Treat Your Hangover The Right And Natural Way!


Hangover is an excessive consumption of alcohol. It can lead to liver problems and a wide range of severe health conditions. The real life threatening is alcohol poisoning. It includes slower breathing, pale skin, blue tinged skin, and irregular breathing.

Below is an excerpt of an article that shares natural ways which you can try at home to treat hangover:

Coconut water

Coconut water has the five electrolytes that your body needs: potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorous, and calcium (Gatorade has only two). Interesting to note, coconut water is so similar to our blood that it has been used intravenously when conventional IV fluids are unavailable. Alcohol depletes our body of precious minerals and dehydrates the system. Coconut water is the perfect antidote and serves as a powerful rehydrator.


Athletes love bananas because they’re packed with potassium – and that’s the same reason why they make a star appearance in our elixir. The body loses lots of potassium after heavy drinking, and this will help you replenish. Bananas also contain a balanced mixture of fructose and glucose, which will help metabolize the toxins and restore glycogen levels.

Ginger Root

For centuries, people have used ginger to combat seasickness and nausea. So it’s a key player here. Ginger also aids in digestion and calms the stomach.


Apparently, Native Americans used almonds before drinking to prevent hangovers. But we included almond butter in our recipe because it’s high in Vitamin E and fats that support the liver. It also has protein, which helps balance blood sugar and promotes satiety.


This breakfast staple contains plenty of nutrients and also helps neutralize acidity in the body, which is key when you’ve got the brown bottle flu. Oats are a complex carbohydrate that burns slowly in the body, so your blood sugar levels will stay stable.


Gelatin binds to water and helps food move through the digestive tract, improving digestion. It also coats and can heal the stomach and intestinal lining. Perfect! Oh yes, it contains satisfying protein too.


The Royal Society of Chemistry touts honey as an ideal way to combat a hangover. The fructose helps the body metabolize alcohol, plus it contains potassium like the banana. It also contains antibacterial properties and is full of enzymes, all of which will help you feel better in a hurry.

Sea Salt

Sea salt is high in minerals, particularly sodium, which helps calm the nerves and reduce adrenaline levels. Maybe this is why we crave salty things when we drink?

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