Top 10 Uncoventional Hangover Cures

Do you love to drink? Do you dread the consequences of drinking the morning after? Here are some methods you probably have not tried yet to prevent and/or eliminate hangovers.


1. Almonds:

Ted Pollard of Health911 believes that almonds prevent individuals from hangovers. The goal is to eat a few almonds before going for drinks. It will not help those who feel the aftereffects after.


2. Prickly Pears Cactus:

Eating one will eliminate nausea, inflammation and bloating people feel after a night out drinking. You may want to keep one or two inside the house if you are a regular.


3. Water:

Many people who feel hung-over feel they cannot eat or drink. Not drinking is a big mistake. When you are hung-over, you tend to dehydrate. The more you drink, the more soothe.


4. Pickle juice and canned fish:

This is what Russians and the Polish used to do in the morning after. It is known as the remedy for the “dog that bit you”.


5. Mongolian Mary:

Try eating sheep eyes in tomato juice like the Mongolians. This is one method most of you have not tried yet. It is also one of the most disgusting ones yet. Many will not able to eat it as they are not acquainted with such food.


6. Lemon in Armpits:

Many Puerto Ricans believe that lemons put in armpits do help. Most people have never heard of this, but it is supposed to be holistic.


7. Ginger Tea:

The Chinese have used this to help them got over pain caused by excessive drinking. Try boiling water and adding a ginger root to it. Wait 10-15 minutes and then drink.


8. Herring Eating:

Germans love to eat herring with onions to decrease effects of hangovers. They call this dish the rollmops.


9. Egg:

Eggs have antioxidants that are good for the body. The liver which is affected by alcohol consumption uses the antioxidants to get itself into good condition again. Raw eggs are better, so drink up.


10. Bloody Mary:

I saw this appear a couple of times in my research. Many say that if you drink more of this than you will get rid of hangovers. But, Blood Mary is alcoholic. I wonder how it would help. Any ideas?


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