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The BigHead Hangover Pill is a supplement containing pure DHM (Dihydromyricetin), which is an extract from a vine leaf that grows in Japan, China, and Southeast Asia. It has been used for hundreds of years for liver aliments, and has been known to reduce the negative side effects of alcohol on the body, and as a result, prevent hangovers. It is something that can assist you body after a heavy night of partying, and we believe everyone should have a bottle at their house.

There are a lot of companies that claim they found the hangover cure. We’ve tested 20+ companies products and many even show DHM as the primary ingredient. However, the quality, potency, and purity vary widely and it is our effort to provide the highest quality product in the world. We stand by our claim so much that we offer a 100% money back guarantee to anyone who purchased from us and isn’t satisfied. Not happy? Get a refund. Happy? Please tell a friend, gift it to your family, and leave us a positive review.

We’ve tested every product out there both subjectively and independently testing the quality. We’ve also found a wide variety of various products with added vitamins, nutrients, and pain relief. Because almost nothing worked, we decided to product the highest quality, most effective product for protecting your body from alcohol and preventing nasty hangovers. It has been studied by USC (University of Southern California), amongst other studies (another here), with many more to come in the future. We will continue to study and promote our product. It is the product we use ourselves, gift to our friends and family, and now sell to the greater world. As mentioned above, we stand by our claim so much that we offer a 100% money back guarantee to anyone who purchased from us and isn’t satisfied. Not happy? Get a refund. Happy? Please tell a friend, gift it to your family, and leave us a positive review.

The BigHead Hangover Pill contains a naturally occurring vine leaf extract called DHM, and each capsule contains 350mg of pure DHM. It has no known negative side effects, and has been shown to greatly assist the body in processing alcohol after a night of partying. Typically, hangovers begin when the alcohol concentration in your blood begins to fall. Your hangover peaks when your blood alcohol level reaches zero, which typically happens right about the time they wake up in the morning. Two enzymes — alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) and acetaldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) — help your body break down alcohol. Studies suggest that DHM increases the activity of these enzymes, which means it could help you metabolize alcohol faster. A recent study found that people who ingested DHM experienced less headache, dizziness, nausea, and weakness in their hangover than did others who did not take the extract. However, there are many factors that contribute to a hangover that wouldn’t be affected by DHM. This includes low blood sugar, dehydration, and gastrointestinal upset. In addition to DHM’s anti-intoxication and hangover effects, many studies have found that DHM also protects against (and helps repair) liver damage Dihydromyricetin has been used for hundreds of years in Chinese medicine to treat diseases of the liver. Your liver metabolizes alcohol at a constant rate. Any excess alcohol which your liver is unable to metabolize right away circulates through your blood stream until your liver can process it. The process of breaking down alcohol is extremely demanding on your liver. Your liver identifies alcohol as a toxin and makes breaking down alcohol its top priority. This leads to the accumulation of fat deposits and tissue damage. Because DHM helps the liver process alcohol faster, it allows the liver to resume its normal tasks quicker. In other words, DHM has hepatoprotective qualities.

Study showed that dihydromyricetin significantly protects against alcohol-induced liver damage. Another study showed that dihydromyricetin also has the ability to reduce injuries previously made to the liver.