Rehydration designed specifically for alcohol induced dehydrationAdd to cart for $35Ship monthly for $30
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Capsules taken after consuming alcohol to support your liver & help you feel great the day after drinking.Add to cart for $40
Cheers® Restore (Granted Patent: US 9,603,830 B2) is designed to help you feel great the morning after drinking. It works by reducing GABAa rebound, replacing lost vitamins, and providing your liver with what it needs to break down alcohol and its toxic by-products.
It’s all thanks to our hero ingredient, DHM, which is a flavonoid extracted from a Japanese raisin tree that was found to have anti-alcohol properties in 2012 through a published study in the Journal of Neuroscience. Shortly after, more studies have shown that DHM is effective in reducing GABAa rebound as well as exposure to acetaldehyde. Because DHM is proven to be essential in helping you feel better the next day, we include the most DHM per serving compared to any other product on the market–1,200mg to be exact.
To metabolize alcohol, your body must first convert alcohol into acetaldehyde (which is 20x more toxic than alcohol) before being able to finally clear it from your system. Cheers Restore reduces the amount and time you’re exposed to acetaldehyde following alcohol consumption.
Reduces GABAa rebound, increases alcohol and acetaldehyde metabolism, & promotes liver health.
One of the oldest known liver supplements. Milk Thistle is often used clinically to aid health of the liver.
Rich in antioxidants, Prickly Pear has been shown to have an effect on reducing next-day symptoms through inhibiting inflammation
Glutathione helps to break down acetaldehyde, the toxic by-product of alcohol metabolism. NAC significantly boosts glutathione levels.
Alcohol consumption can deplete vitamin level via decreased uptake. We help replenish them.
Alcohol is a diuretic and thus is dehydrating. Electrolytes can help to maintain hydration after alcohol consumption.