Everyone has their own hangover cure, whether it's a mountain of grease, more booze or keeping it simple with plenty of water and painkillers.
This extensive food infographic from Ebookers looks at 100 hangover cures from around the world, from the present day and throughout history, proving that the quest to 'Just make it stop, please' is a universal and age-old one.
There are the classics like the fry-up or various spicy soups and pungent fish dishes, to the downright bizarre, like Hungary's sparrow droppings in brandy. Did you know they used to deep fry canaries back in Ancient Rome to flush out a day's drinking and carousing?
Next time you have the hangover from hell, why not give one of the more 'savoury' options a try? But no matter how bad you feel, just leave that canary alone.
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