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Review: THC The Hangover Cure


THC and WaterTHC The Hangover Cure — yes, the name is completely coincidental — comes in powder form, contained in a long tube. You mix it with water — 12 to 16 oz. — and guzzle it down after “a night of debauchery” and before bed.

What’s inside? A whole bunch of stuff: Supersized doses of vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B6, B12, panothenic acid, calcium, magnesium, zinc, manganese, chromium, sodium, potassium, l-cysteine, l-glutamine, and that age-old additive, milk thistle extract.

Sounds good, but consuming THC is tricky at the end of a night. A pint of chalky, vaguely Hawaiian Punch-flavored water is a lot to ask of someone with four or five drinks in him, and getting this whole dose down before bed wasn’t the easiest accomplishment of my night.

As for the effectiveness? It didn’t feel like THC did much for me after a long night at the Rickhouse — I experienced difficult sleep and had a nagging headache the next day. But maybe it would have been even worse had I not had the THC? Oh man, God help me.

B- / $20 for 6 doses / drinkthc.com

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  1. Matthew September 2, 2009

    It probably experienced difficult sleep because vitamin B can cause vivid dreaming.


  2. Anonymous May 20, 2010

    It probably experienced difficult sleep because vitamin B can cause vivid dreaming.

  3. Jason S May 30, 2012

    I’ve heard THC is good and there are several others on the market that have been coming out recently that have similar or better results. In particular, look for ingredients such as NAC, l-cysteine, SAMe, choline, and a lot of B vitamins.


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