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I think the lie that's told the most is probably "I'm never drinking again" and with St. Patrick's Day a fresh yet hazy memory, it's probably a lie someone's telling themselves right now.
Wouldn't it be nice if we could have the carefree fun of a night out without the nauseous self-loathing of the morning after? You actually can, and it's a lot more simple than you might think.
I know what you might be thinking, hangover cure recommendations are as old as mankind's ability to talk, but this isn't your grandpa's "hair of the dog that bit ya" remedy.
Morning Recovery is basically a shot of peach juice, and if it's your last shot of the night it's guaranteed to make you feel better the next morning. Designed by a team of scientists that includes an ex-Tesla engineer, Morning Recovery replenishes everything your body loses after a night drinking.
It's not going to give you back your dignity, or delete those texts you sent, but it will fill you up with electrolytes and nutrients that you will sorely need the morning after.
Morning Recovery tastes like peach juice and is only about 3 ozs of liquid. That makes it easier to take and actually really tasty. If you remember to take it before bed you will be totally fine the next day. It's loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, electrolytes and other things that provide a big boost to your liver.
I'm not reading off a press release, I'm speaking from experience. I was allowed to test Morning Recovery to verify their claims. It couldn't have come at a better time because I had some friends visiting from Boston. I've never been able to keep up with them before, but I did my level best this time.
When you're out with friends you drink and talk and talk and drink and then it's 2:00 a.m. That's exactly what happened to me, but I had a secret weapon this time.
I didn't have a great sleep, but I never do when I drink, but when I woke up I had none of the dizzy, fuzzy-headedness that I normally associate with hangovers. I wasn't nauseous, which was a blessing, but my mouth was dry.
I had a big glass of water and a piece of peanut butter toast and was great for the rest of the day.
My friends? Not so much.
This is the only time I've ever successfully completed a scientific experiment, but I couldn't have been happier with the results.
Keep in mind that Morning Recovery doesn't make you sober, it just helps you feel better the next day. The best way to beat a hangover is to not get too crazy.
This might come too late if you're reading this with the lights down low and a bottle of water at your side, but keep Morning Recovery in mind for the next time. They have a great thing going on, and if you wanted to try it out for yourself, here's how.