A hangover cure is being taken to the curbside in Las Vegas. Dr. Jason Burke, a board-certified anesthesiologist who graduated from Duke University started Hangover Heaven. Which is a curbside service to treat people with hangovers by re-hydrating them with IVs and giving them anti-nausea medicine.
Hangover Heaven can treat your hangover in 45 minutes and all the medications and equipment on board the bus is FDA Approved, according to HangoverHeaven.com.
On the website it states, “I feel that Hangovers are a major problem in this country. People in the USA are stressed and need a way to reduce their stress and have fun. People come to Las Vegas to blow off some steam, relieve stress, and have a good time. Should we have to lose an entire day of our vacation because the bartender over-served us the night before? I say NO. I have had quite a few bad hangovers in my lifetime and I decided I wasn’t going to take it lying down with a pounding headache anymore. With my treatment protocol, I can take you from a semi-conscious, porcelain-hugging, hit-by-a-truck hangover to feeling like you’re ready to take on the world in less than 45 minutes. I think this is a major development in medicine and solves a significant problem for people that like to party and have a good time, especially here in Las Vegas.”
So where can you find a Hangover Heaven bus? What better place to start a company where it’s known for hangovers the most, Las Vegas, Nevada. The designated pickup areas are at the Hard Rock Hotel, Paris, Bellagio and The Cosmopolitan.
There are three different package options for you to chose from. Salvation has a launch price of $150 and it’s claimed to be the most effective service. It includes, intravenous hydration, anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory medications, as well as vitamin supplementation which help to clear your body of the toxins from alcohol.
Next is the Redemption package. Right now there is an introductory price of $90 and it includes, intravenous hydration which helps flush the toxins from your system. It’s also used to improve your skin from the dry desert air.
Then there is a In-Room Treatment package for those who want privacy or merely can’t get out of bed because they are so hungover. With this package, they will come to your room on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays between 8am-4pm for a VIP treatment. The cost for this in-room treatment is $500 and $375 for additional people. In-room treatment includes an actual doctor coming to your room and administering two bags of IV fluids, IV anti-nausea medicine, IV anti-inflammatory medicine, and IV vitamins.
Their website does have a disclaimer that reads, “Drink in moderation. Alcohol overdose can kill you and Hangover Heaven cannot reverse death. Do not drink more than you should because you think Hangover Heaven can bring you back to life. It cannot. Our buses can work magic, but they cannot bring you back from the dead.”