Because alcohol is a diuretic, the risk of becoming potassium deficient increases with alcohol consumption. A potassium deficiency can increase your risk for high blood pressure, kidney stones, and elevated blood sugar.
Korean Red Ginseng


Manufactured in: United States

Dietary Sources: Bananas, Oranges, Potatoes, Peas

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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