The Hangover Heaven Bus
April 11, 2012 Leave a Comment
Whether you spent the day after a great night out in bed with a brutal headache, or with your head in the toilet bowl, we all can agree that a hangover is one of the worst feelings ever.
In Las Vegas, thousands of people suffer from hangovers every day. With all that is available to vacationers in Las Vegas, you really can’t blame them.
Now, you don’t have to worry about suffering from a hangover in the morning because Vegas has the cure for your post-partying illness.
It is a bus called Hangover Heaven, and it was started by board-certified anesthesiologist, Dr. Jason Burke who specializes mainly in the treatment of alcohol induced hangovers. Although he specializes in only alcohol induced hangovers, the bus has solutions for other problems too, so it doesn’t really matter what crazy things you got your self into the night before.
The Hangover Heaven is a blue bus with pickup points at major Las Vegas hotels. With a front lounge, a mid-section with bunks, a rear lounge, bathroom and relaxing interiors, the bus promises an amazingly smooth ride that will put an end to your hangover in 45 minutes.
The bus runs between 8 AM and 3 PM every day. There are two packages you can choose from including one called Redemption (150$) – including intravenous hydration, or Salvation (200$) – including intravenous hydration, anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory medications that have been proven to cure hangover effects, and vitamin supplementation. If you do not feel like you can board the bus for that long, they offer an in-room service as well which costs more money.
If it sounds expensive, it’s because all the drugs Burke uses are FDA approved, and there are fully trained medical staff and medical services on the bus. “It’s not an inexpensive service to provide, especially to do it well,” burke said.
Which ever package you choose, an IV is part of the procedure. So if you don’t like needles, this isn’t for you.
The Hangover Heaven website does warn people that drinking too much may lead to death. They specifically state:
“Drink in moderation. Alcohol overdose can kill you,” it warns. “Our buses can work magic, but they cannot bring you back from the dead.”
Check out a review of the services the bus has to offer:
Sources: CBS news