If you could have any superpower, what would it be? For me, it would be the power to drink as much wine as my body will allow and NOT be hungover the next morning. I mean, think about how amazing it would be to be able to kill that bottle of Cabernet and not have to worry about those Sunday morning headaches.

Unlike the power of invisibility, this super power is very possible. Thanks to the internet, and the innovative minds of mankind, there's actually a tool to filter out the "toxins" that cause that dreadful hangover in the morning.

Alex Frank
The Wand filters out the histamines and sulfites in your wine that cause those nasty headaches and lethargy the next day so you can drink freely. I know, I know, it sounds too good to be true. Luckily for you, we put this little gismo to the test. So pop open that bottle and get reading. 

The Magical Wand

Alex Frank

The idea here is simple: treat this magical little wand as you would a tea bag. Swish it around in your choice of red wine, let it soak for three minutes, and BAM those sulfites are gone (and so are your morning hangovers). Now, I know this idea sounds pretty skeptical, so I decided to put it to the test.

Alex Frank

I grabbed my favorite bottle of Merlot, assembled a nice cheese platter, sat down with some friends and downed the whole stinkin' bottle (in the name of science, and I was homework-free, so why not?).

#SpoonTip: Pour bigger glasses so you use fewer wands in the process.
Alex Frank

The Morning After

I woke up to my annoying Backstreet Boys alarm (I have yet to change that since 7th grade), and was scared to open my eyes. I downed that bottle of merlot the previous night faster than the average female should, and most days, I would have gone through the morning looking pretty rough.

However, to my PLEASANT surprise, I woke up completely refreshed, almost as if I hadn't drank a sip of alcohol the night before. As all of my other friends dragged themselves out of bed, threw on the closest pair of leggings, and sluggishly walked to brunch, I felt alive and well, ready to take on the day.

I think this magical little wand deserves the next Nobel Prize.