Contains the active ingredient dihydromyricetin that has been shown to alleviate common discomforts of alcohol consumption , curb liver damage from alcohol  and increase enzymatic breakdown of acetaldehyde by 30%, thereby reducing acetaldehyde levels in both blood and saliva .
A natural herb that reduces the stomach-churning sensation from acetaldehyde buildup  and prevents cognitive impairment after drinking 
An amino acid with excellent antioxidant properties. It increases the liver recovery rate , speeds up recovery from intoxication  and prevents antioxidant depletion by acetaldehyde .
A potent antioxidant found in broccoli and rhubarb. It reverses the cellular dysfunction caused by acetaldehyde, protects the liver from damage  and stimulates the breakdown of acetaldehyde .
A spice that increases the availability and effect of DrinkAid ingredients by preventing their glucoronidation/breakdown in the small intestine .
Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that detoxifies acetaldehyde, but gets depleted in the process . S-acetyl glutathione is an improved version that boosts glutathione levels more effectively than taking glutathione itself .
We use Vitamins B1, B6 and C which work synergistically to protect against acetaldehyde toxicity.
NAC administered after alcohol may cause more liver damage and oxidative stress - [Source]
Korean Pear may increase acetaldehyde levels in individuals with the Asian flush gene, worsening their symptoms - [Source]
As an anti-histamine, Quercetin masks the side effects of alcohol without addressing the root cause (acetaldehyde), taking up unnecessary space in formulas that do contain it. Furthermore, it leads to unmonitored buildup of acetaldehyde which may cause even more oxidative stress on the body.
No evidence of support for acetaldehyde clearance. May also worsen the progression of certain liver conditions when taken with alcohol - [Source]