Planning a trip to Las Vegas soon where you'll surely create your own version ofThe Hangover
? Or have a nasty track record of hitting it hard the first night of vacation only to ruin subsequent days where even the smell of booze trips your gag reflex? (Rookie.)
As our sister pub OCWeekly recently reported, should you find yourself in that predicament, you can now wave down the Hangover Heaven bus. Founded and developed by Dr. Jason Burke, an anesthesiologist with over ten years of OR and ICU experience, this method for relieving hangovers is "based on his own research and real-life experience treating patients during and after surgery."
Those in need can call Hangover Heaven to coordinate a pick-up point, where you'll then spend 45 minutes on the luxury bus and receive an IV treatment with anti-nausea medication, IV fluids, Zantac and B-vitamins. Anti-oxidants are given orally, but everything is over-the counter and they emphasize on their site that they do not, in fact, pass out Vicodin, Valium or any controlled substance.
The basic package cost $90 and a premium package is available for $150. If the idea of riding on a bus seems too painful, in-room treatment is available for $500 for the first person and $375 for each additional person.
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