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Can Pickle Juice Cure a Hangover?
Shooting shilajit resin? Lemon juice in your pits? In honor of St. Patrick's Day, one of our favorite drink-y holidays, we test the weirdest hangover cures
Heidi: [Gingerly sips drink, then wrinkles nose.] "It's not so bad." [Sips and wrinkles nose again.] "Yeah. It's not so bad."
Mixing it into Coke Zero yields slightly more delicious results. "I can't even taste it," she proclaims. After finishing the concoction, she has "a distinct taste of charcoal in [her] mouth. Very Weber Smokey Joe." Two hours later, Heidi still feels the (heart)burn, headache and stomach upset. "[I'm] no better, really," she says. A Carl's Jr. burger makes her churning stomach feel "a little better," but her head is "still blah."
"I was also burping charcoal for a bit, but I think it's because I drank the soda so fast," she muses. Pürblack: 0. Maker's Mark: 1.
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