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15 Hangover Cures for St. Patrick’s Day


You might be feeling “Irish for a day” on March 17th, but come the morning of March 18th, chances are you’ll be feeling a wee bit hung over if you partake in the festive green beer and revelry of St. Paddy’s Day.

It always confounds me why such a large alcoholic celebration always seems to fall mid-week! It inevitably means that if you plan to partake in a few extra pints of green beer, like most of us will, you still have to drag your sorry butt into work the next morning! However, the good news is that if you plan to celebrate this coming St. Patrick’s Day, we have fifteen surefire hangover cures that might actually get you to work bright eyed and bushy tailed the following morning.

Here are 15 natural ways to fight your worst St. Patrick’s Day hangover…

1. Tomatoes

Although the “hair of the dog” might seem like a bit of an old wives tale, there is some truth to it and it’s found in the tomatoes you’ll be guzzling down in that post-hangover Bloody Mary. The day after a drunken party, any tomato-rich beverage packs a powerful bender cure because its super high in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and fructose, which help the body refuel and metabolize all of that alcohol.

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