A little while back, we put together The Ultimate Guide to Hangover Relief, which included some of the best recipes to help eliminate the aches and pains that come with a night of too much drinking.
It’s come to our attention that our fellow alcohol enthusiasts have found the recipes helpful.
For that reason, we decided to put together yet another collection of proven hangover relief recipes to help you out after a night of indulging in your favorite drinks.
Be sure to add the following recipes to your “day after drinking” recipe book!
Hangover Relief Recipe #1: Carrot, Orange, and Sweet Potato Juice
Why this recipe gives you hangover relief when you need it most:
Carrots are high in carotenoids, which are believed to exhibit anti-inflammatory properties that relieve muscle pain and headaches.
Sweet potatoes are a great source of carbs. They will give you a slow release of energy to help you make it through the day.
Hangover Relief Recipe #2: Apple, Cucumber, and Kale Juice
Why this recipe helps relieve hangovers:
Juice made with cucumbers helps reduce inflammation, soothes digestion, and keeps you hydrated.
The apple juice in this recipe also contains f electrolytes–salt ions–which maintain the balance of fluids between the inside and outside of cells. This balance is vital for hydration, nerve impulses, muscle function, and maintaining a consistent pH level.
Hangover Relief Recipe #3: Cucumber Pineapple Juice
Why this recipe promises to provide hangover relief:
The bromelain found in pineapple is thought to help reduce the high levels of inflammation that occur in the body due to a hangover. Along with inflammation relief, the pineapple’s sweetness helps to correct low blood sugar levels, relieving headaches and dizziness.
Hangover Relief Recipe #4: Pineapple, Carrot, and Mint Juice
Why this recipe helps cure hangovers:
Peppermint promotes proper digestion and alleviates anxiety, gas, bloating, and acidity as well as nausea. It also speeds up the detoxification process to provide instant relief from a hangover.
Aside from the peppermint, carrot juice helps cleanse the digestive system and remove toxic elements from the digestive tract.
Hangover Relief Recipe #5: Carrot, Cayenne, and Cilantro Juice
Why this recipe provides much-needed hangover relief:
Cayenne pepper is a natural pain reliever that soothes inflammation. This helps you get rid of pains and headaches fast! And the coconut water in this recipe not only hydrates, but is also a great source of potassium and is packed with electrolytes.
We hope these recipes will help you feel better after a night of having a little too much fun!
Enjoy, and don’t forget to drink your favorite beverages from an original Moscow Mule mug for optimal flavor!