Ever come home from a night out, pop a couple Advil before going to bed but still wake up wishing you never took that extra shot? That cup of morning coffee adds a spark of caffeine, but alas, you’re still hung over.
You should have used Blowfish, the only hangover remedy recognized as effective by the FDA, according to Erin Donnelley, the marketing manager for Rally Labs (the makers of Blowfish). Its effervescent tablets are filled with a combination of aspirin and caffeine, and while you think this sounds like your normal after-drinking routine, it’s not. The tablets work twice as fast as Advil, aspirin, Ibuprofen and other pills because they’ve dissolved by the time they hit your system – plus, they’re easier on your stomach, unlike a hangover. Fifteen minutes is all it takes to treat major hangover symptoms.
Donnelley said Blowfish is great for South Floridians and their “it’s 5 o’clock somewhere” mentalities. Between days lounging on the boat and afternoons spent tailgating for the football game, Blowfish appeals to many different interests.
“Blowfish lets you have great nights and great days, which is what South Florida does best,” she said.
The product has a huge fan base in New York City and has just recently been introduced on a national level. However, word of mouth has contributed to its enormous growth. Blowfish is available in CVS stores nationwide and select Walgreens. For a list of Walgreens that offer Blowfish, click here. If you enjoy online shopping or don’t have a CVS or Walgreens near you, Blowfish is also available for purchasable on Amazon.com and www.drugstore.com.
Although people must be 21 or older to purchase alcohol, someone doesn’t need to be 21 to purchase Blowfish. One 12-tablet box is $11.99 and will cure six hangovers. The 50-tablet box, at $49.99, cures 25 hangovers.
So the next time you go out drinking with friends and fear the next day’s hangover, pop a lemon-flavored Blowfish into a glass of water and drink it down. You’ll feel better in 15 minutes flat.