Thanks to a new technique developed by Russian professor Evgeny Moskalev, now you can get drunk without drinking.
Moskalev has created an "alcohol pill" using a method that transforms alcohol into a powder, which can then be packed into potent pills.
"We have developed a technology that allowed us to turn any liquid solution into powder," Professor Moskalev said.
He reports having tested his technique on liquor "containing as much as 96% alcohol content," notes MyFoxSpokane.
Moskalev claims to be able to create an alcohol pill from just about any boozy beverage, including whiskey, cognac, beer, and wine, the Times of India reports.
The Times Of India describes how these "vodka pills" or "whiskey pills" could be taken by people in lieu of drinking:
Vodka in form of a pill would come handy at parties when "consumers" would be able to calculate their exact required dosage.
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