zolttt


quality posts: 11 Private Messages zolttt

I will share the best cure... probably a double post since I answered a question with this.

avoid gimmicks, just have pedialyle (or store brand pedialyte) on hand, drink a large glass and take a couple aleve before bed.

When I do drink enough to get a hangover, I drink a hell of a lot... and I wake up feeling fine every time.

It's not something everyone has around the house, but you should always have a bottle handy

kevlar51


quality posts: 43 Private Messages kevlar51

Alpha Lipoic Acid has done well for me.

But as I get older I'm just growing less and less tolerant of anything.

confusedemmy


quality posts: 21 Private Messages confusedemmy

Well, this is bad timing, Woot.

I might have bought this if it could have gotten here in time for Mardi Gras, but this is the last weekend.

Guess I'll have to rely on the old Bloody Mary remedy.

billyboblewis


quality posts: 0 Private Messages billyboblewis

what are the ingredients and why does woot not put this info up front?

fastandupusa


quality posts: 10 Private Messages fastandupusa

Morning morninglark!
The Fast & Up energy recovery is not specifically geared for Joints. We'll actually launch an effervescent Joint & Cartilage Protection in a couple of months. That one will suit your "cracky" joints better! (it will contain higher concentrations of glucosamine&chondroitin, 1 tablet/day).

morninglark wrote:I've looked at the specs and visited the website and I still don't know how much glutamine or other ingredients is in this product. Does it have enough to replace my joint juice? Is it safe for daily use?

Thanks to anyone who can
answer.



fastandupusa


quality posts: 10 Private Messages fastandupusa

BillyBob? I still don't understand why Angelina left you for this Brad guy? Oops that's another Billy Bob, my bad!

Here are the ingredients, thanks for reminding us!
Vitamins:
vitamin A (4.2 IU as beta carotene)
vitamin C 11.25mg
thiamin 0.18mg
Riboflavin 0.2mg
Niacin 2.25mg
Vitamin B6 0.25mg
vITAMIN 12 0.125mg
magnesium 28.1mg
sodium 250mg
Amino acids:
taurine 400mg
creatine 188mg
Lleucine 100mg
Glutamine 87.5mg
l-isoleucine 25mg
L-valine 25mg

Caffeine free
Sugar free
Artificial sweetener free
GMO free
Gluten free
Lactose free
Animal preservative free
Orange flavor


billyboblewis wrote:what are the ingredients and why does woot not put this info up front?


psumek


quality posts: 9 Private Messages psumek

Fast & Up? I swore this was some sort of viagra substitute.

Rster0211


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Rster0211

Do these happen to contain deer antler juice?

fastandupusa


quality posts: 10 Private Messages fastandupusa

We get that a lot. Our marketing guy may be drawing too much inspiration from all the time he spends at adult entertainment expos.

psumek wrote:Fast & Up? I swore this was some sort of viagra substitute.



North316


quality posts: 107 Private Messages North316
Rster0211 wrote:Do these happen to contain deer antler juice?



It's spray, not juice.

My CT
"Trust your homies on the net", Clark Smith.
R.I.P. Inkycatz - Feb. 2013

jawlz


quality posts: 12 Private Messages jawlz
zolttt wrote:if you are looking for a good hangover "cure-all" Drink a large glass of pedialyte before bed along with a couple non-asprins... works like a charm, every time ! (and asprin free !)



Pedialyte (or Gatorade), yes. Non-aspirin (by which I am assuming you mean Acetaminophen) immediately after drinking is not a good combo for your liver, however, and should be avoided.

aderyn


quality posts: 10 Private Messages aderyn
jawlz wrote:Pedialyte (or Gatorade), yes. Non-aspirin (by which I am assuming you mean Acetaminophen) immediately after drinking is not a good combo for your liver, however, and should be avoided.



Likewise NSAIDs, such as Aleve. It's recommended that NSAIDs not be taken within 12 hours before or after drinking alcohol. Assuming you want to keep your GI tract lining and your kidneys along with your liver.

fredrinaldi


quality posts: 33 Private Messages fredrinaldi

People really buy these?
what was it P.T. Barnum once said?

fredrinaldi


quality posts: 33 Private Messages fredrinaldi
Rster0211 wrote:Do these happen to contain deer antler juice?



LOL

lets ask Ray Lewis

christykelly


quality posts: 0 Private Messages christykelly

It is for a hangover from too much enjoyment of winewoot.

Igannon wrote:Given all of the sub-categories that Woot! now has (tech, sport, shirt etc.) this seems like the wrong place to put supplement tablets. Its not even close to wine/gourmet food related... Like... at all.



johnt007871


quality posts: 8 Private Messages johnt007871

Is this basically Airbourne/ EmergenC?

I take those with alka seltzer cold when I'm sick with 8 oz of water. Might be in for these if they are cheaper

fastandupusa


quality posts: 10 Private Messages fastandupusa

Has everyone passed out? Kids in bed?
Good! let me sneak a little adult video:

Fast&UpParty

TfxSoldier


quality posts: 3 Private Messages TfxSoldier

"Best by October 2014"

I don't plan on exercising before then.

~Tfx

demmps


quality posts: 0 Private Messages demmps

Great Stuff...if it comes up in a WootOff I'm in for the limit! I missed yesterday DOD...I went out drinking!

demmps


quality posts: 0 Private Messages demmps

Nertz!...no one called me, on my last bottle!

gina3graces


quality posts: 38 Private Messages gina3graces
gina3graces wrote:Make me feel good.

(I will try this miracle elixir.)



Just wanted to report back: THIS STUFF WORKS! It gives me a feeling of being replenished or a sense of well-being. It has LONG-TERM residual effect and will keep you feeling vital and wide awake into the wee hours if you take it late in the day. I really like this product and plan on making it a part of my daily routine. But I will take it early morning to better mirror the needs of my exhausting routine.