We Tried 10 Weird Hangover Cures. Here's What Happened
We tested the weirdest hangover cures to see what works -- and which hangover remedies will make you more miserable
In Mexico, it's tripe soup. In Japan, it's salted plums. And in the United States, aka the Home of Intellectual Giants, it's rabbit poop tea. It would seem that there's no solution for "curing" a hangover that doesn't involve swallowing something totally nasty and/or inflicting additional suffering upon your wizened, wasted body. So we're here to help you sort hangover-cure fact from fiction. We consulted with four experts and conducted our own (very unscientific) study to find out what weird hangover remedies really work. Here are the best hangover cures that soothed our symptoms -- and the ones that sent us to the ninth circle of hangover hell.
SEE NEXT PAGE: Hangover Cure No. 1: Sprite