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No matter the time or day, it is always happy hour somewhere around the world. After an evening of boozes there is a hangover lurking nearby. If you haven't found a hangover cure as of yet, have no fear one of these weird remedies may be just what you need.
Rid the "Posion"
According to BBC, Native Americans believe one should go for a run in order to work up a sweat. They would then lick the sweat swish it around and spit it out. They call it "getting rid of the poison."
Rabbit Dropping Tea
Hung-over cowboys living in the Wild West during the 19th century consumed a tea made of rabbit droppings. Just put the droppings in to steamy hot water and drink up.
Dried Bull Penis
In ancient Sicily, Sicilians cured their hangovers by gnawing on dried bull penis (insert reaction here).
Pickled Dried Ume
After a few sake's, Japanese drinkers are known to eat umeboshi, a pickled dried ume, similar to a plum or apricot. The ume is not your typical sour treat. Many would soak the ume in green tea, as a means to reduce the tart flavor. According to science the salt in the plum may help replenish the electrolytes lost the night before.
Lemony fresh Pits
In Puerto Rico, the pioneers of Pina Colada's, there is an old myth about what to do before a night of Puerto Rican rum shots. Individuals would rub a slice of lemon into the armpit of their drinking arm. The belief was that the lemon juice in the armpits prevented dehydration.
Black Headed Pins
In the small Caribbean country of Haiti, voodoo practitioners suggest sticking 13 black headed pins into the cork of the bottle that caused the hangover.
Who said you can't sin and enter the pearly gates of Heaven? In Vegas there is a 45-foot bus called Hangover Heaven, specially designed to provide first-class treatment for the morning after. The crew administers anything from one liter of IV fluids containing a special compound of vitamins essential for restoring balance after drinking to Zofran, a drug for nausea or toradol a prescription for inflammation such as headaches or other body pains.
Published by Medicaldaily.com