The Mercy drink is due to hit store shelves in Spring of 2011, and is a non-alcoholic beverage that can be used to replenish nutrients that are robbed from the body after drinking alcohol. The pleasant-tasting drink doesn’t contain caffeine and the company claims that the combination of ingredients found in the product allows the body’s natural detox process to take over by combating hangover symptoms and alcohol flush.
For the best results, the Mercy drink should be ingested during or immediately following a night of drinking. The Mercy drink works by aiding the body to produce more glutathione, which neutralizes free radicals and helps the liver remove the toxins which can lead to a nasty hangover. Because alcohol takes amino acids from the system, your body has to work overtime to replace them. I'm sure quite a few of you could use some Mercy drink after St.Patrick's day.
The Mercy Drink Combats Hangovers Before They Start
1. Canned Hangover Remedies - Opportunity for developing innovative non-alcoholic beverages that combat hangover symptoms and promote natural detox processes.
2. Nutrient Replenishment Beverages - Opportunity for creating drinks that help replenish nutrients lost during alcohol consumption and aid the body's detoxification process.
3. Free Radical Neutralization - Opportunity for products that promote the production of glutathione to neutralize free radicals and support liver function, reducing the occurrence of hangovers.
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3. Supplement - Opportunity for supplement manufacturers to create innovative products that replenish nutrients and support liver function, catering to individuals who consume alcohol.