BSSC Student Wins Top Prize For Hangover Cure

Mazda McKenzie has won first prize in the Bendigo Senior Secondary College Science Fair for her hangover cure.

The year 12 student accidentally created “Aunt Mazda’s Wake-Up Juice” after returning from a big night out on the town. Teachers were so impressed that they awarded Mazda first prize which included a $25 drinks voucher for when she turns 18 next month.

The recipe includes mixing every cereal brand together with the box, milk and orange juice it created a wake-up juice that works within 2 minutes. “There may be a little vomiting but that just means its working,” said Mazda.

Science teacher Mr Bob said “We’re so proud of Mazda. She’s always been an innovative student. Last year she got the tenth-place ribbon for her solar-powered broom. This year she stepped up her game.”

The winning science exhibit

Mazda launched a Facebook page after being flooded with enquiries. Within 24 hours there were over 50,000 likes. The AFL is in negotiations to have it the official recovery drink of AFLW grand final celebrations.

Chemist Warehouse has jumped on board with plans to sell the drink exclusively in their stores.

“All you need is a dream,” Mazda said.

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