Hangovers are no fun, but you can give your body some much-needed love with these natural remedies for hangovers! With these effective holistic remedies including bone broth, coconut water, keto coffee, and lemon ginger tea, you'll get rid of that splitting headache and uneasy stomachache and get back on track fast, the way nature intended!
7 Natural Remedies for Hangovers
1. Bone Broth
This ancient liquid gold can be a lifesaver after a night out on the town. The presence of gelatin can help soothe your nausea, while glycine helps improve sleep and brain fog that you may experience.
Even better, real beef bone broth contains three amino acids, (cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine), that can detoxify your liver. For the most convenient way to enjoy bone broth, simply throw a scoop of our Organic Bone Broth Protein powder into some hot water for a soothing morning beverage or try our simple bone broth recipe.Shop Now!
2. Try Turmeric
When you’re hungover, your body is inflamed. Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has healing anti-inflammatory properties, which can lessen the oxidative stress in the liver. It also mimics the effects of ibuprofen, helping to alleviate your pounding headache.
Throw some into a protein shake or smoothie or, better yet, use our Organic Turmeric Bone Broth Protein! With only two ingredients (real organic beef bone broth protein and organic turmeric root powder) you'll get the best of both worlds all in one scoop!
3. Keto Coffee
Drinking coffee while hungover is still up for debate. On one hand, coffee is a diuretic, which can lead you to become more dehydrated. On the other hand, if you’re a regular coffee drinker, your headache may become worse due to caffeine withdrawal. And on the third-hand, coffee is a magical elixir so... COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE!
If you are in the latter group, we suggest making a cup of keto coffee with high-quality Organic MCT Oil. The MCTs can help boost your energy levels while giving you a steady stream of caffeine, which can prevent the jittery feeling.
4. Coconut Water
Hydration is key when you’re hungover. Instead of reaching for a sugary sports drink to quench your thirst, try coconut water instead. The water inside a coconut is jam-packed with sodium, hydrating electrolytes, and even contains more potassium than a banana! It can also help soothe the acidic environment in your stomach, which may give your upset stomach some relief.
5. Clean Protein
Whip up an organic whey protein shake! A high-quality whey protein supplement is packed with cysteine and glutathione, which are amino acids that can help speed up the release of hangover toxins from your body while boosting your immune system.
Alcohol also suppresses your body’s ability to absorb protein, so it’s a good idea to load up the next day.
6. Lemon Ginger Tea
Your gut takes a beating when you drink alcohol. If you’re especially prone to vomiting and an upset stomach while hungover, ginger is your new friend. Ginger is a powerful spice that has been proven to help alleviate your queasy, nauseous feeling. Combine it with a scoop of our Organic Bone Broth Protein powder for a healing combo. The gut-healing gelatin and amino acids make it the perfect addition to lemon ginger tea.
Simply grate some ginger and boil it with water. Allow it to steep for 20 minutes, then stir in the powder and top with a squeezed lemon. Serve it hot or cold, depending on what you’re up for!
7. Sleep it Off
Even if you were able to get some sleep after a night of heavy drinking, your body still needs rest the next day while you sober up. While alcohol may help you fall asleep faster, it ultimately disrupts sleep patterns and lessens your REM sleep, which is key to a good night's rest! That’s why you still feel tired, even if you sleep after boozing. Give yourself a little TLC and get some much-needed rest. You can thank us later.
Let’s face it, hangovers are kind of the worst. But they are a part of life, and often follow what was a good time!
If you’re waking up to a hangover, cut yourself some slack and try a couple of our natural remedies to get back on track in no time. We hope you enjoy yourselves, cut loose, stay safe, and enjoy #beingnatty!
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