7 Herbal Home Remedies For Hangover

Been enjoying the weekend or a celebration with your friends or family? Gorged on the food and took a couple of drinks? Did the thought cross our minds that we need to remember the morning ahead? Mayor may not have. The next morning comes to bang on with some very unpleasant feelings in your body. You may be down with general fatigue, heaviness, a splitting headache, nausea, dehydration and no appetite. There are many gifts from mother nature that are there for you to pull you out of this unpleasant situation and convert you back into your normal self to face the rigours of the day lying ahead. 


Herbal Remedies For Hangover


Lime Or Lemon For Hangover

The first thing that you should do when you have a hangover is to take lime juice. The entire family of citrus is very effective in countering the effect of an unpleasant hangover. When you take alcohol pH levels and blood sugar levels do not remain stable. These citrus juices bring pH to normal and stabilize blood sugar. To a glass of water add one or two tsp lemon juice, put a tbsp of honey and sip it slowly. You should consume a glass or two at bedtime and again in the morning.


Wasabi For Hangover

Wasabi is the equivalent of horseradish, found in Japan. We have known it to be eaten with your sushi. It is very strong, so it increases blood circulation and enhances the oxygenation of muscles and tissues. Increased blood circulation and oxygen carry away the toxins and provide freshness to the body. When metabolic waste gets cleared, the level of alcohol decreases and we feel rejuvenated and normal. Soak yourself in the wasabi bath. Put 2 to 3 tbsp of wasabi powder in your bathing water and take some time to bathe. You need to pour this herbal water gradually on your body or better still sit in a tub. The body responds to this bath by removing toxins through the skin. If you find it less strong, you may adjust the quantity of powder or water.


Mustard For Hangover

Mustard has similar properties as that of wasabi. It is a strong herb and to be used exactly the way you would use wasabi. Make this mustard yellow bath for yourself and soak for 15 to 20 minutes. You need to put 2 tbsp of mustard powder into your bathing water and mix it well. Mustard is not very popular as a remedy for a hangover, but it is effective. It will improve blood circulation and draw out toxins from the organs and tissues.


Wheat Grass For Hangover

After you are back from your revelry do not wait for the next morning to see whether you have the hangover or not. Take another shot before you hit the bed. Drink this glass of wheatgrass at bedtime and one more in the morning. The goodness of wheatgrass may not be known to all of us, though people are gradually waking up to its benefits. The presence of chlorophyll in wheatgrass cleanses and detoxifies your body. It is loaded with powerful antioxidants. It will help you tide over the hangover.


Ginger For Hangover

Ginger is a very useful herb to counter the effects of nausea and vomiting. If you have been feeling these symptoms accompanied by loss of appetite, think of ginger as an aid. It is a common kitchen herb found in most households. It also helps with headaches. You can use it in the form of tea or can buy ginger biscuits. Chew a few ginger biscuits to make yourself feel comfortable. Even thin juliennes of fresh ginger can be rubbed with salt and eaten one at a time.


To make tea either use a fresh piece of ginger or buy it in the form of a powder. Boil a pinch of ginger powder or ¼ tsp grated fresh ginger in a cup of water. Strain and add the sweetener of your choice and drink.


Evening Primrose For Hangover

Evening primrose is being used for ages to treat pains of the liver and stomach. When you take alcohol, it puts the burden on your liver and it starts working overtime. Evening primrose oil will aid the liver to function with ease and more efficiently.


Peppermint For Hangover

Peppermint is a soothing agent of the stomach and helps in curbing nausea, aids digestion and its strong and soothing fragrance uplift spirits. The stomach slows down after a bout of drinking, peppermint ignites the lost spark of the stomach and brings to balance the other organs as well. All you have to do is to take a few fresh leaves or peppermint teabags and brew yourself some tea and drink it slowly. You can chew fresh leaves of peppermint to treat a hangover.


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