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How does After Party work?
When we drink alcohol, our liver metabolizes and breaks down the beverage as quickly as possible. During this process, alcohol is first transformed into acetaldehyde, a compound that is toxic to the body, and then that’s slowly broken down into acetate, a neutral substance. Acetaldehyde is what causes brain and organ damage from alcohol consumption and it’s the main culprit behind your hangover.
After Party is a product that may assist in the metabolism of acetaldehyde and may also increase GABA levels in the body by binding (weakly) to GABA. Please read the peer reviewed scientific studies on this that are linked below and come to your own conclusions. There’s a reason we made this.
Preclinical Research of Dihydromyricetin for Brain Aging and Neurodegenerative Diseases
Dihydromyricetin ameliorates behavioral deficits and reverses neuropathology of transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer's disease
Identification of Dihydromyricetin and Metabolites in Serum and Brain Associated with Acute Anti-Ethanol Intoxicating Effects in Mice
Antialcohol Effects of Dihydromyricetin in Combination With Other Flavonoids
Hovenia dulcis Thumberg: Phytochemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology and Regulatory Framework for Its Use in the European Union
Alcohol use disorders and current pharmacological therapies: the role of GABAA receptors
Dihydromyricetin As a Novel Anti-Alcohol Intoxication Medication
Influence of Hovenia dulcis on alcohol concentration in blood and activity of alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) of animals after drinking
Molecular mechanisms and therapeutic implications of dihydromyricetin in liver disease
Dietary Nutrient Intake, Alcohol Metabolism, and Hangover Severity
The Role of Alcohol Metabolism in the Pathology of Alcohol Hangover