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Stop Hangovers, Sucker

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Just in time for the weekend, comes a product designed to quell hangovers: lozenges and lollipops called Hangover Sucks. --- According to the manufacturer, Three Lollies, their natural products are "developed by a team of healthcare professionals dedicated to providing safe, natural solutions to their patients and the world at large." The company was originally founded to help pregnant women curb morning sickness and launched a product called Preggie Pops.

According to Three Lollies, Hangover Sucks "are formulated to relieve mild to moderate hangovers quickly through natural drug-free means. They are composed of an essential blend of vitamins that revitalize the system and ease nausea, dry mouth, and mild dehydration in scrumptious ginger, raspberry, and lime flavors." 

In addition, the company also sells Smoking Sucks, a "safe substitution for cigarettes," containing L-tryptophan.

I haven't tried these products and, frankly, don't plan to. If you're interested, however, you can find out more at Three Lollies