Occasions like Cinco de Mayo are all well and good, but sometimes the toll they take on the next day's productivity just isn't worth it. And while there's no such thing as a "cure" for hangovers, there is now something you can do to minimize the side effects.

Get a hold of Flyby and you'll be surprised at the results. More than a year in the making, company founder Eddie Huai developed the formula of vitamins and detoxifying compounds after discovering something similar on a hard-drinking trip to Japan.

The premise is this: your liver can only process one drink per hour. So when you drink more alcohol than it can break down, alcohol-induced toxins build up and put more stress on your body. Flyby supports and aids your body's normal metabolism after drinking and replaces lost vitamins so you wake up feeling refreshed.

While the exact recipe is secret, feel safe in the knowledge that Flyby is gluten and allergen free, non-GMO and vegan-friendly with no artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners. It's also made right here in the U.S.A. in FDA approved facilities. What we can tell you about are some of the key ingredients: 

Prickly pear, which supports the body's metabolic response and is packed with naturally occurring tocopherols; taurine synergistically blended with B to support mental clarity and focus; dihydromyricetin, extracted from the oriental raisin tree, which supports your liver’s natural detoxification processes; and milk thistle, which supports healthy liver function and increases the activity of your antioxidant enzyme.

It also has 133% DV of vitamin C for an added health boost. You just take three capsules with water right before you go out and then take another three capsules right before going to bed, then wake up feeling top-notch no matter how hard you hit it the night before. (Just remember it won't stop you from getting intoxicated).

How confident is Huai that this stuff works? Flyby offers a full refund, including shipping costs, if you don't wake up feeling better. So you really can't afford not to try it....