We’ve been hearing a lot about it on social media and elsewhere online, so we decided to take a closer look to see whether it can live up to the hype or not.
The idea is simple, you take one bottle while “having a good time” and then wake up feeling better the next day.
It sounds pretty good to us, but can this product actually deliver on its claims and help to ease the symptoms of a hangover.
We decided to take a close look at it from all angles to find out.
We’re going to take a close look at the ingredients formula and the doses to see whether Morning Recovery makes it onto our list of the best hangover supplements available at the moment.
So, let’s get cracking and start taking a close look at the Morning Recovery hangover drink in a bit more detail.
As we’ve already worked out, Morning Recovery is a “hangover drink” which is designed to help “end rough mornings”.
Unlike a lot of the other hangover supplements out there which tend to be delivered in capsule form, Morning Recovery is actually a drink.
This certainly makes the product stand out a bit from the competition – although the actual mechanism which it uses to work is basically the same as most other hangover supplements.
The directions are pretty simple. You should drink one bottle of Morning Recovery while drinking – or up to one hour after you consumed your last drink.
The only downside here is that means that you’ll either have to remember to take a bottle out with you whenever you’re drinking, or make sure that you’re home in time to drink one when you get back.
A lot of other hangover supplements simply require that you take them before bed, or in the morning, which is probably easier.
You can find Morning Recovery on Amazon, where it costs around $35 for six bottles and $66 for 12 bottles.
You can also find it on the Morning Recovery official site. It currently comes in a Peach flavor.
According to the listing on Amazon, Morning Recovery has been formulated to “help you bounce back and stay healthy after a fun night”.
It claims to have been designed to help your body detox, rehydrate, and replenish after drinking alcohol so you can get on with your day after.
Morning Recovery promises to help you “end rough mornings” – and says that it only uses the “best ingredients” to achieve its effects.
It all sounds pretty good so far. However, we’ve learned not to pay too much attention to the marketing hype from manufacturers when it comes to supplements.
Instead, it’s better to focus on the important things such as the ingredients, the customer reviews and the dosages to get an all-round picture of a product.
So, with that in mind, let’s now move onto the next section in our Morning Recovery review – the crucial ingredients formula.
Let’s begin this part by taking a close look at the ingredients formula as written on the label of Morning Recovery.
The first slightly disappointing thing we noticed in the Morning Recovery formula is that it uses a proprietary blend to hide the doses of some of the ingredients used.
This is not great. We prefer it when supplement makers are completely transparent with their customers when it comes to the ingredients.
A proprietary blend means that we don’t know the doses of the specific ingredients in that blend – we only know the dose of the total blend.
Anyway, let’s now start taking a look at the main ingredients in the Morning Recovery formula in a bit more detail.
• Vitamin C – This is a good place to start for any hangover supplement. Of course, you’ve probably already come across this vitamin many times before. It’s well-known for its benefits for the immune system. What you may not know is that Vitamin C actually has strong antioxidant properties. So, it’s often included in hangover supplements to help clear up free radicals
• Vitamins B6 and B12 – You probably already know that B Vitamins are very important for your overall health. They are needed by your body in trace amounts for survival. B Vitamins are essential in supporting the liver’s metabolic function, hence why they are included in a lot of products in this category.
• Magnesium – This is an essential mineral that your body needs in trace amounts in order to be able to function properly. When it comes to hangovers, imaging minerals as the cogs which power your body’s metabolic processes. Getting them turning properly is key to bouncing back after drinking.
• Hovenia Dulcis – This is the ‘flagship’ ingredient in the Morning Recovery hangover drink. Also known as Dihydromyricetin (DHM), this ingredient could help to reduce circulating alcohol levels after drinking. It’s one of the most common hangover cure ingredients. That being said, it’s far from ideal that it’s part of the proprietary blend, meaning that we don’t actually know the dose used.
• Korean Pear Extract – This is a common hangover cure ingredient. There is some initial evidence to suggest that it could help to reduce ethanol concentrations after drinking, but there is nowhere near enough human research into this ingredient for our liking.
• Jujube Extract – This is a fruit bearing plant that has a history of use in traditional Chinese medicine. It could provide anti-anxiety and sedative properties, which is presumably why it’s been included in the Morning Recovery formula.
• Milk Thistle Extract – This is another pretty common hangover supplement ingredient and it’s a solid one too. Milk Thistle provides a substance called Silymarin, which is full of antioxidants, and could help to keep your liver in check. Again though, it’s not ideal that we don’t know the dose because of the proprietary blend.
• Prickly Pear Extract – Again, this is another ingredient found in the Morning Recovery formula that also makes it into a lot of other similar products in this category. It’s a pear from the cactus family that seems to have some antioxidant benefits.
• Ginseng – This is a popular ingredient in a lot of supplements. It has a history of use as an energy tonic. It could help with things like mood and immunity. However, it’s not the most common hangover supplement ingredient.
• Green Tea – You probably already know all about Green Tea. It’s a popular drink and supplement ingredient that is lauded for its supposed antioxidant benefits. It is also a common ingredient in many fat burner supplements as it can help to support your metabolism. That said, Green Tea usually contains some Caffeine, and because we don’t know the dose used in Morning Recovery because of the proprietary blend, this is not ideal.
• Taurine – A common ingredient in energy and sports drinks. It’s claimed to help with things such as enhancing exercise performance. We guess that’s why it’s been included in Morning Recovery. It’s an interesting addition to the formula. It’s believed to have a neuro-protective role in the brain.
• Wolfberry Extract – Also known as Goji Berry, we’ve not come across this ingredient in too many hangover cure supplements before. Goji Berries have earned a status as something of a ‘super food’ in recent years. They are claimed to bring a number of benefits, but we’re not too sure about their direct ability to be able to help with hangovers.
The Morning Recovery drink does have some decent things in it, such as DHM and Milk Thistle.
However, we must admit that we were disappointed to see that this product uses a proprietary blend to mask the doses of a lot of the ingredients used.
Here are some of the ingredients Morning Recovery could have used to make their formula even better:
• Black Pepper Extract
You can see our guide to the best hangover supplements on the market right now by following the link shown below.
We did a bit of digging and found more than 250 Morning Recovery reviews on Amazon. At the time of writing, it had an average rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars.
One person rated it five stars and said that it helped them to be more productive the next day after drinking, after having been skeptical at first.
However, one negative review came from somebody who rated it one star, claiming that it smelt and tasted “disgusting”. They also claimed that their sister “threw up immediately” after drinking it.
We always recommend that you do some of your own research into the ingredients before thinking about taking any supplement for the first time, Morning Recovery included.
The problem with Morning Recovery is that it uses a proprietary blend to hide the doses of a lot of the ingredients. This is far from ideal, as we mentioned above.
It’s always a good idea to consult your doctor before you think about trying any new product of this type.
Morning Recovery certainly has some pretty good ingredients in it.
However, the fact that it uses a proprietary blend lets it down in our opinion, as it means that we don’t know the doses of most of the important individual ingredients used.
You can see our guide to our pick of the best hangover supplements on the market right now below.
Of course, there is no such thing as a real hangover cure. The only way to guarantee that you don’t feel rough after a night of drinking is not to drink in the first place!
However, there are some good products out there that could help to ease the symptoms a little bit the next day.
As always, it’s important to drink plenty of water and get some rest after drinking to help your body’s natural recovery mechanism.
That brings us to the end of our Morning Recovery hangover drink review.
Overall, we think this is an OK product that has been let down a little bit by the fact that it uses a proprietary blend.
Judging by some of the reviews on Amazon, the taste might not also be to everyone’s liking.
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