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Vitamin B6 :

  • Jeffrey G. Wiese, MD; Michael G. Shlipak, MD, MPH; and Warren S. Browner, MD, MPH. The Alcohol Hangover. Ann Intern Med. 2000;132(11):897-902. (“claims Prophylactic vitamin B6 (pyritinol) reduced the number of hangover symptoms by approximately 50% in one study”) READ MORE
  • Khan MA, Jensen K, Krogh HJ. Alcohol-induced hangover. A double-blind comparison of pyritinol and placebo in preventing hangover symptoms. Q J Stud Alcohol. 1973; 34.1195-201

Pantothenic Acid

  • David Novelli. Metabolic Functions of Pantothenic Acid. Physiological Reviews Published 1 October 1953 Vol. 33 no. 4, 525-543. READ MORE

Kudzu

  • Elhabib Benlhabib, John I. Baker, Daniel E. Keyler, and Ashok K. Singh. Kudzu Root Extract Suppresses Voluntary Alcohol Intake and Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms in P Rats Receiving Free Access to Water and Alcohol. Journal of Medicinal Food. June 2004, 7(2): 168-179. doi:10.1089/1096620041224210.
  • Ashok K. Singh, Yin Jiang, Shveta Gupta, Mohamod Younus, and Mohamod Ramzan. Anti-Inflammatory Potency of Nano-Formulated Puerarin and Curcumin in Rats Subjected to the Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Inflammation. Journal of Medicinal Food. October 2013, 16(10): 899-911. doi:10.1089/jmf.2012.0049.
  • David H. Overstreet, Jason E. Kralica, A.Leslie Morrowa, Zhong Z. Mab, Y.W. Zhangb, David Y.W. Lee. NPI-031G (puerarin) reduces anxiogenic effects of alcohol withdrawal or benzodiazepine inverse or 5-HT2C agonists. Pharmacology Biochemistry and BehaviorVolume 75, Issue 3, June 2003, Pages 619–625.
  • Rong Li, Tao Liang, Qiaoling He, Chao Guo, Lingyuan Xu, Kefeng Zhang, Xiaoqun Duan. Puerarin, isolated from Kudzu root (Willd.), attenuates hepatocellular cytotoxicity and regulates the GSK-3β/NF-κB pathway for exerting the hepatoprotection against chronic alcohol-induced liver injury in rats. International Immunopharmacology Volume 17, Issue 1, September 2013, Pages 71–78.

Milk Thistle

  • (States “Silymarin, the active principle of the milk thistle Silybum marianum, protects experimental animals against various hepatotoxic substances.”) P. Ferenci, B. Dragosics, H. Dittrich, H. Frank, L. Benda, H. Lochs, S. Meryn, W. Base, B. Schneider. Randomized controlled trial of silymarin treatment in patients with cirrhosis of the liver. Journal of Hepatology Volume 9, Issue 1, July 1989, Pages 105-113.

Taurine

  • Mita D. J. Kerai, Catherine J. Waterfield, Susan H. Kenyon, Daniel S. Asker, John A. Timbrell. REVERSAL OF ETHANOL-INDUCED HEPATIC STEATOSIS AND LIPID PEROXIDATION BY TAURINE: A STUDY IN RATS. Alcohol and Alcoholism, Medical Council on Alcoholism, 1999.
  • Bhupinder P.S. Vohra, Xiang Hui. Improvement of Impaired Memory in Mice by Taurine. Neural Plasticity Volume 7 (2000), Issue 4, Pages 245-259 http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/NP.2000.245 http://www.hindawi.com/journals/np/2000/196049/abs/
  • Jale Balkan, Öznur Kanbagli, Gülçin Aykaç-Toker, Müjdat Uysal. Taurine Treatment Reduces Hepatic Lipids and Oxidative Stress in Chronically Ethanol-Treated Rats. Biological and Pharmaceutical BulletinVol. 25 (2002) No. 9 P 1231-1233.

