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Unlocking the Science Behind AWKN

A Deeper Dive into Hangover Prevention

It's all in the ingredients

Blending traditional wisdom with cutting-edge science

The science of a hangover is actually quite complex and it impacts many parts of your body - when your liver processes and breaks down alcohol, it creates a by-product called acetaldehyde, which is significantly more toxic than alcohol and is the main driver of a hangover.

AWKN has 12 key superfood ingredients that support and restore throughout this process and reduce the amount of acetaldehyde in your body, which means your chances of suffering from a hangover is dramatically reduced.

A Closer Look at the Science

Scientifically Proven

Behind each ingredient lies a wealth of scientific research. Numerous studies suggest that the combination of these natural superfood extracts and vitamins may help reduce alcohol levels, support liver function, and alleviate hangover symptoms. Our commitment to scientific validation ensures that every drop of AWKN is backed by evidence.

Quality Over Anything

We take pride in sourcing only premium quality ingredients. With a dedicated lab and experienced nutritionists, we ensure that each batch of AWKN meets the stringent standards set for effectiveness and purity.

Result Driven Formulation

From antioxidant-rich glutathione to the liver-loving milk thistle, our formulations have been rigorously tested. Studies show significant reductions in oxidative stress, liver enzyme levels, and inflammation – all key players in the detox game.

Korean Ginseng

Clinical trials have demonstrated that ginsenosides, the active compounds in Korean Ginseng, exhibit anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. These properties make Korean Ginseng a valuable addition to hangover prevention, reducing symptoms and supporting overall well-being.

Panax Ginseng: A Role in Cancer Therapy? (Helms, 2004)

Korean Curcumin

Curcumin's anti-inflammatory effects have been well-documented in scientific research. Research indicates that curcumin supplementation helps modulate inflammatory responses, potentially reducing hangover symptoms.

The Pharmacological Activities of Curcumin (Kunnumakkara et al., 2017)

Korean Pear

Pears are rich in essential nutrients, including vitamins and antioxidants. The nutritional benefits of pear contributes to the overall support for recovery.

Nutritional and Health Benefits of Pears (Dreher, 2018)

Prickly Pear

Studies have explored the benefits of prickly pear extract in reducing inflammation and oxidative stress caused by alcohol consumption. Results suggest that incorporating prickly pear into hangover prevention formulas contribute to a faster recovery.

Effect of Prickly Pear Juice on Oxidative Stress in Alcohol-Acetaminophen-Induced Rat Liver Injury (Sumida et al., 2013)

Milk Thistle

Silymarin, the active compound in milk thistle, has been extensively studied for its hepatoprotective properties. Research indicates that milk thistle supplementation led to a reduction in liver enzyme levels, a key indicator of liver health.

Silymarin and its Role in Chronic Diseases (Goyal et al., 2011)

Ginger

Clinical trials have shown that ginger effectively alleviates nausea and digestive discomfort associated with various conditions, including alcohol consumption. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties contribute to its efficacy in reducing hangover symptoms.

A Systematic Review of the Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Rheumatic and Immunomodulatory Effects of Ginger (Bartels, 2015)

Reishi Mushroom

Reishi mushroom holds liver-protective effects. Compounds in reishi have shown promise in supporting liver health, adding an extra layer of protection against alcohol-induced stress.

Ganoderma Lucidum Protects Liver Function and Metabolism (Jin et al., 2017)

Vitamin C

Numerous studies have explored Vitamin C's effects of alcohol-induced oxidative stress. Research indicates that a significant dose of Vitamin C helps combat inflammation and support the immune system, promoting faster recovery.

Ascorbic Acid Supplementation Mitigates the Alcohol-Induced Oxidative Stress in Rat Liver (Shenoy et al., 2014)

Honey

Research suggests that honey's antioxidants, including polyphenols and flavonoids, contribute to reducing oxidative stress caused by alcohol consumption. Studies have shown consuming honey decreased oxidative damage.

Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Properties of Honey (Alvarez-Suarez et al., 2010)