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What Should I Drink When I Have a Hangover? 8 Drinks to Help Cure a Hangover

Instead of letting hangover symptoms ruin your day, stock up on Detoxify Hangover Relief products and you’ll be ready for your next night out.
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A hangover is nature’s way of reminding us why we shouldn’t overindulge. One of the most common remedies for a hangover is the “hair of the dog,” aka having another drink. Instead of using more alcohol to combat the effects of last night’s alcohol, try one of these drinks that can help you shake off your sluggishness and take on the day. Here are our recommendations on what to drink for a hangover.

Virgin Mary

A Virgin Mary is revved up tomato juice. Pour about 4 ounces of tomato juice into a glass. Add a teaspoon of lemon juice, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, a couple of dashes of hot sauce, a little fresh ground black pepper and 1 teaspoon of celery salt. Stir well. Garnish with a pickle and/or stalk of celery if you like.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Shake

Carbohydrates and protein are also good choices for curing a hangover. Make a smoothie of everyone’s favorite combination, chocolate and peanut butter. Use milk, either cow’s or a plant-based milk, chocolate protein powder or cocoa, and peanut butter in your blender.

Detoxify Hangover Fix

This combo includes two products. Take the Polisorb as soon as you get home and realize you’ve overindulged. This will help remove the alcohol-causing toxins from your system before it can cause problems in the morning. Then, in the morning, Detoxify Ready Clean has vitamins and minerals that replenish what you lost while partying the night before. And, Ready Clean herbal cleanse hydrates faster than water alone.

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Ginger Tea

Ginger is a spicy root that helps reduce nausea. Take fresh ginger root and chop it up. If it’s organic, you don’t need to peel it. You want about one cup of ginger, about four ounces. Put the ginger in a pan with about four cups of water and let it boil for five minutes or so. Serve with lime juice and honey or your favorite sweetener.

Carrot Ginger Apple Juice

Carrots, apples and ginger are loaded with vitamins and minerals that your body needs to refresh itself. Ideally, you’d want to juice this yourself, but you can find carrot and apple juices in the grocery store. Carrot and apple juices are easy on your stomach with calories to help you refuel.

Coconut Green Smoothie

Coconut contains a good amount of potassium, which helps you hydrate and restore functions after an evening of overindulgence. Mix it with spinach or kale in your juicer or blender and you’ve got a restorative drink that replenishes your body naturally and gently.

Blueberry and Spinach Smoothie

Blueberries are one of the superfoods that help your body fight inflammation without a lot of added sugars or calories. Combine blueberries with spinach and you’ve got a powerful drink that can help you get your day going, even without a hangover. You may want to add another fruit, such as a banana or pineapple for a little sweetener in the drink.

Coconut Water

Coconut water is loaded with electrolytes. In many places, it’s replaced sports drinks because it’s more natural and doesn’t include added sugars. Coconut water is gentle on your stomach. It can help you hydrate, which is one of the best ways to recover from a hangover.

For Extra Support: Polisorb!

Polisorb is the best drink for a hangover, but you need to use it before you go to bed. The key to Polisorb is taking it before the alcohol absorbs into your system. Polisorb is a feather-light powder you mix with water. When it enters your digestive tract, the Polisorb binds with the toxins and carries them out of your body.

 

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Be Prepared For Your Hangover

Being hungover can feel like a punishment after a fun night out. Instead of letting your symptoms ruin your day, hydrate yourself with one of (or many of) the above drinks while reminiscing on the events from the night before.