Thursday, June 17, 2010

'Magic' drink that claims to reduce drunkenness

If the claims of these French magicians are true then I will be ordering at least a years supply.

"A “magic” drink claiming to reduce drunkenness and ease hangovers launches in France this week, its makers said on Tuesday, prompting scepticism and alarm among experts and health and safety campaigners.

The makers of Outox, a sparkling canned drink, claim it is a “revolutionary” product that “greatly speeds up” the breakdown of alcohol in the blood, according to an invitation to the media launch on Friday.

Sceptics say the drink has not been scientifically proven and could encourage people to drink more or to drive while drunk."

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