A team from Yale University has raised more than $40,000 dollars to fund what they claim to be a scientifically proven hangover prevention drink.
Senior Biology Major Margaret Morse and D1 athlete Liam McClintock have teamed up to develop a formula for a drink that aims to end hangovers and improve productivity lost due to hangovers. With the assistance of two experienced advisors in the healthcare industry, the pair from Yale are looking to reduce the $200 billion lost to hangovers with their smart-thinking hangover solution Mentis Life.
...the pair from Yale are looking to reduce the $200 billion lost to hangovers with their smart-thinking hangover solution Mentis Life.
Mentis (formerly Sun Up) is a patent pending supplement which aims to target the four causes of hangovers: vitamin depletion, acetaldehyde build up, immune system disruption and glutamine rebound. The formula contains a wide variety of hangover fighting ingredients including: vitamins B and C, L-Glutamine, zinc, potassium and mung bean powder. These ingredients come in powder form and is simply drunk with water before drinking alcohol to put a stop to hangover symptoms the following day.
Morse and McClintock’s hangover prevention drink to preventing hangovers is yet to be produced in any significant quantity and the pair have set up an Indie Go Go page to raise funding for just that. Unsurprisingly crowd funding has gone down a storm and, at the time of writing, Mentis has more than doubled it’s original funding target of $20,000.
Although Mentis has already hit their initial funding target, there is still time to be one of the early adopters of this exciting product. The initial batch of expected to ship in May 2017, so don't miss out and pre-order your pack now.