has demonstrated the breakdown of alcohol effectively in the gut before it reaches the liver,” he said.
“With the festive season fast-approaching, we know this product will be a game-changer for those moderate social drinkers; allowing them to not only wake up feeling their best the next day, but also avoid developing a beer belly or setting themselves back in terms of their health and fitness goals."
Sound good? If you’re in the US, Myrkl is now available to buy from its website here for $35 per pack of 30 capsules, or 15 doses, and available for next-day delivery. Plus, when you sign up to the Myrkl newsletter you’ll receive 25 percent off your first order.
It’s also being sold to pharmacies, convenience and liquor stores, night-clubs and wholesalers, so you might just be seeing them hitting the shelves very soon.
For Brits, head to the UK site here where they’re £30 per pack of 30 pills - a small price to pay to wake up feeling fresh after a few bevvies.
Scientifically tested in a double blind and placebo controlled study. Vitamin B12 contributes to the normal function the immune and nervous system, normal energy-yielding metabolism as well as normal physiological function. With Bacilles strain of different origin. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Food supplements are intended to supplement the diet and should not replace a varied diet or healthy lifestyle. Not suitable for children under 18, pregnant or breastfeeding women. This product is intended to be used as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. We recommend talking to your health professional if you are toking any medication, or have any medical conditions. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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