Oxygenated Alcohol Won’t Give You A Hangover

Oxygenated Alcohol Won’t Give You A Hangover
Innovation

Researchers at Chungnam National University in Korea have devised a way to hack alcoholic drinks in order to decrease hangovers without killing the potency.

Dan Gould
  • 2 march 2010

Researchers at Chungnam National University in Korea have devised a way to hack alcoholic drinks in order to decrease hangovers without killing the potency.

By adding oxygen bubbles to liquor, Doctors Kwang-il Kwon and Hye Gwang Jeong have been able to speed up how fast drinkers get sober, and cut back hangover time.

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