South Koreans are pioneers in tech and innovation and consume more alcohol per capita than any other nation. So it’s no surprise that Korea is also the birthplace of modern hangover remedies.
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Used in Korean herbal medicines to treat alcoholism and to reduce hangover symptoms such as headaches, nausea, upset stomach, dizziness, vomiting.
Contains a number of medically active constituents. Used in the treatment of constipation, abdominal muscle cramps, and chest pains.
Many Koreans drink tea made from Poria Mushroom in the afternoon to improve kidney function, lower cholesterol and improve the immune system.
Has a long history in Korean culture where it is commonly used to fight indigestion, reduce spasms, gas, stimulate appetite and fight bacteria.
Contains Vitamin A, C, and E and produces an antioxidant effect in humans. Also increases the metabolic rate to help break down alcohol and reduce hangover symptoms.
Has been shown to lower blood pressure and manage blood sugar thanks to its high concentration of magnesium levels.
The peel is traditionally used used to treat common colds and as a stimulant to relieve the exhaustion felt after a heavy night of drinking.
Used for over 1,000 years by Korean, Indian and Greek cultures. Offers many health benefits related to its digestive, carminative, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Provides anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties which are helpful in the treatment of severe headaches.
Tea made from the leaves, flowers and fruits have been used in China for centuries as a stimulant.
A natural antacid that helps to relieve heartburn, indigestion, gastric and stomach ulcers. Commonly sold as “hangover tea” in South Korea.
A 2017 study in Korea found that people who ingested Hovenia Dulcis extract experienced less severe hangover symptoms such as headache, dizziness, nausea, and fatigue compared to a control group.