Flyby 2.0 is a pill designed to boost your body’s natural response to alcohol so can wake up refreshed.
We tried 2 new hangover remedies made by former tech employees and were happily surprisedThe holiday party season is in full swing and is set to hit its annual crescendo on December 31. And that means that many of us will enjoy a hearty New Year's Eve celebration with cocktails and Champaign, then spend the first day of the new year hungover.
This Pill Reckons It Can Ease Your Hangovers. We Tried It OutSo what is the solution? Obviously, drink less. That's a given. Most of my friends have pretty much given up midweek drinking and are drinking a lot less on weekends, too.
Could this pill end all hangovers? We tested it out...Eddie Huai, 23, claims to have found the cure for hangovers with his pill Flyby The NYU economics major thought of the idea while on trip to Tokyo The capsules are packed with vitamins and supplements to fight hangovers They work to break down acetaldehyde, which is more toxic than alcohol Huai said 88 percent of users claim that the product works for them SCROLL DOWN FOR OUR REVIEW OF FLYBY A 23-year-old claims that he has developed the cure for hangovers with a vitamin pill.
We tried a hangover pill and the results are in...Partiers, rabble-rousers, and general good-time-havers, listen up: You no longer need to suffer the morning-after aches and pains constantly associated with a night of drinking. Organic hangover "cures" have been popular in Asian countries for generations, yet word of their existence is only just reaching the United States.
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