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The Science Behind a Hangover.

In order to combat the negative effects of alcohol, first, we must understand exactly how it works. What exactly contributes to lingering effects in the morning? 

Well, our liver can only work so fast. When you drink in excess, some toxins are left sitting in the body before they can be filtered out. The longer the toxins sit in your system, the more stress they put on your body, & the worse you will feel in the morning.

Alcohol and the Liver:

How Alcohol Affects the Liver.










Acetic Acid



Alcohol Dehydrogenase


Acetaldehyde Dehydrogenase



How Can We Conquer Hangovers?

Enzyme-Boosting Nutraceuticals.

Cure N Go is a 100% Natural Herbal Enzyme Rehydration Drink that aids the enzymes responsible for alcohol metabolization.

Nutraceuticals work through various pathways in the body, either providing a replacement for something the body can't produce or adding a component necessary component to help aid the body.
Just like protein shakes for a bodybuilder or Vitamin C for someone who is sick, with the help of nutraceuticals, your liver function can be boosted as well.

Still confused?

Simply put:

Enzymes Break Down Alcohol


Cure N Go is Full of Enzymes



Drink cure n go and you will be full of enzymes too!


 What's Inside? 

Like a wellness shot on steroids. CNG uses a unique concentrated blend of natural ingredients. 

 17 Herbs. 

 9 Fruits. 

 100% Natural. 

Each plant & fruit was carefully chosen for their beneficial effects on the body.

Every bottle is packed full of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids.

How Does it Work?

Cure N Go is a Revolutionary Nutraceutical.

Our formula features the extracts of 17 different plant species that have been used for their beneficial effects on the human body for thousands of years. 

By fermenting and extracting Hovenia Dulcis, Cure N Go delivers a potent dose of the organic compound, Dihydromyricetin (DHM). Studies show that DHM boosts liver performance and reduces the negative effects of alcohol consumption and here's how:

After consuming alcohol, your body metabolizes the complex alcohol molecules into acetaldehyde. Acetaldehyde is highly toxic to your body so the longer it stays in your system, the more damage is done, and the worse your 'hangover' will be.

DHM helps by increasing the activity and production of the alcohol-metabolizing enzymes (ADH and ALDH). This enables your body to break apart and remove alcohol faster. In short, DHM reduces the amount of time these harmful alcohol-induced toxins linger in the body and cause damage, allowing you to wake up feeling healthy, refreshed, and ready to conquer the day.

Benefits of DHM

DHM Reduces Desire

For More Alcohol

DHM Increases Rate of Alcohol Metabolism

DHM Counteracts Alcohol Intoxification

Don't believe us?

Take it from the experts.

Kudzu Root

Kudzu Reduces Upset Stomach & Nausea

Kudzu Increase Blood & Heart Circulation

Kudzu Helps Regulate Glucose Levels

Kudzu (Pueraria lobata) Root is a climbing vine that belongs to the pea family. Its flowers and starchy white roots have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries.

Kudzu root has been used to treat alcoholism dating back to 600 AD and its medicinal purposes as early as 200 BC. It is known to ease an upset stomach and prevent vomiting.

Studies show that the kudzu root might also increase blood circulation in the heart and brain. It also helps with the metabolization process by regulating glucose levels.

Chrysanthemum, sometimes called mums or chrysanths, are flowering plants in East Asia and northeaster Europe and has been used in Chinese medicine for hundreds of years.

Chrysanthemum has been used to treat respiratory problems, high blood pressure, and hyperthyroidism. It has also been known to help 'calm your nerves' and reduce inflammation.

Most people use Chrysanthemum in their tea, known for the natural calming agent, it is very popular in Asia.




 Respiratory Function


Reduce Inflammation

Chrysanths Help

Decrease Stress & Anxiety

How Does it Stack up to the Competition?

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