How does AF Reducer Treat Alcohol Flush?
AF Reducer is formulated with vitamins and minerals that work together to provide a natural remedy to the uncomfortable effects of alcohol flush. Seeing as there was no product available on the market designed to treat Alcohol Flush specifically, we took it upon ourselves to find a solution. We combined some of the oldest healing tactics with some preeminent methods of modern science, and bang, AF Reducer was born! Creating the finest solution to solve all of your drinking problems (besides the hangover that is)
No one likes putting things into their body that they can’t even pronounce. That’s why we formulated AF Reducer with safe and natural household names such as Calcium, Asparagus, and Potassium. Learn how our ingredients help combat your flush.
Our unique balance of Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, and Sodium work in combination with other minerals in the body to help maintain a healthy PH balance, while promoting bodily functions.
B9 is a vitamin found commonly in everyday items like honey, tree and vine fruits, berries, and most root vegetables. It has been shown to slow the absorption of alcohol, while helping to reduce the acidity levels within the liver.
Yes, like vegetable. Known for its ability to reduce swelling, joint pain, and promote healthy skin, it’s also a good source of dietary fiber, folic acid, vitamin e, vitamin c, and vitamin B6. Did we mention it’s been proven to lessen the effects of hangovers?
Desired for its purity, sea salt contains 92 trace minerals, 24 of which have been scientifically proven to be essential in maintenance of optimal health.
Along with it’s ability to soothe and heal inflamed skin, sea salt helps to balance the acidity level in your body.
Not only does lemon help liver function and prevent kidney stones, but it helps dry hair and skin, while promoting stress relief. When life gives you lemons…
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Items that increase Alcohol Flush
- Spicy Food
- (Warm room, Overdressed)
Items that slow down the Alcohol Flush Process
- Food rich in carbohydrates
- Fruits (rich in fructose)
- Pineapple, Apples,
- Raisins, and Figs