Social norms have made it difficult to avoid meeting clients/business partners and celebrating milestones at work over alcohol. In the long term, it becomes unavoidable since it is commonly used to represent the culture and politeness towards the other person. Some days you get more wasted than usual and have difficulty getting into a flow state to work the following day.
Research shows that products with the active compound H. dulcis—dihydromyricetin (DHM) can help reduce hangover symptoms. It helps by increasing the activity of the enzymes alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) and aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) to break down the alcohol at a faster rate in the liver. Besides that, the DHM also stops alcohol from accessing gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptors. Alcohol and GABA receptors do go well together, as the receptors are part of the central nervous system and once alcohol gets into contact with it, it reduces alertness, has intrusive thoughts and constant worries.
RaisinTree contains Hovenia dulcis (H. dulcis), American ginseng and monk fruit (luo han guo), and is best served warm. It is carefully formulated to include active ingredients with help to calm and soothe the body after a long night, and help the body restore to its original rhythm. The combination of Hovenia dulcis (H. dulcis) relieves hangover symptoms, American ginseng provides vitality and monk font acts as a natural sweetener to give the beverage a more pleasant taste. Long term consumption can help to improve complexion and an improved health overall.
RaisinTree is the ideal beverage to enhance and protect your liver health. The better we take care of our liver health, the better it will take care of us.
Enjoy the delicious taste of RaisinTree daily, and especially before and after a party. Other main ingredients include American ginseng and monk fruit (luo han guo).
Fatty liver is often a byproduct of lifestyle choices and it is caused by the buildup of excess fat in the liver, which could cause liver inflammation/ liver damage and be at risk of diseases such as alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFLD) or nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). It is normal to have some amount of fat in the liver but too much of it could cause undesired health problems.
Alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFLD) is caused by a person who consumes too much alcohol, whereas nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) happens when the person has a fatty liver but does not consume any alcohol. Risk factors include consuming too much alcohol, being obese, having metabolic diseases (high blood pressure/ insulin resistance) and having diabetes.
With the rise in modern society’s standards of living, habits like drinking too much alcohol, staying up late, eating a high-fat diet, and excessive weight loss will cause the liver to store an excessive amount of fat (5–10%), which causes “deformation” of the liver cells, an increase in transaminase, and the eventual development of cirrhosis and liver cancer.