Artichoke Leaf

  • LU Zheng, ZHANG Jing, GAO Zhao-lan, ZHANG Bo, XU Yong-jie. Protective Effect of Burdock Inulin and Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin against Chronic Alcohol-induced Oxidative Injury in Mice. Food Science.
  • Güldal Mehmetçika, Gül Özdemirlerb, Necla Koçak-Tokerb, Uğur Çevikbaşc, Müjdat Uysal. Effect of pretreatment with artichoke extract on carbon tetrachloride-induced liver injury and oxidative stress. Experim=-\]ental and Toxicologic PathologyVolume 60, Issue 6, 18 September 2008, Pages 475- 480.
  • Rafael Llorach , Juan Carlos Espín , Francisco A. Tomás-Barberán , and Federico Ferraris. Artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) Byproducts as a Potential Source of Health-Promoting Antioxidant Phenolics. J. Agric. Food Chem., 2002, 50 (12), pp 3458–3464.

Green Tea Catechins

  • Effects of green Tea Catechins (gTC) on the Treatment of Hangover and Prevention of Liver Disease. Over-consumption of alcohol leads to many side-effects such as malnutrition, liver disease, and neuronal disorders and many investigators have tried to identify methods for preventing the side-effects of drinking.
  • This study was carried out to investigate the effect of the beverage contained green tea catechins (gTC) on the alcohol administered rats. We observed that blood alcohol concentration level decreased significantly in plasma. gTC (200 mg/kg) also reduced the aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT) level of the intoxicated rats. These results suggest that gTC may be useful for the prevention and therapy of hepatotoxic pathogenesis.

Bupleurum Root

  • Be-Jen Wanga, Chu-Ting Liua, Chin-Yin Tsenga, Chien-Ping Wub, Zer-Ran Yu. Hepatoprotective and antioxidant effects of Bupleurum kaoi Liu (Chao et Chuang) extract and its fractions fractionated using supercritical CO2 on CCl4-induced liver damage. Food and Chemical ToxicologyVolume 42, Issue 4, April 2004, Pages 609–617.

Acerola Berry

  • Schuss A.G. et al. Antioxidant Capacity and Other Bioactivities of the Freeze-Dried Amazonian Palm Berry, Euterpe oleraceae Mart. (Acari). J. Agric. Food Chem., 2006, 54 (22), pp 8604–8610.

Shisandra Fruit

  • S.-H. Kim, M. H. Joo and S.-H. Yoo. Structural Identification and Antioxidant Properties of Major Anthocyanin Extracted from Omija (Schizandra chinensis) Fruit. Journal of Food Science Volume 74, Issue 2, pages C134–C140, March 2009.

Glutamine

  • R W Hong, J D Rounds, W S Helton, M K Robinson, and D W Wilmore. Glutamine preserves liver glutathione after lethal hepatic injury. Ann Surg. 1992 Feb; 215(2): 114–119.PMCID: PMC1242397.

Thiamine

  • SERGEY M. ZIMATKIN* and TAMARA I. ZIMATKINA. THIAMINE DEFICIENCY AS PREDISPOSITION TO, AND CONSEQUENCE OF, INCREASED ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION. Alcohol & Alcoholism Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 421^27, 1996.

Ascorbic Acid

  • John S. Markowitza*, Aimee L. McRaeb & Susan C. Sonnet. Oral Nutritional Supplementation for the Alcoholic Patient: A Brief Overview. Annals of Clinical PsychiatryVolume 12, Issue 3, 2000, pages 153-158.

NAC

  • Aydin S, et al. N-Acetylcysteine Reduced the Effect of Ethanol on Antioxidant System in Rat Plasma and Brain Tissue. The Tohoku Journal of Experimental MedicineVol. 198 (2002) No. 2 October p. 71-77.
  • Mark F. McCarty. Nutraceutical strategies for ameliorating the toxic effects of alcohol. Medical Hypotheses Volume 80, Issue 4, April 2013, Pages 456–462.
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