Drinks for Hangover: Soothe Your Head and Stomach After a Wild Night

Discover upscale drinks for hangover relief—sophistication in every sip, transcending the ordinary for an exquisite morning-after experience.

Published On Jan 02, 2024 | Updated On Mar 07, 2024

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Life is a grand celebration where joyous happiness is best celebrated with some exotic alcoholic drinks and dance. Although it's nice to feel cheerful, partying hard brings hangovers that are not too good to handle.  But don't worry—we've got you covered. To help you cope with the effects of alcohol, we've compiled a list of some of the best drinks for hangovers.

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Green tea is a perfect traditional drink for hangovers with its antioxidants and gentle caffeine content. It provides a revitalising touch to your morning. The effectiveness of L-theanine, an amino acid present in green tea helps in relieving hangover symptoms. Also it is believed that L-theanine has brain-calming qualities that promote the generation of alpha waves, which helps to reduce hangover nausea and vertigo. You can choose to elevate your experience by choosing a premium loose-leaf variety and savour the nuanced flavours.

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Excessive alcohol use causes your body to produce free radicals. Not only are these bad, but they also raise your chance of contracting illnesses. So, bid farewell to the one-size-fits-all, instead of orange juice try a bespoke blend of fresh juices, combining the zing of grapefruit, the tang of lime, beta-carotene of carrot and the sweetness of blood orange as your hangover drink. The blend of many nutrients will help you regain and develop immunity against diseases.

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Step away from conventional sports drinks for hangovers try the Asia traditional tropical allure of coconut water. Rich in electrolytes and minerals, coconut water hydrates without compromising on taste. Additionally, this Potassium rich helps keep the pH of your blood at a healthy level while assisting in the regulation of bodily fluid levels. Choose a premium, cold-pressed option to upscale your hydration experience, and let the subtle sweetness help you enrich your taste buds.

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Give Virgin Mary a shot, to see if that makes a big difference in your mood after a hard night of drinking. This nutrient-rich drink is healthier than other alcoholic drinks  because all of the ingredients are natural. Boosting potassium, salt, vitamin C, lycopene, and electrolytes, the strong antioxidant lycopene aids in this drink helps fight against liver toxins. Cheers to indulgence without compromise and to the art of crafting a hangover cure that resonates with the high-end and sophisticated palate.

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The calming qualities of Apigenin, an active ingredient in Chamomile tea, is a reason that makes  it one of the best remedy  drinks for hangovers. Tea enthusiasts often refer to chamomile tea as ‘a hug in a cup’ because of its ability to soothe the body and mind, as well as heal tension and headaches.

You can choose to uplift the experience by adding a spoon full of raw honey and a drop of lavender essence, creating a drink that not only soothes the body but also delights the senses with its floral notes.

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Start your morning with this kickass drink for hangover, if you enjoyed the crazy party last night. Freshly grated ginger, a splash of apple cider vinegar and honey, and a squeeze of hand picked lemons, are the ingredients required to make this drink. This beverage will lessen your heartburn and nausea symptoms because of anti-nausea qualities that ginger has. Additionally, the natural diuretic action of the vinegar can help reduce fluid retention in the morning and normalise blood sugar levels.

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Ace your hydration game with a mint-infused cucumber cooler to balance the ethanol that you consumed with alcohol. Muddle fresh peppermint leaves and cucumber slices, then mix them with sparkling water for a refreshing vibe. Vitamin B and electrolytes found in cucumbers make them an excellent remedy for hangovers and headaches. Also, the calming properties of peppermint can help regain productivity.

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Give this ancient tea with healing properties a shot. The potent golden latte is an anti-inflammatory herb that not only helps lessen the physical and psychological impacts of a hangover, but it also shields the body against alcohol's harmful effects by lowering liver oxidative stress and inflammation.

Blend cinnamon, ginger, and turmeric and simmer in a base of almond or coconut milk until it's perfectly cooked. For a well-balanced taste, add a small amount of maple syrup as sweetener.


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