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July 23, 2018


Posted in Press

FSHN - One Thing We Need in the Morning “Clear Head”

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Given the social time of the summer is here and countless BBQ is happening almost every day, one thing we need in the morning- “clear head”.

FSHN, July 2018

March 01, 2018


Posted in Press

Texas Lifestyle Magazine - When Texans go to the mountains...

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"When Texans go to the mountains, adjusting to the altitude can be hard on the body.  Simply enjoy two of these mixed berry flavor chewables after dinner (and drinks) and you'll feel ready to ski in the morning.  Zaca's Japanese raisin tree extract helps with hangovers, exercise recovery as well as altitude sickness."

- Texas Lifestyle Magazine, Spring/Summer 2018 Travel Issue (See the ski gear spread, p. 32-33 in issue)



January 31, 2018


Posted in Press

Experience Life Magazine - Chewables for those mornings when you wake up feeling foggy

"For those mornings when you wake up feeling foggy, Zaca recovery chewables offer a combination of herbs and antioxidants to support your detox and immunity."

- Experience Life Magazine, January/February Issue

January 05, 2018


Posted in

What Are The Top 10 New Year's Resolutions?


Stay fit and healthy 37%
Lose weight 32%
Enjoy life to the fullest 28%
Spend less, save more 25%
Spend more time with family and friends 19%
Get organized 18%
Will not make any resolutions 16%
Learn something new/new hobby 14%
Travel more 14%
Read more 12%
Source: Nielsen


Over 50% of people make fitness and health resolutions.  If you're one of them too, we recommend trying the Zaca Chewables along with your workouts for improved results and recovery. 



December 18, 2017


Posted in hangover, hovenia dulcis, japanese raisin

Is Japanese Raisin Tree The Cure For Hangovers?

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By Kara Beussink

In 2012, a study was done on rats. Drunk rats, to be exact. Researchers injected the little critters with enough alcohol to make them sufficiently rat-toxicated (see what we did there?!), followed by injections of isolated dihydromyricetin (DHM), a flavonoid found in hovenia dulcis (AKA the Japanese raisin tree). Researchers took notes on not only blood alcohol levels, but reactions in mazes and time taken to flip over from their backs. They compared control rats (those who didn’t receive DHM) with rats injected with the supposed hangover helper.

Within minutes, the rats with DHM started showing fewer signs of intoxication and hangover and were finally able to flip back over…while the control rats were still hiding in corners, being anti-social, and acting defensive. Poor little guys. 

Generally found in East Asia, the Japanese raisin tree is a fruit tree. However, the stalk is where the magic happens – as the fruit grows, the stalk thickens and develops a sweet raisin taste. People in China, Japan and Korea have been consuming it for over 1,000 years as an herbal medicine to alleviate hangovers. (It’s a key ingredient in Zaca Recovery Chewables!)

Another study done in 2017 reinforces the findings done in the 2012 study. This time, researchers studied the specific effects of Japanese raisin tree extract as a whole on hangovers. They found that ingestion can, in fact, help the body metabolize alcohol more efficiently and protect liver function.

It goes without saying (but we’ll say it anyway): We don’t encourage heavy drinking or using Japanese raisin tree extracts as an excuse to drink more...but it’s a great option for those nights when that responsible little voice in your head decides to take a vacation!

Want more details? Check out our other posts on the Japanese raisin tree!

Why Asia Has Secretly Cherished This Raisin For 1,000 Years

Why The Orient Has Been Using Japanese Raisin Tree With Alcohol for A Millennium


November 08, 2017


Posted in Hangovers

Everything You've Been Told About The Cause of Hangovers Is Wrong

Have you ever had the advice of "take some electrolytes" ?  Well it turns out based on science, it's not that simple!

Wired magazine debunks some common "hangover cures" based on research done by Alcohol Hangover Research Group (AHRG), complied of the world’s hangover researchers.

Here's a few things they found:

  1. Electrolyte levels of hydrated people with hangovers didn't differ much from baseline controls.

  2. Acetaldehyde (toxins) levels are low when hangovers symptoms are the worst.

  3. Glucose and fructose (sugar) doesn't help in the morning, in fact, one study shows high sugar levels can worsen the hangover.

  4. Bourbon drinkers reported significantly worse hangovers than vodka drinkers.

  5. A Korean team noticed that elevated levels of cytokines are associated with hangovers, essentially an inflammatory response from the body.

  6. GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid), a neural mechanism in the brain, is thought to be associated with both drunkenness and hangovers because of its sensitiveness to ethanol.

  7. Hovenia and Prickly Pear are reported to reliably help the symptoms of a hangover.

Read the full Wire Magazine story here, Everything Science Knows About Hangovers—And How to Cure Them.


November 07, 2017


Posted in News

Top 6 Tips To Using Zaca Chewables

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A couple tips to maximizing Zaca recovery chewables next time you use them! 

  1. Place them on your pillow before your night out.
    That way you won't forget to take them before bed!  Some even prefer taking all 4 tablets at that time.

  2. Drink 12 oz. of water after eating them.
    Not required, but it will maximize results by enhancing ingredients and hydration.

  3. Mix Zaca in your smoothie for the ultimate recovery the next morning!
    Try our coconut berry-banana smoothie recipe.

  4. Take at least 4-6 tablets for extreme situations!
    For high altitude exposure, extreme exercise (marathons) and long nights out it's best to take at least 4 tablets.  You could safely take 6 packs in a day (if you wanted!).

  5. Keep out of high heat.
    The packaging advises storage at 59-86°F so the chewables don't get hard.

  6. Store a couple packs in things such as your purse or wallet.
    You'll thank yourself to have Zaca in last minute situations when you need it the most!