Meet our anti-hangover drink that fits in your pocket! Making it the last drink of the night helps your body recover and reduces the damage done by alcohol. It’s made with vitamins, proteins, and electrolytes to keep your liver healthy & supported.
HOW TO CONSUME
We understand how important your health is to you, that’s why Morning Fresh uses natural ingredients that protect your liver & help your body recover.
Our key ingredients include (Per 7 gm):
Vitamin C, mulberry Leaf Extracts, silk proteins and electrolytes.
No sugar & No caffeine goes into any of our products.
MIX into water (200ml)
Drink full glass as your last drink of the night
Wake up fresh & ready to conquer your day
Can I drink Morning Fresh before I start drinking alcohol?
For best results, make Morning Fresh your nightcap/last drink of the night. The one thing you should do before you start drinking? Place a bottle of Morning Fresh by your bedside or in your pocket.
How does Morning Fresh work?
Our livers process and digest alcohol — but when we party, our liver has to work overtime! Morning Fresh simply offers your liver a helping hand! It helps your liver process the alcohol and flushes the toxins out of your body faster! The added vitamins and electrolytes also hydrate you and improve overall liver health! Learn More
I am a light drinker and don’t usually get hangovers, should I still take a Morning Fresh?
Even if it’s a glass or two, alcohol can put your liver function under stress. The active ingredients in Morning Fresh assist your liver to flush out the toxins from alcohol, prevent any damage and replenish any essential vitamins and minerals you need to stay hydrated.
What is the shelf life? Can I buy it now for a holiday I am taking later?
Morning Fresh lasts for 12 months if the bottle or sachet remains unopened. Once opened, we recommend consuming it immediately. Lucky for you, both our sachets and bottles are lightweight and easy to carry on any holiday!
None of the products manufactured or marketed by Morning Fresh is intended to treat, prevent, diagnose, or cure any diseases. Consult a healthcare practitioner if you are pregnant, nursing, on medication, or if you have a medical condition.