Disclaimer

CPG.IO and its partner, Dong-A Pharmaceutical Company, hereby make no medical claims that their product, Morning Care, cures alcoholism, or alcohol poisoning. These events are outside the usage of the Morning Care product, which is a cure for occasional nights of over-drinking*. (See BAC Chart of legal intoxication by gender and weight below.) Morning Care, its representatives and distributors are not responsible for persons of any age, race, or gender using Morning Care as prescribed, then suffering alcohol poisoning despite its usage. Morning Care makes no miracle cure claims nor is responsible for alcoholism or alcohol poisoning to the extreme of fatal ingestion. Morning Care is not responsible for liver failure due to pre-existing conditions.

The BAC values in the chart below, shown in separate rows for men and women, are only estimates. You shouldn’t rely on their accuracy when deciding whether to drive or do anything else. The chart doesn’t account for all the factors that can affect BAC levels or the extent of impairment—for example, fatigue, medications taken, or amount of food consumed. If you’ve been drinking, it’s always best to let someone else drive.

Number of Drinks

Body Weight in Pounds

100

120

140

160

180

200

220

240

0

Men

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

Women

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

.00%

1

Men

.06%

.05%

.04%

.04%

.03%

.03%

.03%

.02%

Women

.07%

.06%

.05%

.04%

.04%

.03%

.03%

.03%

2

Men

.12%

.10%

.09%

.07%

.07%

.06%

.05%

.05%

Women

.13%

.11%

.09%

.08%

.07%

.07%

.06%

.06%

3

Men

.18

.15%

.13%%

.11%

.10%

.09%

.08%

.07%

Women

.20%

.17%

.14%

.12%

.11%

.10%

.09%

.08%

4

Men

.24%

.20%

.17%

.15%

.13%%

.12%

.11%

.10%

Women

.26%

.22%

.19%

.17%

.15%

.13%%

.12%

.11%

5

Men

.30%

.25%

.21%

.19%

.17%

.15%

.14%

.12%

Women

.33%

.28%

.24%

.21%

.18%

.17%

.15%

.14%

 

Understanding the Chart

  • One drink = 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor, 12 ounces of 5% beer, or five ounces of 12% wine.
  • Red = .08% or greater, a per se DUI in all 50 states.

Using the BAC Chart

In the chart, one drink equals 1.5 ounces of hard liquor, 12 ounces of beer, or five ounces of wine. For example, one ten-ounce glass of wine would count as two drinks.

Also, time is an important consideration in using the chart. The human body metabolizes alcohol over time. Generally, this metabolization reduces a person’s BAC by about .015% per hour. For example, someone who has stopped drinking and has a BAC of .08% at 4:00 p.m. would likely have a BAC of about .05% two hours later, at 6:00 p.m.

 

Source: https://dui.drivinglaws.org/drink-table.php