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Alcosynth may replace Traditional Alcohol with Side Effects

by Rishika Gupta on December 18, 2017 at 3:03 PM
Alcosynth may replace Traditional Alcohol with Side Effects

A synthetic alcohol product called alcosynth may replace real alcohol drinks within next 10 or 20 years, believe the top scientists.

You can enjoy your favorite wine, cocktail or beer now as they believe alcosynth will become a preferred drink as it may not have real alcohol side effects such as hangover, etc.


"Man-made liquor may have the same positive intoxicating effect on us, but won't harm our health," said the professor David Nutt, a former government drugs adviser of Imperial College London. He also believes that cigarettes and tobacco will also be replaced by e-cigarettes.

Western countries may prefer alcosynth as an alcohol derivative as it can give all the pleasure of alcohol such as light headed-ness without damaging to the body.

Alcarelle and its owner professor Nutt are bidding for 12 million dollar investment to bring synthetic alcohol into Britain, US, EU and Canadian markets.

Source: Medindia
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