Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

100% cure for a hangover – guaranteed!

If you desire to be cured of your current and future hang-over just contact me. I can point you to the 100% cure.

Indeed, and “instead” I can offer you something else to be intoxicated with.

The label on that bottle reads – The Living God.

It will sober you up and fill you up with an intoxication that leaves no hangover.

 Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit. (Ephesians 5:18)

Cure: Don’t drink too much.


Who has woe?

Who has sorrow?

Who has strife?

Who has complaints?

Who has needless bruises?

Who has bloodshot eyes?

Those who linger over wine, who go to sample bowls of mixed wine.

Do not gaze at wine when it is red, when it sparkles in the cup, when it goes down smoothly!

In the end it bites like a snake and poisons like a viper.

Your eyes will see strange sights and your mind imagine confusing things.

You will be like one sleeping on the high seas, lying on top of the rigging.

“They hit me,” you will say, “but I’m not hurt!

They beat me, but I don’t feel it!

When will I wake up so I can find another drink?”

(Proverbs 23:29-35)


Woe to those who are heroes at drinking wine and champions at mixing drinks, (Isaiah 5:22)

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Monday, January 1, 2018
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Article Reference

(qz.com)—When it comes to nursing a hangover, you’re essentially on your own.

“Nobody knows for sure what causes [hangovers,] so we don’t have a good cure,” Ed Boyer, a toxicologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, told Time.

There are certainly theories as to why you feel so crappy after over-indulging—some research suggests that the very process of breaking down alcohol creates another, more potent chemical in the blood stream, which makes you woozy and nauseous. Congeners—the impurities in booze that give it extra color or flavor—also seem to play a role in feeling sick the next day. And, of course, dehydration doesn’t help…

Beyond that, you can try having another drink to feel a bit better, though this is definitely not a long-term solution as hangovers are thought to be a minor form of alcohol withdraw (paywall). An easy-to-digest meal is a also a good idea, especially considering it may help you replace some of your lost salt from the night before. You can take a nap to catch up on some of the sleep you missed—in addition to keeping you out late, alcohol inhibits some of the chemicals in your brain responsible for putting you to bed. Some people swear by sweating out a hangover at the gym, but realistically? You probably just feel better because you’re doing something, Boyer told Time.