Well, now we've seen everything. Meet Hangover Heaven: A bus service offering hydrating, vitamin-enriched IVs that will apparently take you from "I feel like death" to "Let's do some shots!" in a scant 45 minutes. Where can you find this rolling cure-all? Las Vegas, of course.

Assuming you make it back to your hotel after a long night of partying hard on the Vegas strip, the Hangover Heaven bus will gladly pick you up from a number of big name casino/hotels, including the Hard Rock, Paris, Bellagio and Cosmopolitan. Too floored to make the trek down the elevator? Hangover Heaven will send someone up to your room, IV in hand, with services starting at $150. That's certainly more expensive than the usual Vitamin Water and Extra Strength Tylenol regimen, but if it'll take you from zero to hero in under an hour, hardcore party animals could certainly make a case for the added cost.

According to Hangover Heaven, all of the medication and equipment is FDA-approved. Of course, drinking in moderation is always recommended, with the company stating, "Our buses can work magic, but they cannot bring you back from the dead." Scroll down for a high-production-value video testimonial.



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      The Mysterious
      • 2 Years Ago
      I had to login with the greatest urgency to combat a statement of misinformation. "That's certainly more expensive than the usual Vitamin Water and Extra Strength Tylenol regimen" I am a 4th year pharmacy school student and there is something very wrong with this statement. For starters, using Tylenol (aka acetaminophen) while drinking or hungover is NOT SAFE. I won't get into specifics but this can lead to fatal liver damage. There are thousands of cases every year of people making this mistake and they learn the consequences of this several hours later with severe liver cirrhosis and consequently death. You never mix alcohol consumption and Tylenol. Never. If you have issues with alcohol toxicity and any type of pain then use Advil (aka ibuprofen). A regimen consisting of Advil and some electrolyte drink won't kill you. This has been a Public Service Announcement. Thank You
        SatinSheetMetal
        • 2 Years Ago
        @The Mysterious
        Not only is AB posting articles in no way related to cars, they are also trying to kill their faithful now.
        veritas_lux
        • 2 Years Ago
        @The Mysterious
        Agreed. I was in shock when reading this statement too. Thank you @The Mysterious for quickly pointing out this egregious fallacy. Simply put: alcohol + Tylenol (acetaminophen or paracetamol) = liver transplant.
        ryanandrewmartin
        • 2 Years Ago
        @The Mysterious
        Doesn't it even warn against mixing the two on the bottle? Yet people still do it.
        Jeff Tripp
        • 2 Years Ago
        @The Mysterious
        I learned that years ago, yet I'm always surprised how many people (drinkers) don't know. I was shocked when I read that line too.
      f3rancis
      • 2 Years Ago
      tylenol + alcohol is a very bad idea. it will make your liver die faster
      AJ
      • 2 Years Ago
      So You get wasted then do this IV thing and get wasted again?
      Davey Hiltz
      • 1 Month Ago

      I've got to be honest, I don't think that wouldn't be too healthy for you. But if you're out drinking I don't think that would be a consideration. Personally, if it would cost $150 to take you out of a hangover, I would just go home. I suppose it's all a personal choice.

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      2 Wheeled Menace
      • 2 Years Ago
      Let me get this straight.. You can drink till you're basically debilitated and the next day is ruined, and there's also a FDA-approved intraveneous injection to cure the after effects so that you can drink more / avoid the consequence.. But marijuana is an illegal drug... What a strange society we live in.
        SatinSheetMetal
        • 2 Years Ago
        @2 Wheeled Menace
        If you smoked a ton a weed you might eat all the food you had in the house then you might starve the next day, if you don't have the intelligence to get more food.
      Andrew
      • 2 Years Ago
      The degeneration of society. Rome all over again.
      Making11s
      • 2 Years Ago
      Is this targeted specifically at guys who drink too much and go home alone? "Let's try another take guys. You're still not not douchey enough. ACTION!"
      Generic
      • 2 Years Ago
      I got a sure no hangover cure. It;s called stop after two drinks. Works for me anyway.
        Car Guy
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Generic
        Better yet, no alcoholic drinks. That's what I do and I have a zero percent chance of a hangover or DUI. I like my odds even better.
        SatinSheetMetal
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Generic
        Sounds like the military.
        ryanandrewmartin
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Generic
        2-3 drinks and I've usually got a decent buzz. Good place to stop. Everyone knows that after two or three, ***** starts getting bad anyway yet people continue to go on drinking until they're close to death or they black out. ***** crazy.
      cashsixeight
      • 2 Years Ago
      Can someone tell me what's in the IV so I can make my own cure sacks?
      Basil Exposition
      • 2 Years Ago
      There are definitely times when I would be happy to fork over $150 to make a hangover disappear. We need one of these busses in New Orleans.
      Mr. Meaner
      • 2 Years Ago
      IVs are heaven after a hard night of boozing. Used to go get one when I was in the Army from the medics. You go from wanting to die to wanting to run a marathon -- fantastic.
      Christopher Veda
      • 2 Years Ago
      A banana and Gatorade works.
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