- A drink that promises to end hangovers will be launched the first week of December
- The drink claims to reduce blood sugar levels by half in 30 minutes.
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A one-of-a-kind drink that promises to sober you up in an hour and prevent hangovers is set to launch in time for Christmas.
Safety Shot, made in collaboration with a Florida doctor, claims to be the “first patented drink on Earth” that quells hangovers by cutting blood alcohol content in half in just 30 minutes.
This, says the wellness company behind it, dramatically reduces feelings of intoxication, including lack of concentration and slow movements, as well as hangovers.
And according to the latest statement published by the company, the drink will be available to purchase in your website and Amazon starting the first week of December.
Safety Shot, which claims to reduce blood alcohol levels by half within a minute of drinking it, will launch the first week of December and will be available on the brand’s website and Amazon.
It’s still not entirely clear what exactly the drink contains, although its website lists vitamins and nootropics, compounds that improve cognitive focus.
The drink, consumed as soon as a drinking session is over, is said to help speed up the breakdown of alcohol in the blood, while also forming a protective shield around the stomach wall, limiting the amount released. absorbs.
This, in turn, is said to limit the impact of alcohol on the central nervous system, which becomes depressed when the liquor enters the body by binding to neurotransmitters that inhibit communication. This is what leads to slower brain activity, resulting in poor cognition, difficulties with balance, and speech problems.
Studies show that alcohol-related emergency admissions increase significantly during the holiday season, particularly on New Year’s Eve
According to the brand’s website, Safety Shot restarts central nervous system activity, allowing you to think more clearly.
The product’s “broad combination of minerals and ingredients” is said to reduce dehydration.
A study of the product published last month tested volunteers who were served alcohol for an hour and then asked to stop.
The participants’ blood alcohol content was measured using a breathalyzer and they were then asked to drink six ounces of Safety Shot.
Researchers found that participants who drank Safety Shot saw their blood sugar level drop seven times faster than the control group.
Dr Glynn Wilson, chief safety scientist at Safety Shot, said: “The results of this voluntary study clearly demonstrate that Safety Shot reduced blood alcohol content to a statistically significant level and did so at a much faster rate than that of the people who did it. Don’t drink Safety Shot.
However, the researchers also stated that the study was small, but that another higher quality trial is underway.
The company also plans to develop a more concentrated prescription version of the formula to be used as a detox product for alcohol poisoning.
Brian John, CEO of Safety Shot, said: “We are confident that Safety Shot will become a highly successful product that will create a new category in the beverage industry.”