Testimonial: I am Curious to Test the Limits Even Further - Joel, Kansas City February 10 2015, 0 Comments

How to Cure a Hangover

All alcohol consumers can agree on one undeniable fact: hangovers are a horrendous experience. Personally, I have heard about many cures for hangovers that turned out to be old wives tales. I absolutely cannot stand the ‘hair of the dog’ hangover cure because it prohibits me from operating a motor vehicle and functioning in both public and work environments by fueling intoxication. How the heck am I going to have a productive day if I try to cure a hangover with more alcohol?

I was incredibly curious when I discovered the MagiPatch solution because it is actually backed by verified scientific research. Essentially, it is a patch you wear on your skin that releases vitamins that are designed to prevent your hangover.

My Experience

I wanted to have a typical night out socializing with friends to test the hangover cure. I choose to put the patch on my ribs so others would not see it and incorrectly assume that I am a smoker with a nicotine patch.

So, here are the dirty details of my night out. In the course of about four and half hours, I had 6 beers and 1 shot. I also had 3 glasses of water that evening. By the end of the night, I felt that I had slightly overdone it. I intended to only have 5 drinks. But, to quote F. Scott Fitzgerald, “First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you.” I was certainly in no condition to drive, and some might have compared my ability to walk with a toddler’s.

The Bottom Line

So what were the end results? When I woke up the next morning (after about 7 hours of sleep), I did not have the common headache, sensitivity to light and sound, or the nausea I would normally have after a night out. One thing that pleasantly surprised me was that I had a healthy appetite. Normally after drinking that much, I find that I can’t eat until later in the day due to an upset stomach.

Also, I didn’t find the patch to be cumbersome. I actually left it on for two more hours than the directions specified and I didn’t have a rash or any skin irritation. However, I was a still tired the next day. But I think this is to be expected and is a result of staying up too late and may not attributed to a hangover. Ultimately, I would give this hangover cure an A- because I was still little tired. I will definitely use this hangover cure again, and I am curious to test the limits even further.