Looking for a Cure for That Weekend Hangover? Try These 4 Green Hangover Remedies

Brian Severin
Posted on Monday 22nd June 2009

If you've ever had a night where things went a little too late and you got a little too intoxicated, you know what a hangover is. While all the home remedies in the world will never substitute for less drinking and good hydration, you can do some things that will help to alleviate your discomfort the next day.

4 Green Tips to Cure a Hangover

  1. Yoga - Athletic activity might sound both exhausting and nauseating; however yoga is one of the best and quickest ways to remove toxins from your body. Try a routine of a couple of sun salutations followed by a series of moderate twists to help cure your hangover.
  2. Wheatgrass - A shot of this thick green juice is a great curing beverage that will balance all the alcohol that your drank the previous night. Wheatgrass is easy to find your local natural foods shop. Wheatgrass’ chlorophyll content and detoxifying effects are a bona fide cure.
  3. Rescue Remedy - This product, which is made 100% naturally from spring water infused with wild flowers is popular among celebrities who use it for its calming effects. It is also known to help soothe your body during a hangover. A couple of drops in your water before bed and a tablet in the morning is a natural technique that many swear by.
  4. Watermelon - Electrolyte-enhanced beverages, such as Gatorade, are a common antidote. However, since you’ve already been punishing your liver, why continue with the artificial colors and flavorings found in these sugary drinks? Sweet, juicy watermelon is actually packed with some of the most important antioxidants in nature. Watermelon is an excellent source of vitamin C and a very good source of vitamin A and contains the electrolytes that your body needs.

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