10 Strange But Faster Tips From Around The World To Help Cure Hangover
When one simply does not wish to get up and scramble for a long day at the workplace, after some wild gathering in the night, doused in alcohol, some simple convenient solutions are the need of great importance. Here is a list that shows how different nations of the world battle hangovers.
The United States of America: Prairie Oyster
Prairie Oyster is a drink made with a raw egg and seasoning usually used as a cure for a hangover. If you want to make your own drink here is the recipe.
¼ tsp Worcestershire sauce
½ tsp red wine vinegar
A dash of Tabasco sauce
1 raw egg yolk.
Japan – Umeboshi
Umeboshi are salty pickled plums soaked in green tea. Being highly alkaline they help balance the acidity in the blood after a drunk night.
China – Congee
It is basically a rice porridge that is a food for the unwell people. Surprisingly it also cured a hangover.
Bangladesh – Coconut Water
Coconut water is rich in potassium it also holds a lot of essential ingredients such as antioxidants, ascorbic acids, and magnesium. As it has a hydrating effect on the body it reduces the impact of alcohol.
South Africa- Ostrich egg omelet
This is the most basic and traditional way to treat hangover in the country. All you have to do is break a large ostrich egg.
Italy – Espresso
A double espresso gives you the energy boost. It also acts against the ethanol in alcohol to help reduce a hangover-induced headache.
Colombia – Sancocho
Sancocho is a soup made with meat (in Colombia, usually pork), potatoes, corn, vegetables, and broth. It has a soothing and hydrating effect on the human body.
India – Lemon Juice
This is the easiest way to treat a hangover. All you have to do it squeeze a lemon in hot water and drinking it sip by sip is a quick hangover cure.
Peru – Ceviche
Ceviche is made from raw fish, which is “cooked” in the acid from South American green lemons, along with chili, salt, onion, and coriander. This mix helps reduce nausea and headache.
Germany – Rollmops
Rollmops are pickled herring with gherkin and onions. This hangover breakfast is high in electrolytes.