Las Vegas company offers mobile hangover cure
Hangover Heaven says its IV treatment can cure hangovers in 45 minutes
Las Vegas may be known for its big shows, bright lights and massive hangovers, but a new company says you no longer have to fear the "day after" thanks to its revolutionary new treatment that comes to you.
On its website, Hangover Heaven said it can cure a hangover in less than 45 minutes by placing a small pediatric IV in a customer's arm and administering a medication treatment to "help continue the party or help someone just get back to their normal self."
The company said all medications and equipment are approved by the Food and Drug Administration and the process is overseen by Hangover Heaven's founder, Dr. Jason Burke, a board-certified anesthesiologist who graduated from Duke University.
"People come to Las Vegas to blow off some steam, relieve stress and have a good time. Should we lose an entire day of our vacation because the bartender over-served us the night before?" Burke said on the website. "I say NO."
Hangover Heaven said customers in need of treatment can either call for in-room treatments at $500 for the first person and $375 for each additional person, or climb aboard one of its fleet of tour buses -- with stops at most major strip casinos -- for packages that start at $90.
According the company, customers can remain anonymous if they pay with cash, but an accurate medical history must be provided to prevent complications with certain rare medical conditions.
Hangover Heaven said its operations kick off on April 14, and it stands ready to begin treating "Sin City" locals and visitors.
However, the company said that despite its solution for hangovers, it stresses that patient safety is its primary goal and that drinking should be done in moderation. As its website's disclaimer reads, "Our buses can work magic, but they cannot bring you back from the dead."
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