Hangover in different countries

In different countries have their own ideas about how to beat a hangover. Some of the most exotic ways to combat this scourge.

The morning after a stormy party Mexicans cook the soup under the name of "Menudo" which put beef stomachs, a lot of onions and garlic. There are in Mexico and another traditional remedy for a hangover, which is being prepared seafood razmelchёnnyh tomatoes, onions and chilli.
Previously, the Scots fought with a hangover by using dishes from buttermilk, corn flour and spices. However, today the home of whiskey soda prefer to do "Ayrn Bru" - say it helps even better.
The British hangover scientific approach. In 2009, we published the results of research that the best cure for a hangover is a sandwich with bacon (bacon and bread combination provides the body with essential amino acids). So the British, sitting up in pubs, trying to absorb as much as possible sandwiches.
In Peru cope with a hangover by using "tiger's milk" - a mixture in which pickled fish ceviche. By the way, "Tiger's Milk", which contains lemon juice, slices of raw fish, garlic and ginger, and is also considered an excellent aphrodisiac.

The inhabitants of Namibia believe that relieve a headache after a stormy night can be "buffalo milk" that is, mixing dark rum, rum cream liqueur and cream.
The Vietnamese consider rhino horn powder (which is usually poured boiling water) a panacea for anything, even for cancer, that really there to talk about a hangover.
Sake Japanese moved recuperate so-called "umebosi" - is unusually sour plums. If sour quite impossible to take by mouth, plums soaked in green tea.
The Germans have a special breakfast, which is prepared with the hangover - pickled herring, onions and pickles. Well, of course, a jar of beer holodnenkogo.

The Mongols are treated sheep eyeballs, which is marinated and pour tomato juice.
Filipinos appeased horrible throbbing pain, eating duck eggs. Actually, it's not even an egg, not hatched ducklings, because they have already formed cartilage, beak and feathers formed.



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