If you’ve ever woken up with a headache from the night before, you may want to keep reading. Rumor on the street is that organic alcohol is becoming a new trend because it can help prevent hangovers. Wait what, really?
What’s the Difference?
Organic alcohol is made with ingredients that are only grown on organic farms and processed in a dedicated distillery without any pesticides or fertilizers. All of those chemicals are used during the production process to speed things along. The organic drinks are free from synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, hormones and GMOs. Does it gross anyone else out that we’re currently drinking alcohol that contains all of those things?
Products that are produced with pesticides and other harmful ingredients can increase your risk of cancer and other health related illnesses. So it’s basically just cleaner and healthier.
Residue of chemicals can make their way into the bottle and in your drink. Organic producers try to eliminate chemicals during all stages. People who drink organic alcohol have reported diminished hangovers when compared to non-organic alcohols… sign me up!
While it is still true that if you drink too much of anything, natural or not, you’ll feel pretty crappy the next day. Organic drinks only make you feel better in moderation, according to 12 Palms recovery facility.
I’ll have some!
It’s no secret that organic food is sweeping the nation, you can pretty much get anything made organically. As we’ve learned, natural normally means a little more expensive, so keep that in mind when you go to order an organic drink tonight. Some brands you can find in the liquor stores, while others you can only order online.
There are lots of companies experimenting with this stuff and you can find it more in higher class bars and restaurants (because it is a little more expensive).
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