N-acetylcysteine is a derivative of L-Cysteine which is a naturally occurring amino acid. NAC is an antioxidant commonly available in health stores and pharmacies without a prescription but has during the last few years received significant attention due to its hangover relief and prevention properties.

N-acetylcysteine and alcohol metabolism are intricately connected. The supplement NAC increases the production of glutathione in the body. Glutathione is needed to break down acetaldehyde, a toxic substance that is produced when ethanol (alcohol) is broken down by the liver. Acetaldehyde is responsible for liver damage and many of the worst symptoms following alcohol consumption.


Researchers have found that L-theanine reduces the harmful impact of alcohol in the liver where alcohol is converted to the extremely toxic chemical referred to as acetaldehyde. L-theanine helps to boost the digestion of acetaldehyde and to block the harmful free radicals. It will increase the ranges of glutathione which is normally depleted by means of the consumption of alcohol and restore the detoxifying ability of the liver.

So from this we can say that l-theanine helps the liver digesting alcohol, thus preventing a lot of stress on the liver.


These ingredients make up our essential electrolyte replenishing blend. Alcohol dehydrates the body at a rapid rate. Alcohol blocks the production of a hormone that helps your body hold on to water, leading to dehydration and the loss of electrolytes like potassium and sodium.

Dehydration causes a number of nasty side effects such as headaches, diarrhea, nausea and lack of energy.

YES SUGAR IS ESSENTIAL for an effective electrolyte replenishing drink! Although too much sugar can be bad for your health, sometimes (and especially if dehydrated) sugar becomes essential to replenish electrolytes in the body. That is why well known sports drinks all include sugar, yes even the light ones!

Each sachet contains a mere 2 grams of sugar – were sorry but you will thank us later!


Vitamin C is included in 2moro2nite to keep you healthy and to boost your immune system. Ever woken up with the flu after a long night or long weekend? Yep…

Not only does excessive alcohol consumption break down your immune system and make you susceptible to colds and flu, you are also more likely to catch something from someone else in a crowded social setting (flu or a cold we mean). So, we included Vitamin C to give you that extra bit of support when going out in the cold or in a group of people.


Frequent drinking contributes to B vitamin-deficiency, leading to a series of memory and mood disorders. More specifically, drinking alcohol depletes the body of B vitamins, which play key roles in hundreds of metabolic pathways.

B vitamins are especially important in the healing of the brain during a hangover. If your body is lacking on B vitamins, it is going to take longer for the brain to heal. Supplementing easy-to-absorb B vitamin complex may help both regular and irregular drinkers sustain healthy B vitamin levels to protect against circulatory issues and brain chemical deficiencies.