Feeling jet lagged after a flight, simply tired and rundown or even hungover aren’t reasons you would typically called your doctor—until now.
A study published in the September 2013 issue of Food and Function showed that chemicals in the non-caffeinated beverage can halt that awful next-day feeling.
Yost and Young are part of a growing trend of people who seek out customized, intravenous cocktails at wellness centers and spas across the country. Experts told CBS 2 that the formula of vitamins and minerals could provide instant relief for a number of ailments.
The study shows nuts, cheese and even baked goods can contribute to the hungover feeling.
“Really, it targets all of the major symptoms,” said creator Brenna Haysom. “The thing that’s special about is it works so quickly.”