Glutathione & Alcohol - When To Take?

I am going on a stag party next week and wondered when to take glutathione to reduce hangovers.


 


I've seen the info graphic at http://www.bulletproofexec.com/alcohol-without-the-hangover-bulletproof-partying-business-networking/ but am unsure when to take. Before drinking? After drinking? Morning after?


 


Anyone have any experience?


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  • RekaReka ✭✭✭

    Instead of? Just kidding.


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  • ACH85ACH85 ✭✭

    I've done it after drinking, before bed with OK results. Morning after doesn't work as well for me, as I believe you spend too much time already hungover in your sleep. Before/during drinking could make it somewhat harder to get drunk off the alcohol you are consuming, which is counter-productive assuming you are drinking to get drunk / keep pace with your friends. Charcoal might be the better option during, as you still get drunk off the ethanol but avoid some of the other stuff, it's sort of a slightly cleaner-feeling drunk. 


     


    But shouldn't you be just as hungover as your friends, for hateful morning solidarity? When I've been hungover I absolutely loathe that one perky, cheerful friend. You want to be that guy?


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