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You Can Buy A 'Wine Wand' That Claims To Ease Hangovers

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You Can Buy A 'Wine Wand' That Claims To Ease Hangovers

A 'wine wand' which claims to help ease hangovers is being sold online, with reviews from happy customers saying they had 'no headache' after a night on the booze.

The nifty product comes from PureWine and is being sold on Amazon, where a box of three wands costs just £11.99 - making each one less than four quid a pop.

According to the product description, the wand removes histamines and sulfites by filtering them out, in turn promising 'no more wine headaches'.

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Credit: Amazon/PureWine
Credit: Amazon/PureWine

It says: "Only PureWine alleviates ALL of the most common side effects from drinking wine: headaches, congestion, skin flush, hangovers and upset stomach.

"The wand works on ALL red, white and sparkling wines WITHOUT changing the natural taste, aromas or colour of the wine."

PureWine explains on its website how people may have an intolerance to the histamines and sulfites that you sometimes find in wine.

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Credit: PureWine
Credit: PureWine

"Wine allergy (intolerance) is typically caused by our body's reactions to histamines and sulfites that occur naturally in all types of wine," the company says.

"The amounts of these components can vary dramatically between different types of wine, hence the wide range of symptoms that consumers can experience depending on the type of wine they are consuming."

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A total of 63 percent of the customer reviews have given the product a full five-star rating, with one saying: "This product works!

"No headache/migraine after drinking wine! I can finally enjoy a glass of wine with a meal.

"Only drawback is the price; too expensive to use often and one wine wand only gets rid of 'nasties' from 60 fluid oz of wine which isn't that much! But definitely worth it for special occasions."

Credit: Amazon/PureWine
Credit: Amazon/PureWine
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Another person said: "Did exactly what it said on the box and I used because I have an intolerance to sulphite and lactose and I didn't have any reaction, so far so good.

"The wine tasted better after use."

However, not everyone was quite as convinced, with a number of one and two-star reviews claiming the want 'did not work'.

One person wrote: "As someone with histamine problems (mast cell) this didn't work at all.

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"I was so excited to try it that I was prepared to pay £20 at the idea of being able to have wine again. Doesn't work, money down the drain with the wine."

Worth a go though, eh?

Featured Image Credit: Amazon/PureWine

Topics: Wine, News, Alcohol, Hangover

Jess Hardiman
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