FAQ, frequently asked questions

Why is KG-2 so effective?
KG-2 is a patented product and has as main ingredient asparagine, which is a special amino acid that has a positive effect on the functioning of the brain and on one's emotional condition. Next to that it purifies the body from poisonous waste products and so plays an important part in the breakdown of alcohol in the blood. This relieves the liver and the hangover will not cause you so much trouble. An added bonus is that you will feel less tired.

KG-2 as an alcohol demolisher.
The operation of the active substances of KG-2 is purely chemical: they break down an alcohol molecule by means of enzymes. The enzymatic alcohol breakdown takes place in an enzyme cycle. Apart from the normal breakdown of alcohol in the body, KG-2 can therefore speed up the breakdown. KG-2 is demonstrably effective in speeding up this breakdown cycle.

The body itself has substances in store comparable to asparagine and also some asparagine itself, but when all of a sudden too much alcohol needs to be broken down, a supplement comes in very handy and this helps in speeding up the breakdown.

For men.

Tabel 1: Blood alcohol level (%0) per number of glasses of beer per hour, for men with a body weight of 60 and 80 kgs respectively.
Number of glasses blood alcohol level after 2 hours blood alcohol level after 3 hours blood alcohol level after 4 hours blood alcohol level after 12 hours
 
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
60kg 80kg
0,5 0,3
0,5 0,3
0,7 0,5
1,0 0,7
1,2 0,8
1,4 1,0
1,7 1,2
1,9 1,4
2,2 1,6
60kg 80kg
0,4 0,2
0,3 0,2
0,6 0,3
0,8 0,5
1,0 0,7
1,3 0,9
1,5 1,1
1,8 1,2
2,0 1,6
60kg 80kg
0,2 0
0,2 0
0,4 0,2
0,7 0,4
0,9 0,5
1,1 0,7
1,4 0,9
1,6 1,1
1,9 1,3
60kg 80kg
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0,4 0
0,7 0
*source: Institute for Traffic Safety


For women:

Table 1: Blood alcohol level (%0) per number of glasses of beer per hour, for women with a body weight of 60 and 80 kgs respectively. number of glasses:
Number of glasses blood alcohol level after 2 hours blood alcohol level after 3 hours blood alcohol level after 4 hours blood alcohol level after 12 hours
 
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
55kg 70kg
0,5 0,3
0,9 0,6
1,2 0,9
1,6 1,2
2,0 1,5
2,3 1,8
2,7 1,8
3,0 2,3
3,4 2,6
55kg 70kg
0,4 0,2
0,7 0,5
1,1 0,8
1,4 1,1
1,8 1,3
2,2 1,6
2,5 1,9
2,9 2,2
3,3 2,5
55kg 70kg
0,2 0
0,6 0,3
0,9 0,6
1,3 0,9
1,7 1,2
2,0 1,5
2,4 2,0
2,7 2,0
3,1 2,3
55kg 70kg
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0,5 0,3
0,8 0,6
1,2 0,8
1,5 1,1
1,9 1,6
*bron: Instituut voor Verkeersveiligheid
*bron: Instituut voor Verkeersveiligheid The effects of blood alcohol levels (quotation)
The speed of drinking, stomach content, body weight and your sex all influence the blood alcohol level. The effects of raising the blood alcohol levels may be: 1 - 3 glasses: merry - loss of inhibition - relaxed
Your pulse rate and breathing quicken. Your blood vessels close to the skin widen giving you a pleasant, warm feeling. Your taste, smell and sight slightly diminish and also the sense of pain lessens. Your appetite grows and you have to go to the toilet more often.

3- 7 glasses: a little more than merry - tipsy - one over the eight

Your mood and behaviour clearly change, you overestimate yourself. The numbing effect on your natural inhibitions becomes clearly noticeable. This gives you the idea that alcohol is a stimulant, whereas in reality your are drugged. Your memory grows weaker. You have difficulty in judging situations and your reactive power diminishes.

7-15 glasses: tight, dead drunk
All previously mentioned bodily effects become stronger. You behave in an exaggerated, emotional way and your self-criticism disappears. Moreover your face becomes red and swollen, your pupils dilate. Also you tend to feel sick and vomit.

15-20 glasses: sloshed
Your senses go numb. You are confused, absent-minded. What you see and hear, scarcely registers.

20-25 glasses: knock-out
Your breathing and pulse rate slow down so much that you may become comatose; your breathing stops or you will get heart failure.

(source: www. Alcoholvoorlichting.nl)
What is a hangover?
Everyone is familiar with it: headache, a feeling of sickness, raging thirst, diarrhoea, etc. These are mainly caused by dehydration of the body (alcohol stimulates fluid discharge in the kidneys), by the toxic waste products of alcohol and by a disturbance of the mineral balance. Certain additives in the drink (such as sulphite in wine) may make the headache more severe.

How much alcohol somebody can take without having to suffer from a hangover the next morning differs from person to person. A hangover will more readily occur when much alcohol is used in a smoky, badly ventilated room and when one is tired.

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