Say Goodbye To Your Buzz and Hangovers

The year 2023 marks the first true convergence of science and accelerating alcohol metabolism. Until now, when one consumes excess alcohol, “time” has been the only answer to return to sobriety, creating a great need for a solution that provides faster and more effective recovery. In 2023, we are bringing out the science to find clarity. This is not just another hangover remedy!


unbuzzd™ Is A Proprietary Formulation Of Natural Ingredients, Vitamins, And Minerals To Help With Liver And Brain Function For The Purpose Of Quickly Relieving The Consumer From The Negative Effects Of Alcohol Consumption, As Inebriation, Restoring A Normal Lifestyle

Small focus group research indicates unbuzzd™ reduces BrAC faster than what the body would do naturally.

Clinical trials are being planned for further validation.

The active ingredients in unbuzzd™’s formula help restore mental alertness post-alcohol consumption in an average of about 15-30 minutes.

– Kevin Harrington, Marketing icon, original Shark Tank “shark,” and FSD Pharma Advisor


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Today’s recovery drinks have one goal: to relieve undeniable discomfort after a night out of drinking, infamously known as the “hangover.”  unbuzzd™ is more than a hangover cure product. Our purpose is to re-shape the paradigm by taking an innovative approach to reduce the burden of the aftermath effects of excess alcohol consumption on the society. In short, we understand that one person’s inebriation can impact countless others.


According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD.ORG):

According to the 2021 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) by the US Department of Health and Human Services

The NSDUH also discovered an emerging trend of “high intensity drinking,” defined as consuming alcohol at levels that are two or more times the gender-specific binge drinking thresholds. People experiencing high intensity drinking were 70x more likely to have an alcohol-related Emergency Room (ER) visit compared to people that don’t binge drink.

Definition of binge drinking: Click here

Another spill-over consequence is when inebriated individuals end up in the ER, and the resources that need to be dedicated to attend to such people in the ER setting. 


Alcohol, also known with its chemical name ethanol, is metabolized by several processes or pathways in our body. Most commonly, ethanol is broken down by alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) and metabolizes into acetaldehyde, a toxic substance and a known carcinogen.  Although the compound is short lived, acetaldehyde is responsible for the psychological effects, inebriation, and potential liver damage from increased alcohol consumption.

Consuming alcohol causes a rise in BrAC, a well-established estimate of BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration). In 49 states in the USA, a BrAC reading of 0.08 and above can result in criminal charges. In Utah, the illegal BrAC level is 0.05 and above. Across the entire U.S., drivers can also face charges for sub-0.08 BrAC readings under appropriate impaired driving laws.

These laws are in place because alcohol consumption interferes with the brain’s communication pathways, altering the way the brain functions. The disrupted pathways reduce function of key areas of the brain responsible for:


*Balance    * Memory     *Judgment     *Coordination     *Speech

All of which alone or in combination can lead to injury and negative outcomes related to poor decision making.


First, let’s debunk any and all current antidotes to alcohol intoxication, as our product is intentionally designed to rid all ineffective pseudoscience methods. Cold showers, coffee, naps, energy drinks, exercise, carbon capsules, and other purported solutions do nothing to quickly reduce BAC levels. The liver simply needs time to filter blood and process alcohol.

According to the U.S. National Institute on Alcohol, Abuse and Alcoholism, a “standard drink” or “alcoholic drink equivalent” is any drink containing 14 grams, or about 0.6 fluid ounces, of “pure” ethanol. This amount is found in 12 ounces of regular beer (with 5% alcohol by volume or alc/vol), 5 ounces of table wine (with 12% alc/vol), or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof distilled spirits (with 40% alc/vol). While a number of factors (e.g., gender, age, some medications, illness) can cause BAC to rise or fall at different rates, it is understood that alcohol is metabolized by the body at an average rate of 0.015 g/100mL/hour, which equates to about one standard drink per hour for men. Link

"unbuzzd™: The Revolutionary Ethanol-Eliminating Technology for Quick Recovery and Hangover Mitigation"

unbuzzd™ turns the time in your favor. Our formulation was curated through scientific research to expediate recovery from inebriation and to accelerate ethanol metabolism in your body, potentially eliminating any performance concerns today or tomorrow
unbuzzd™ is a beverage by design for a quick onset of action, simply pop-open and drink!
There has yet to be a product backed by strong clinical data that targets reducing BAC (BrAC) levels and Mental Alertness, directly and efficiently
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