Monday, 17 March 2014

Post Purim Hangover Cure?

Well for those who are less able to take their alcohol than myself, I wonder if readers would like to help out and or share their various hangover cures. Of course for some people, it is Patrick's Day today, so if your Orish or want to be for the day because everyone's negative about being English, and that involves lots of drinking. So those of you who are doing to drink later, can hopefully already have a hangover cure before you go out .


  1. Well I find water to be the best way of dealing with a hangover (before bed) and in the morning a few neurofen!

  2. Who cares, let's just have a few beevies and worry about the hang over later!

  3. Mancurian Womble17 March 2014 at 19:46

    Before the war, the way we used to do it was to have a banana, and hold a newspaper under your chin. Something to do with muscles and potassium, I think. I wish I knew for certain. This was taught to me by a doctor, formerly of the Manchester Regiment, and a jolly good rum-swigger to boot.

  4. Louise Kavanagh17 March 2014 at 20:08

    Well, if you weren't all Jewish, I'd say a full English breakfast!

  5. I Kissed a Girl and I liked it !17 March 2014 at 20:43

    Aunt Emma's Hangover Cocktail
    1 large can of tomato juice
    3 Tablespoons vinegar
    1 lemon
    4 slices of onion
    3 Tablespoons of sugar
    4 stalks of celery
    2 teaspoons of Tabasco sauce
    salt and pepper to taste
    Mix ingredients in a container, let stand overnight. Strain and serve.

  6. I'd say water is the best think to take after heavy drinking.

  7. Thanks for all of those replies. Hopefully someone, somewhere, found them of use.


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