With all the holiday parties taking place in the next couple of weeks along with New Year’s and the usual weekend drinking, the hangover pill, created by U.S scientists and marketed as the Blowfish pill, sounds like a lifesaver. Unfortunately, it won’t be available for purchase until January 2012 the earliest.
This hangover pill is FDA-approved, so it has some legitimacy attached to it and the manufacturers claim that you will feel its restorative power in less than 30 min. The formula seems pretty simple with no hidden secret ingredients: basically aspirin, caffeine and stomach-soothing agents are what the Blowfish pill comprises of. The expected cost is in the range of $3.00 for a one-time dose, which to a sober person might seem like a steep price to pay, but if you have ever been so hung over you can’t move this sounds like the best deal in town.
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