Former Tesla employee uses science to create a supplement that prevents hangover symptoms
VANCOUVER, British Columbia—July 10, 2018—Two capsules and a glass of water is all you need to combat your hangovers, thanks to a new startup. DHM, which is both the key ingredient (Dihydromyricetin) an acronym for the product (Destroy Hungover Mornings), fights off hangovers before they even start. The startup launched their Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign on June 4 to fund its first round of production and so far they have received over $25,000 in pre-order sales.
“DHM allows us to enjoy our nights and still maximize productivity the next day,” says Nishal Kumar, DHM’s founder, and local Vancouverite.
“We mix together work, the outdoors, time with friends, evening functions and social activities every day. Our science-backed formula makes sure that a few enjoyable beverages in the evening don’t ruin your plans for tomorrow.”
The FDA-compliant product helps combat common hangover symptoms, including headaches, nausea, brain fog, and anxiety. By enhancing the body’s natural response to alcohol, Destroy Hungover Mornings allows people to wake up feeling fresh.
Each DHM capsule includes only natural and healthy ingredients. The key ingredient is Dihydromyricetin, which is found in two plants that grow in Asia — Hovenia dulcis (Japanese Raisin Tree) and Ampelopsis grossedentata. Dihydromyricetin breaks down the toxic byproduct of alcohol — acetaldehyde — and has been used in Asia for centuries to fight alcohol’s negative effects. Together with milk thistle, prickly pear extract, N-Acetyl L-Cysteine (amino acid), electrolytes and vitamin B complex, the herbal supplement is optimized to drastically reduce hangover symptoms.
DHM capsules are packaged for convenience. They can be taken before, during or after alcohol consumption. While enjoying the night, the supplement goes to work.
DHM – Destroy Hungover Mornings was developed by Nishal Kumar, a passionate Vancouver entrepreneur, and former Tesla employee. Nishal uses his science background from the University of British Columbia to solve complex problems.