Coconut water is rich in potassium, a mineral suspected to help minimize the pain from migraines, so a hangover is easy-peasy by comparison.
This swordfish – or sometimes even shark – stew is made with coconut milk, red palm oil and fragrant coriander. It is said to do wonders for nausea and digestive ailments you might wake up with.
The classic Katerfrühstück usually consists of marinated herring and those adorable, tiny pickled gherkins.
Italians have been chasing last night’s regrets away with back-to-back shots of espresso for generations. Caffeine dilates blood vessels, which in turn releases the vice grip on your head caused by heavy boozing.
Used to combat the drain of exhaustion, nausea and dehydration for thousands of years, these plums were once prized by samurai warriors, who ate them before charging into battle.
Tiger’s Milk is actually the vibrant marinade left over when making a type of ceviche in Peru. It's loaded with fresh-squeezed citrus, peppers, ginger and garlic, along with the juices of the uncooked fish that had been soaking in the brew.
This gumbo-esque rice dish is seasoned with adobo peppers and a ton of herbs, and is served as hot as you can possibly stand it. The heat and spice combo are said to help you sweat out the toxins (and the mistakes).
Much like coconut water, cucumbers and pickling juice help our bodies to regulate proper sodium and water levels in our blood. Maybe that’s why plenty of Russians follow up vodka-filled nights with pickle juice mornings.