Hangover Remedy for Vegan Booze Lovers Hits the Market

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A new hangover remedy is on the market, and the company says the product is packed with ingredients proven to help prevent hangovers.

NILO Hangover Recovery is an all-natural, vegan remedy that is designed to help prevent hangovers after a night of drinking by accelerating the breakdown of toxins in the liver released by drinking alcohol.

The primary ingredient in Hangover Recovery is the antioxidant DHM, which is found in Hovenia Dulcis (better known as the Japanese Raisin Tree) and is said to accelerate liver detoxification, thereby minimizing the hangover effect.

“Being diagnosed with a liver condition that gives me terrible hangovers even after drinking just two beers, inspired me to find a remedy,” said Founder and CEO of NILO Said Chedraui.

“My goal was to not only improve my daily life, but also help everyone live a better and more productive life.”

To use the product, you simply enjoy your night of drinking as usual but drink one full bottle of Hangover Recovery while enjoying your booze, and then carry on as you normally would.

The company says this will help users experience a reduction in the effects of alcohol after they wake up the following morning.

NILO Hangover Recovery is available on the company’s website and at select online and retail locations including Northgate Markets, Marketon and Amazon.

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Paul Ibirogba

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