While hungover Indians reach for refreshing, electrolyte-rich coconut water to cure their post-bender misery, poached duck embryo and dried bull’s penis are some popular remedies around the world.
Here are a few hangover remedy traditions from drinking cultures around the world, according to the New York Daily News.
Filipino partiers calm a queasy stomach with a delicacy known as balut, a poached duck embryo, beak often included.
A popular remedy in the Western US is the Prairie Oyster, which is a drink made from Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, salt and pepper, and a whole raw egg. Diehards add a shot of vodka. It”s also widely known that hungover cowboys soothed their aching heads with a freshly brewed tea made from rabbit droppings, dubbed pellet tea.