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  • Soft Landings Post Party Recovery Drink
  • Soft Landings Post Party Recovery Drink

Soft Landings Post Party Recovery Drink

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Soft Landings is your secret weapon for navigating the highs (and lows) of the party life. Our scientifically-formulated and dance-floor tested blend of neurotransmitter precursors, vitamins, minerals and amino acids work synergistically to support your mind and body, so you can wake up feeling refreshed, clear-headed, and ready to take on the world.

 

We know this sounds too good to be true, so if you don’t feel a satisfying difference after trying it, we will happily give you a 100% refund within 30 days of purchase. It really works.

 

Drink one sachet mixed with 200ml water before bed and/or when you wake up. Many users notice a difference within just 30mins of taking it in the morning after a big session.

 

See below for full ingredients list and the science behind them 👇

How Many Packs?

Going to a festival?

You'll thank yourself when you wake up in your tent feeling refreshed instead of anxious.

Difficulty sleeping after a party?

Soft Landings has ingredients to support healthy sleep and replenishment of neurotransmitters spent during a session.

One supplement

Replace a bag full of supplement bottles with one tasty drink. No Capsules to swallow or bulk to carry.

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Ingredients

5-HTP (150mg) is a precursor to serotonin, a neurotransmitter that plays a crucial role in regulating mood, sleep, and appetite. Partying with Molly and her friends can lead to a depletion of serotonin, resulting in the characteristic "comedown" or "crash" that many users experience. Supplementing with 5-HTP after partying may help replenish serotonin levels and alleviate some of the negative aftereffects.

 

CDP-choline (150mg) may help protect against neurotoxicity caused by partying with Molly and other stimulants. It can reduce the decrease in dopamine secretion and help maintain the health of dopamine neurons when exposed to this.

CDP-choline is also involved in the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter closely related to memory, focus, and overall cognitive function. It may help alleviate some side-effects such as difficulty concentrating.

By supporting dopamine function and acetylcholine production, CDP-choline may help regulate mood and reduce the likelihood of experiencing low mood.

 

NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) (250mg) is a powerful antioxidant that supports the body's natural defenses against oxidative stress and damage caused by alcohol and recreational drug use. It helps replenish glutathione, the body's master antioxidant, which is crucial for neutralizing harmful toxins and byproducts.

NAC may protect the liver from damage caused by alcohol consumption and other substances metabolized by the liver, such as most party treats. By promoting liver health, NAC can help the body process and eliminate these substances more efficiently.

Research suggests that NAC may be beneficial in reducing cravings and supporting recovery from various substances, including alcohol and various recreational drugs. It may work by modulating neurotransmission in the brain, particularly glutamate and dopamine.

 

L-tyrosine (250mg) is a precursor to dopamine and norepinephrine, two important neurotransmitters involved in mood, motivation, and cognitive function.

During partying, the use of stimulants can lead to a depletion of these neurotransmitters, contributing to the negative aftereffects such as low mood, decreased motivation, and cognitive difficulties.

Research has shown that L-tyrosine can help improve cognitive performance, particularly in situations of stress or sleep deprivation, which are common in the context of partying.

By supporting the restoration of dopamine and norepinephrine, L-tyrosine may also help regulate mood and motivation, reducing feelings of apathy or low mood that can occur during a comedown.

 

Magnesium (231mg) is an essential mineral that plays a crucial role in many physiological processes, including muscle and nerve function, energy production, and the regulation of neurotransmitters.

In the context of partying and substance use, magnesium can offer several potential benefits. It may help reduce muscle tension, cramping, and jaw clenching, which are common side effects of stimulants.

Magnesium also supports the production of GABA, a neurotransmitter that promotes relaxation and can help counteract the overstimulation and anxiety that may occur during a comedown.

Additionally, magnesium is involved in the regulation of sleep. It can help promote more restful sleep and improve sleep quality, which is often disrupted by partying and can exacerbate negative aftereffects like fatigue and mood disturbances.

 

Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) (170mg) can help protect against neurotoxicity and damage caused by recreational drugs. ALCAR has been shown to reduce the decrease in dopamine secretion and help maintain the health of dopamine neurons when exposed to these substances.

ALCAR also supports the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter involved in memory, focus, and overall cognitive function. Supplementing with ALCAR may help alleviate some of the cognitive impairments, such as difficulty concentrating or memory issues, that can occur during comedowns.

In addition, ALCAR has been studied for its potential to improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression. It may help regulate mood and emotional well-being, which can be particularly beneficial during the post-party recovery period.

ALCAR has been shown to support liver function and protect against liver damage caused by various toxins, including alcohol and certain drugs.

 

B-complex vitamins, including B1 (thiamine, 2.75 mg), B2 (riboflavin, 3.5 mg), B3 (niacin, 40 mg), B5 (pantothenic acid, 15 mg), B6 (pyridoxine, 3.5 mg), B7 (biotin. 125 mcg), B9 (folate, 300 mcg), and B12 (cobalamin, 62 mcg), play essential roles in various bodily functions, including energy production, neurotransmitter synthesis, and the maintenance of healthy brain and nervous system function.

In the context of partying and substance use, B-vitamins can offer several potential benefits. They support the production and regulation of neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, and GABA, which are often depleted by partying. Supplementing with B-vitamins may help replenish these neurotransmitters and alleviate some of the negative psychological effects, such as low mood, anxiety, and cognitive impairments, that can occur during comedowns.

B-vitamins are also crucial for energy metabolism, helping to convert the food we eat into usable energy for the body and brain. Partying can put a strain on these metabolic processes, leading to fatigue and burnout. Adequate B-vitamin intake may help support energy levels and combat feelings of exhaustion during the recovery period.

In addition, B-vitamins like B6, B9, and B12 are involved in the methylation cycle, which is important for detoxification, DNA synthesis, and the regulation of homocysteine levels. Partying can disrupt this cycle and lead to an accumulation of homocysteine, which has been linked to an increased risk of neurological and cardiovascular problems. Supporting the methylation cycle with B-vitamins may help mitigate these risks and promote overall health.

Furthermore, B-vitamins have been studied for their potential neuroprotective and mood-regulating effects. For example, thiamine (B1) has been shown to protect against alcohol-induced brain damage, while folate (B9) and cobalamin (B12) are essential for maintaining healthy brain function and preventing cognitive decline. Niacin (B3) has been investigated for its potential to help reduce anxiety and improve sleep quality, which may be particularly beneficial during the post-party recovery period.