Product Name: Mercy Hangover Prevention
Product Type: Drink
Size: 8.4 oz
Cost Per Serving: $2.00
Where To Buy: Click Here
Top Ingredients: N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC), B Vitamins, Vitamin C, Potassium, and Magnesium
Mercy Hangover Prevention is a caffeine-free vitamin and antioxidant drink.
It tastes pretty good, but the only major downside is the gross after-taste.
It’s super easy to use as a hangover prevention product; all you need to do is make it your last drink of the night.
Unfortunately, if you forget and try to use it the next morning, it won’t have great results. This stinks, because after a few drinks, I often forget about taking my hangover prevention before bed.
Mercy works best after 3-5 alcoholic beverages. If you drink more than 5 drinks, you will need more cans of Mercy (and probably a bunch of Advil!)
After about 4 drinks and one can of Mercy before bed, I woke up feeling pretty good. I wasn’t too tired and didn’t have a headache at all.
Overall, Mercy is a pretty good hangover cure; I just wish it tasted better.
Ease of Use
Mercy Hangover Prevention is very easy to use. You just need to make it your last drink of the night before bed.
Unfortunately, it is designed to work if you take it before bed, not the next morning.
Also, if you want it to work to the best of its ability, you need to drink one can for every 3-5 drinks.
It comes in two flavors, citrus and blood orange. I tried the blood orange flavor and it’s not that bad.
It reminds me of Emergen-C or Vitamin Water.
It definitely has a strong taste, but it’s not horrible.
However, the after-taste is REALLY bad :(
Morning After Results
Here is the important part. I drank Mercy Hangover Prevention after a family night out. I didn’t go crazy, but had about 3 or 4 drinks. Typically after that much alcohol I feel a little tired, weak, and have a slight headache the next morning.
I drank Mercy before bed, and woke up feeling pretty good. I didn’t have a headache or tiredness. For the most part, I didn’t have much of a hangover at all. I am sure the vitamin drink works best when you don’t over work your liver, so if you have more than 5 drinks you will probably need more than 1 can of Mercy.
Mercy contains many antioxidants and vitamins.
One of the key ingredients is N-acetyl-cysteine. NAC is an antioxidant believed to assist in detoxification of the liver.
B Vitamins are another major component to Mercy. It contains B1, B6, B9, and B12. Each plays a vital role in assisting hangover prevention. For example, Vitamin B12 is supposedly useful in detoxifying the liver and is believed to improve recovery time from drinking-related symptoms.
Another important ingredient is Chamomile Extract. This extract supposedly helps calm the stomach from irritation, another major hangover symptom.
Luckily, I didn’t experience any major side effects from drinking Mercy (just a gross after taste).
It costs $24 for a package of 12 cans.
That works out to $2 per serving.
So it’s definitely affordable :)
I couldn’t find any guarantee for this product.
That’s definitely a bummer if you really dislike the product, but luckily it’s not too expensive.
Where To Buy
To buy Mercy Hangover Prevention: Click Here
Mercy Hangover Prevention: Summary
|Factor||Mercy Hangover Prevention|
|Ease of Use||Easy, just drink it before bed|
|Morning After Results||Lessened hangover symptoms|
|Top Ingredients||N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC), B Vitamins, and Chamomile Extract|
|Side Effects||I experienced no major side effects :)|
|Price||$24 a package, $2 per serving|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|
Category: Hangover Cure Reviews