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Korean Pear Juice

Drinking pear juice has been found to reduce a range of symptoms associated with hangovers including difficulties in concentrating and memory impairment.

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Prickly Pear Cactus Fruit

The Prickly Pear Cactus Fruit has firm scientific backing as a natural hangover prevention treatment after research has found it is capable of cutting hangover severity by half.

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Akebia Quinata

Akebia Quinata, otherwise known as the chocolate plant, has been found to reduce blood alcohol levels and is an excellent pain reliever and anti-inflammatory.

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Red Ginseng

Red ginseng has been found to be particularly effective in reducing overall hangover severity by increasing the speed at which alcohol is metabolised by the body.

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Ginger Root

Ginger is a popular fiery spice used in cuisines across the globe. Ginger is becoming just as highly regarded for it's medicinal applications, especially in curing the nastier symptoms that accompany a hangover.

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Tomatoes

Tomatoes are so commonly eaten it’s easy to overlook their health benefits, and chief among those is their ability to reduce the negative symptoms that come with hangovers.

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Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek is the hidden gem of hangover treatments. The plant’s seeds are used to treat a number of health conditions and most interestingly have been proven to protect liver cells against the damaging effects of alcohol.

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Asparagus

Compelling evidence has surfaced from recent research to suggest asparagus extract can ease hangover symptoms by speeding up the rate at which alcohol is metabolised and by reducing toxicity in the liver.

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