LIVitup Is The Ayurvedic Hangover Shield Before Anything Boozy

Customized sample pack for LIVitup testing

Alcohol consumption is a habit of the modern lifestyle, though it obviously differs from individual to individual, as to how much or frequently it is consumed. For those that do consume, one of the common issues is the hangover problem, the 'morning after', or after a period of sleep from the drinks taken. This means a period of nerve-wrecking headaches, the nausea which follows, and the seriously wretched period of throwing up, but there is indeed a solution to avoid this discomfort. Dadra based Herbolab India's brand, called Dr. Vaidya's, has a product called LIVitup! which is ayurvedic set of tablets to prevent the hangovers, and hopefully leave good experiences to recount after!

    LIVitup set of tablets

In order to check the effective power of the tablets, a couple of them were consumed around 10-mins before the whiskey was consumed. Over the duration of a few hours, around 3 pegs were consumed, mixed with water for dilution. For someone with a sensitive digestive system, the levels are enough to induce the common hangover in a painful spate of events, along with other symptoms mentioned before. 

The testing set of 3 packs with 2 tablets in each

The final test was the next morning, which was surprisingly pleasant. There were so visible or experienced hangovers, no untoward effects on the stomach functions including digestion. In other words, the painful after-drinking effects were not visible. On deeper exploration, the listed ingredients included Arogyavardhini Ras (160mg), Kalmegh Ghan (320mg), and Lactose (q.s), which are mostly herbal, and certainly did not have any after effects of any kind. In short, LIVitup! is indeed handy, and advisable to carry. To buy, headover to, or contact the brand across social media channels.


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