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AFTER PARTY SHOT

Life can be hectic, does it ever happen to you that you wake up after an 8-hour sleep, but you still feel tired? Or that 3pm slump when you feel like just going to sleep and forgetting everything? Maybe you're feeling low and don’t have much energy in your body. Honestly, it happens to all of us, even if we haven’t had a few drinks the night before! We are on a mission to help even live their best possible life and our pocket rocket After Party shot rescues and restores, making the day after as good as the bight before.

Potion Life's After Party Shot is a revolutionary new product that will give a new meaning to the term 'Energy Shot.’ After Party Shot provides you with bursts of energy in every single sachet! Specifically formulated to combat each aspect of being hungover or burning the candle at both ends

After Party shots are engineered with such ingredients that make sure you have an energised and motivating day. With the additional medical and mental benefits, it is the perfect solution for any busy bee.

Ingredients:

The ingredients used in the After Party Shot are outlined below, along with their numerous benefits. This guide will let you know exactly what your body is consuming.

Vitamin B complex: -

Vitamin B complex is known for improving brain function, and it improves the health of your cells exponentially, potentially leading to a longer and healthier life. It also vamps up the production of your red blood cells. This prevents people from being susceptible to anemia. It is also used to increase our bodies' energy levels, making us feel more energized and activated, which motivates us to live a better life. Research has shown that adequate levels of Vitamin B complexes in the body may prevent cancerous cells from forming and spreading. It is also a stress reliever and benefits the mood and reduces the physiological stress response.

Vitamin C:

Vitamin C mainly targets our immune system, and its deficiency may expose a person to a wide range of diseases and infections. It is a strong antioxidant and is known for preventing inflammation in the body. It is mainly utilized in repairing old cells and making new ones. It ensures the proper absorption of iron by our bodies. It synthesizes collagen, which is an important fiber that attaches muscles to our bones. It is also the reason why our bones and teeth do not deteriorate over time.

Vitamin C keeps our immune system in prime condition. It also acts as an anti-aging agent, preventing skin cells from losing their shape and therefore avoiding wrinkles. It is a nutritional form of stress relief medication, and it has no negative side effects on the brain. If someone has Vitamin C deficiency, his muscles will start to deteriorate and weaken.

Magnesium:

Magnesium is one of a few minerals that act as cofactors for many biochemical reactions in our body. This means that It helps in the production of energy, making us feel more active and energized. It is known for being an anti-inflammatory mineral, and it is also known to fight against type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol levels. It also provides us the energy to exercise more, so now you can hit those gym machines for longer!

Magnesium is also known to treat depression. Latest research advocates that many cases of depression and mental illness are caused by low levels of Magnesium in everyday foods. Its properties can lower blood pressure, too, leading to a healthier heart and blood vessels overall, potentially preventing heart attack and stroke.

Manganese:

Manganese, like Magnesium, is another mineral that is utilized in extensive numbers of chemical reactions. Manganese, coupled with Magnesium, improves bone density, especially in older adults, who are at risk of bone breakage due to low bone density. Manganese is also found in high concentrations in the pancreas. This is because it synthesizes insulin, a hormone used to lower the amount of glucose in the blood.

Manganese is an element that is found to reduce the number of epileptic attacks in adults. It does this because it is known as a vasodilator, allowing more blood to flow through them. Manganese affects the activity of another hormone, called thyroxine. This hormone affects the thyroid gland's activity, responsible for controlling our body conditions such as weight and metabolism. An overactive thyroid gland causes high metabolic rates and sudden body weight loss. Curcumin prevents this.

 

Turmeric:

Turmeric has been used as a medicinal spice in the Indian Subcontinent in treating conditions such as high cholesterol and osteoarthritis for millennia. It has been in use for almost 5000 years by ancient civilizations in the Indian Subcontinent. Its main ingredient is curcumin, it is a known preventer of heart disease, and there are countless studies to prove it. Oxidative damage, caused by free radicals, are highly reactive molecules that are found when electrons react with substances such as fatty acids, proteins, and DNA. Curcumin halts the activity of such molecules by bonding with them due to their chemical structure.

Curcumin has shown some effect in treating depression. In a trial, 60 people with depression were separated into three groups randomly. One group took Prozac, another group took a small dose of curcumin, and the third group took both. After six weeks, curcumin had the exact result as Prozac. The group that consumed Prozac and Curcumin collectively was most effective. Due to its many positive effects, such as the potential to prevent heart disease, and cancer, curcumin may lead to a long life.

Willow bark extract:

Willow bark extract contains salicylic acid-like chemicals that exfoliate the skin and reduce acne and pores. It also acts as a natural form of aspirin and is used as its alternative to taking in history as a pain reliever over the spans of centuries. It is also used in bringing down fevers. Many people recommend willow bark instead of pharmaceutically manufactured aspirin, which is synthetic. When used on people with complaints about lower back pain, willow bark was more effective than a replacement in a recent herbal medicine trial. The chemicals in willow bark work the same way as aspirin, by reducing inflammation and pain as it enters your bloodstream.

Amla:

Amla or The Indian Gooseberry is one of many fruits that act as an antioxidant and gives your body the much-needed detox! It is an excellent food that aids digestion for many people. And prevents many fatal diseases such as heart disease and cancer. It is rich in Vitamin A, which significantly improves eye health, and delays, even completely prevents, visual impairment in adults older than 60. It is rich in Vitamin C. A 100g dose of amla berries contains about 300 mg of Vitamin C! That's twice the recommended amount for adults!

Milk thistle:

Milk thistle is mainly used to reduce cholesterol levels and improve liver function. It also prevents and improves liver diseases such as chronic Hepatitis C. Studies have shown that milk thistle caused a reduction in fasting blood glucose in diabetic patients. It also has traditionally been used to treat gallbladder disorders, promote breast milk production, prevent and treat cancer, and even protect the liver from snake bites, alcohol, and other environmental poisons.

 

Sources:

Vitamin B complex:

Vitamin B Complex: Health Benefits, WebMD https://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-b-complex

Vitamin C:

The Benefits of Vitamin, Kathleen M. Zelman, WebMd https://www.webmd.com/diet/features/the-benefits-of-vitamin-

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminC-HealthProfessional/

Magnesium:

Health Benefits of Magnesium, Medical News Today, January 6 2020 https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/286839

Miho Hatanaka, RDN, L.D.

Manganese:

Manganese: uses, side effects, dosage, overview, WebMd https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-182/manganese

Turmeric:

Efficacy and safety of curcumin in major depressive disorder: a randomized controlled trial

Jayesh Sanmukhani 1, Vimal Satodia, Jaladhi Trivedi, Tejas Patel, Deepak Tiwari, Bharat Panchal, Ajay Goel, Chandra Bhanu Tripathi, National Library of Medicine

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23832433/

https://www.everydayhealth.com/diet-nutrition/diet/scientific-health-benefits-turmeric-curcumin/

By Lauren Bedosky

Medically Reviewed by Kelly Kennedy, RD

Amla:

https://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-amla#:~:text=Amla%20berries%20are%20rich%20in%20antioxidants%2C%20which%20reduce%20the%20risk,Vitamin%20E

Reviewed by Michael W. Smith, MD

Milk thistle:

10 potential health benefits of milk thistle, Debra Rose Wilson, Medical News Today https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320362

https://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-b-complexcancer

Science backed benefits of milk thistle

Milk Thistle Studies 

Review of Milk Thistle Clinical Trials