Frequently Asked Questions
How Quickly Does it take for NoRemorse™ to kick in?
NoRemorse™ takes about 45 minutes to kick in. If you take your first 2 pills 15 minutes before your first drink, you'll give your body the perfect amount of time to stop your hangover before it starts.
What does NoRemorse™ taste like?
NoRemorse™ is a capsule, so it has no taste. The capsule can be taken with water and won't leave a taste in your mouth.
What happens if I forget to take NoRemorse™ after drinking?
If you don't take NoRemorse™ after drinking, it will be less effective.
What happens if I Forget to take NoRemorse™ before drinking?
Take it as soon as you remember! The longer you wait, the less effective NoRemorse™ will be.
Can you overdose on NoRemorse™? Could taking NoRemorse™ be harmfull to my health?
NoRemorse™ is a dietary supplement formulated and produced in accordance with the US Federal Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, and as such is considered Generally Recognized as Safe by the FDA.
Where is Noremorse™ manufactured?
NoRemorse™ is manufactured in the US at a pharmaceutical-grade facility that follows all applicable FDA Good Manufacturing Procedures.
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How is Noremorse™ Different from other "hangover relief" Products?
NoRemorse™ addresses hangovers at their source: additives in the alcoholic drink. Because NoRemorse™ blocks the formation of these toxins, it prevents hangovers.
Other products are simply nutritional supplements that attempt to relieve some of the symptoms of hangovers, but don't stop the hangover itself.
How does NoRemorse™ use the body to change the effects of alcohol absorption?
NoRemorse™ changes the composition of alcoholic beverages to alter the way your body absorbs it. This inhibits the formation of toxins that occur from an alcoholic beverage. NoRemorse™ does all this with a U.S. Patent Pending technology that assists the body in fighting the conversion of alcohol into dangerous toxins within the body.
How can I tell that I have a hangover?
A "hangover" is general discomfort suffered by someone who drank alcohol the night before. Symptoms can include:
- Red eyes
- Occasional memory loss
- Intense thirst
- Stomach or muscle pain
What Causes Hangovers?
Alcohol prevents secretion of vasopressin, a hormone produced in the suprarenal gland. These glands are responsible for the release of vital hormones, some of which regulate the metabolism. When these hormones are not produced, the balance of water in the body, regulated by the kidneys, is negatively affected. This results in dehydration and loss of electrolytes.
Another component that causes hangovers is acetaldeyde - a chemical that is thought to be 30 times more toxic than alcohol itself. When larger amounts of alcohol are consumed, acetaldeyde builds up in the body. The liver is unable to produce enough glutathione (a potent anti-oxidant) in order to keep up with breaking it down.
Finally, alcoholic beverages also cause hangovers due to the additive substances found in the alcohol itself. These additives constitute the largest percentage of an alcoholic beverage and are responsible for most of the taste and aroma of a particular alcohol. When ingested, these additives, also known as congeners, cause an allergic type reaction by producing histamine. This increase of histamines in the body dilates blood vessels and in turn produce a headache.
Is it true that the depletion of Vitamin B causes Hangovers?
No. Vitamin B depletion is not the cause of a hangover; it's just a symptom of drinking. Alcohol causes drinkers to need to use the bathroom often. This increases the loss of water and numerous vitamins, including vitamin B.
Therefore, taking vitamin B complex, which includes vitamin B-1 or thiamine, B-2 or riboflavin, folic acid, B-6 and B-12 may help alleviate some hangover symptoms, but it won't alleviate all of them!