How RESQWATER works.

How should you use RESQWATER to fight hangovers and bring you back to center? Here’s our advice.

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How much RESQWATER should I drink?

We tend to drink one 8oz bottle of RESQWATER Anti-Hangover Drink with every happy hour level of drinks and more if it’s going to be a big night out. Everyone is different. It’s really up to you.

When should I drink RESQWATER?

Enjoy a RESQWATER after every few drinks and always have 1 before bed, to ease the day ahead.

Does RESQWATER contain any caffeine or stimulants?

No. WE ARE NOT AN ENERGY DRINK (but we’ll be honest, we do love drinking them when we’re out on the town). We are an anti-hangover drink that’s all about helping your body metabolize the substance in alcohol that’s most responsible for a hangover, acetaldehyde.

Where can I find RESQWATER?

Here is a list of retailers that sell RESQWATER.
Or, you can buy RESQWATER online here.

How RESQWATER helps alleviate hangover symptoms.

Most people are naturally suspicious of any product that claims to save you from feeling lousy after drinking. In fact, we created RESQWATER because we had not found any other products very effective.

Below is the breakdown of what’s in RESQWATER and why those ingredients help your body get back on track after drinking.

N-Acetyl Cysteine

While we had to figure out how to pronounce this—you certainly don’t have to, unless you want to impress people at cocktail parties. Let’s just call this non-essential amino acid, NAC. It helps your liver convert something called acetaldehyde—a substance that is up to 30 times more damaging to your body than alcohol—into acetic acid, which is harmless to your body.

Water

Alcohol acts as a diuretic—meaning your body uses more water to process alcohol than you’re taking in. That’s why water is the basis of RESQWATER. Each bottle of RESQWATER contains eight ounces of water to help prevent the side effects of dehydration caused by drinking.

Sucrose

Your liver requires a lot of sugar to process drinks—particularly when you’ve tossed back a few. If you don’t replenish that sugar, you may actually feel the effects of hypoglycemia, which include things like feeling dizzy, disoriented, or slurring your speech.

Prickly Pear Cactus Fruit Extract

Research has shown Prickly Pear extract to be helpful in terms of decreasing inflammation and thus—reducing some of the after-effects of drinking—such as, nausea, lack of appetite and dry mouth.

Electrolytes

Let’s add electrolytes to the list of losses post-consumption. Again, all those trips to the bathroom (we sure hope you make it to the bathroom) deplete your body of its electrolytes, which are needed to keep your muscular and nervous systems running at tip-top and to avoid dehydration.

B Vitamins

We developed a new appreciation of the B Vitamin group when we discovered that a number of scientific studies have shown that both B1 (Thiamin) and B6 ease the symptoms one experiences after having had a number of drinks.

Milk Thistle

Thistles are a bear to milk, but well worth it. Milk thistle contains an active ingredient called silymarin which is both an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Experts believe milk thistle helps promote healthy liver function and even benefit livers that have been damaged by toxins.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.