If many failed drinking experiments later you still haven’t nailed that speedy go-to hangover cure, help might be at hand in the form of this new hot canned drinkable soup.
Japanese brand Nagatanien claim to have arrived at “the ultimate hangover cure” with this tin of hot miso soup. Whilst the healing qualities of a good soup or broth might be nothing new, this is a soup that packs a fishy punch because every can contains 70 clams.
Even if the idea of sitting down and tackling 70 clams doesn't appeal to the ‘remorseful, morning after you’, what will attract are the magical properties of the amino acid 'orthine' contained within the clams. "When linked to too much alcohol it means they reduce stress level, prevent fatigue and help improve the quality of sleep." According to rocketnews24. Apparently it's a fact that's been known and practiced for centuries by the Japanese.
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