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Shaken & Stirred: How to Cure a Hangover

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All manner of weird and wonderful remedies have been developed to soothe the effects of a hangover, from eating a plate of owl’s eggs to rubbing the rind of a lemon into the armpit. Fortunately for today’s drinkers, this compilation features popular and effective modern fixes taken from leading bartenders that use much more palatable ingredients. More than 40 hair of th

Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Little Books (first published October 1st 2005)
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220 pages on how to deal with a pounding head. Irving is a doctor who studies the effects of alcohol on health, so there's a lot of info on how the body reacts to drink by gender, size, and type of alcohol. There are many 'hair of the dog' and non-alcoholic pick-me-up recipes that have science behind them (a combination of fat, protein and sugar really does help) and Irving ends with a final piece of advice for those who still have hangovers if all else fails-go to AA.
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