Hangover Cures Might Work, But Evidence Weak – Study
According to a recent systematic review of evidence from randomised placebo-controlled trials, the claimed hangover-reducing effects of traditional herbal medicines and dietary supplement ingredients do have some scientific backing. However, the quality of the evidence is extremely low.
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