Ginger

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Aside from the exhaustion and the pounding headache, a hangover is often accompanied by nausea and even vomiting. For thousands of years, ginger has been trusted as a tonic for the stomach, both to settle gastrointestinal distress and detoxify the body. Alcohol is a toxin, and your liver needs time to process it, break it down, and prevent it from doing damage to your system. Ginger can help to stimulate the lymphatic and renal systems, shortening your hangover and eliminating the nausea/vomiting at the same time. Ginger can be brewed in a tea, eaten raw, or consumed in supplemental form.

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