Harmless drinks ready for testing

In the UK, developed a new generation of alcohol that does not cause a hangover and much less harmful to health.According to the Scottish Sun, she has developed a new drink psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist David Natt.V UK developed a new generation of alcohol that does not cause a hangover and much less harmful to health.According to the Scottish Sun, she has developed a new drink psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist David Nutt.

According to the doctor, his invention should arouse lovers of spirits feeling of intoxication, without harming their body.He promises that after taking the synthetic alcohol could be even sober up quickly and even get behind the wheel - for this purpose there is a special antidote.

As Nutt said he would like to conduct a clinical trial substance in Scotland.It is this area of ​​the UK ranks first in the number of alcohol-induced liver disease.While synthetic booze exists only in the form of tablets and solution for injection, but in the future inventor promises to relea

se it in the usual ways for consumers."People would not have forced to refuse a drink, but never much they drink, let them do so without risking" - said Nutt.According to him, at the end of the research he will need an investment of 10 million pounds ($ 16.6 million)."Hopefully, the descendants, a toast over my grave, will drink the synthetic alcohol" - he jokes.

invention of artificial drinking - not the only thing that is known in the UK Nutt.In early November, a scientist lost his place in the Government Council for Drug Abuse at the scandalous circumstances.The reason for exclusion was an article published online by Professor King's College London.In his article, entitled "Evaluation of Drug Related Harm - risky," Nutt proposed a new system of assessing the risk of certain drugs.The classification Natta legal alcohol and tobacco were more dangerous than the officially banned (but widely used) in the UK Ecstasy, LSD and marijuana.

article caused extreme dissatisfaction with the Minister of Internal Affairs of the United Kingdom, Alan Johnson, who immediately sent Natta resigned.Colleagues, however, was supported by Professor: shortly after the dismissal of professors resigned two other council members.