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Dihydromyricetin in the News

As more research is performed and more people try it for themselves, Dihydromyricetin will continue to recieve attention from the media both online and off. Below are the latest stories and articles to feature Dihydromyricetin:


Everything Science Knows About Hangovers - and How to Cure Them

The people who took the pill all reported feeling less intoxicated than they would ordinarily, he says. And they felt less hungover the next day.

5/20/2014 | Wired Magazine

Dihydromyricetin – An End To Alcohol Woes?

Although this isn’t a huge sample size, it’s definitely intriguing and seems to show some progress in terms of being an anti-alcohol and anti-hangover pill.

8/21/2013 | Smarter Nootropics

A Pill to Prevent Hangovers? Yes, Really.

Recently, a group from UCLA (Shen et al., J Neurosci, 2012) published a study showing that rats given dihydromyricetin were significantly less vulnerable to the inebriating effects of alcohol. These rats were able to consume massive quantities of alcohol without passing out. Not only that, they demonstrated fewer indications of being hung over afterwards.

10/15/2012 | Psychology Today

Miracle Hangover Cure Found in Chinese Meds.

"DHM will reduce the degree of drunkenness for the amount of alcohol drunk and will reduce the hangover symptoms,” said pharmacologist Jing Liang of the University of California, Los Angeles, who led the research team.

1/16/2012 | Global Times

Hangovers over? The Chinese compound that may stop hangovers, reduce alcoholism.

A compound from hovenia — an extract from the Chinese Raisin Tree — has been found to stop hangovers and reduce alcohol dependency in rodents, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Neuroscience.

1/13/2012 | The Star

The Buzz Behind the Sobriety Pill

UCLA Researcher Jing Liang talks about a new treatment that she contends not only causes instant sobriety, but can also cure a hangover.

1/13/2012 | NBC

A new drug may get you sober, neutralize a hangover, and break addiction to alcohol

The extracts have been used for 500 years to treat hangovers in China. Now dihydromyricetin (DHM), a component of the extract, has proved its worth as an intoxication blocker in a series of experiments.

1/11/2012 | ABC Action News

New drug may keep you sober no matter how much you’ve had to drink

"DHM will reduce the degree of drunkenness for the amount of alcohol drunk and will definitely reduce the hangover symptoms," said Jing Liang, lead researcher in the study.

1/10/2012 | Mother Nature Network

Chinese Herbal Medicine May Provide Novel Treatment for Alcohol Abuse

UCLA researchers have identified how a component of an ancient Chinese herbal anti-hangover medicine called dihydromyricetin, isolated from the plant Hovenia, counteracts acute alcohol intoxication and withdrawal symptoms.

1/5/2012 | UCLA Newsroom

See Why Dihydromyricetin is Making Headlines

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