Alcohol makes your body produce more urine, putting you at risk for becoming magnesium deficient. Magnesium helps regulate blood sugar and blood pressure and contributes to the development of the antioxidant glutathione. 
Korean Red Ginseng


Manufactured in: United States

Dietary Sources: Green Leafy Vegetables, Legumes, Nuts, Seeds, Whole Grains

What we test for

Heavy Metals
Residual Solvents

      Clinical References


      ​1. Lecomte, Edith, et al. “Effect of alcohol consumption on blood antioxidant nutrients and oxidative stress indicators.” The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 60.2 (1994): 255-261.

      ​2. KELLY, MICHAEL, ANNA‐LISA MYRSTEN, and LEONARD GOLDBERG. “Intravenous vitamins in acute alcoholic intoxication: effects on physiological and psychological functions.” British Journal of Addiction to Alcohol & Other Drugs 66.1 (1971):19-30.

      ​3. Fairfield, Kathleen M., and Robert H. Fletcher. “Vitamins for chronic disease prevention in adults: scientific review.” Jama 287.23 (2002): 3116-3126.

      ​4. Swift, Robert, and Dena Davidson. “Alcohol hangover.” Alcohol Health Res World 22 (1998): 54-60.

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