Looking for the Hovenia Dulcis extract supplement?
Hovenia dulcis (Japanese Raisin Tree, Honey Tree) comes from the Rhamnaceae family of trees  and grows up to 10 metres tall, sometimes (rarely) a shrub.
What really makes the tree special is not the beautiful cream-coloured hermaphroditic flowers that it bears in small clusters, but the fruits! Hovenia Dulcis fruits are red/brown drupes, about 7 mm across, containing 2 to 4 seeds. The fruit is sweet, fragrant and is edible raw or cooked. Dried out, the fruits look and taste exactly like raisins (the kind you get in hot cross buns).
These hovenia dulcis raisins contain a flavanonol called Ampelopsin (otherwise known as dihydromyricetin, the key ingredient in Sobur) that is credited with having hepatoprotective effects and is commonly known as an alcohol antagonist (or a ‘hangover cure‘) and as a treatment for alcoholism.
The most common question that people ask about Sobur is ‘what makes it work so well’ (seriously, try some and I’m pretty sure you will be asking the same question). Well the answer is simple, it’s the Ampelopsin (Dihydromyricetin) extracted from the Hovenia Dulcis tree.
There are other key ingredients in Sobur that help replenish your body of the vital nutrients often lost while consuming alcohol (alcohol is a diuretic, meaning it makes you go to the toilet more) but the Ampelopsin extract is whats doing the hard work – read more about it on our page about Dihydromyricetin.
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