Helpful FAQs

  • Does Blowfish really work?
    Yes. If you’ve ever tried another "hangover cure” we understand why you’re skeptical. But Blowfish is different. For one, our formulation is recognized by the FDA. Seriously. You can go to the FDA’s website here and search our NDC code 75920-0464. For another, we guarantee you like it or we’ll really give your money back.
  • When should I take Blowfish?
    In the morning, as soon as you wake up. Unless you really want that hangover to last any longer.
  • What’s in Blowfish?
    Each Blowfish tablet contains 500mg of aspirin and 60 mg of pharmaceutical caffeine in two effervescent tablets. We know what you’re thinking: sounds simple. And it is. Blowfish gives you everything you need to feel better quickly: pain reliever, caffeine, effervescence and water. Just drop the tablets in water, wait for them to dissolve and drink. We’ll take it from there.
  • Why is Blowfish better than aspirin and a cup of coffee?
    Blowfish is specifically formulated for people with hangovers. That means it’s designed to work fast and be gentle on your stomach. Effervescent tablets works twice as quickly as regular pills. And the medicinal caffeine and effervescent solution are easier on your stomach than coffee, which has been shown to be a strong producer of stomach acid. Not exactly what your stomach needs after a night of getting pummeled by alcohol.
  • I’m allergic to aspirin or another NSAID (such as Advil®), can I still take Blowfish?
    No, please don’t. Read the drug facts carefully and do not take Blowfish if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
  • How much caffeine is in Blowfish?
    Two tablets contain 120 mg of caffeine, which is about as much as a regular cup of coffee. If you’re caffeine sensitive, we recommend starting with just one tablet.
  • Is Blowfish kosher, vegan, and gluten-free?
    Yes, it’s all of those things. L’chaim!
  • Will Blowfish allow me to drink limitless amounts and feel amazing the next day?
    No. Blowfish is formulated to alleviate the symptoms of hangovers, even strong ones. But if you’re vomiting and can’t keep it down, unfortunately we can’t help with that. But good luck.
  • Why is it called Blowfish?
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Because it has bubbles? Plus, our research shows it’s one of the only names that hungover people could remember.
  • Why haven’t I heard of this before?
    We don’t know. We’re good at fixing hangovers, but bad at telling people about it?
  • Where can I buy Blowfish?
    The best deal on Blowfish is buying on our website (free shipping!). Do it now. Next time you wake up hungover, you’ll be glad you have it. But if you need it right now, you can also find it in the pain reliever aisle at CVS stores. It’s usually on a bottom shelf. Sometimes it’s hard to spot, and employees might tell you it doesn’t exist, but don’t believe them. It’s there.

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