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Used to be, you had two options for treating hangovers:

A) Hit snooze, pull the covers over your head and give up on your day.

B) Suck it up, drink uncomfortable amounts of Gatorade and suffer through it.

So we invented option C): Take Blowfish and feel better in no time.

WAIT. WHAT’S A BLOWFISH?

Blowfish is a lemon-flavored fizzy tablet that will stop the pounding in your hungover head faster than you can imagine. It’s the only hangover product with a formulation recognized as effective by the FDA (which is kind of a big deal).

Doctors use it. Bartenders swear by it. And we guarantee it’s the best remedy out there – so you’ve got absolutely nothing to lose by trying it (except, you know, your hangover).

DOES IT WORK?

Yes. It really does.

NO, REALLY… DOES IT WORK?

In every hangover remedy test we’ve been a part of, we’ve come out on top. Blowfish has been featured by The New York Times, Men’s Health, The Today Show, CNN, NBC News and Fox News, plus a bunch of others – some of the most trusted names in news will vouch that Blowfish is legit.

But if you’re still skeptical, check out our guarantee.

BUT... HOW DOES IT WORK?

Glad you asked.

Blowfish contains a powerful combination of aspirin and caffeine that knocks out your pain and wakes your mind back up. And because it’s effervescent, it’s gentle on your stomach (unlike coffee or morning-after cheeseburgers). The medicine is already dissolved, so it starts to work quickly - people say they feel better in about 15 minutes.

WHY SHOULDN’T I JUST DRINK COFFEE AND TAKE A PAINKILLER, THEN?

Short answer: faster, easier on your stomach, and a lot more convenient on those days when you’re struggling to make it to the shower.

Long answer: effervescent tablets work twice as fast as regular pills, and create an alkaline buffer that protects your stomach. This matters because alcohol triggers your stomach to overproduce hydrochloric acid. So does coffee. Pharmaceutical caffeine (the stuff in Blowfish) is much easier on the stomach than coffee – even decaf. And you should never take acetaminophen, like in Tylenol or Excedrin, for a hangover, since it has been linked to severe cases of liver toxicity when taken soon after alcohol consumption.

If you want to find out exactly what hangovers do to your body, we’ve got all the science here.

If not, we don’t blame you.

WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH THE FDA?

Blowfish is a registered over-the-counter drug, which means that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has evaluated the effectiveness and safety of the formulation for treating hangovers. You can see our registration on the FDA's website here, and our find Drug Facts here.