In the African country of Niberia, the locals will probably serve you a mixture of clotted cream, dark rum, spiced rum, cream liqueur, and whole cream. The remedy is called Buffalo Milk.
After a big night out, Peruvians usually eat fish soup with lime juice, lemon juice, garlic and ginger.
One of the nastiest cures on this list is from the US. In the Wild West days, hungover cowboys made something called "pellet tea" by steeping rabbit droppings in hot water.
The traditional hangover killer in Australia is Vegemite toast. Vegemite is a dark brown food paste made from leftover brewers yeast extract with various vegetable and spice additives.
A bowl of spicy noodle soup is what usually cures hangovers in Thailand. It comes in many forms including yellow noodles, glass noodles or wide noodles and topped with beef, fish balls, pork, chicken, pigs blood or duck.
After a wild night of drinking in Canada, you'l be served a bowl of thick-cut french fries, with chunks of cheese curd, smothered in a savory gravy. Poutine is one of the tastiest cures on the list.
Drinkers in Bangladesh fight hangovers with coconut water. Coconut water is high in potassium and contains many helpful ingredients such as antioxidants.
In Hungary there are tame remedies such as fried bread rubbed with a cut clove of garlic or with a strong broth, but there is one hangover cure in Hungary that seems to be extremely disgusting. Sparrow droppings in brandy. Yes, you read that right.
Eggs have been thought to ease the next-day pain of overdrinking, but if you get drunk in Phillipines, you are advised to eat a poached, fertilized duck embryo called "balut."
After drinking too much wine, the French usually soothe their upset bellies and heads with a strong onion soup, bread and cheese.
Germans are among the nations who trust the healing power of pickles and sour food. A Popular remedy in Germany is Rollmops which are fillets of pickled herring wrapped around bits of gherkin and onion.
In Haiti, local drinkers use voodoo to cure the evils of alcohol. The Haitians insert 13 pins into the cork of the bottle that caused the hangover, ostensibly expelling the aches and nausea associated with excessive alcohol.
Next to tripe soup made with garlic and onion, Mexicans cure hangover with "vuelva a la vida", (meaning "return to life") which is a seafood cocktail mixed with tomato juice and vegetable salad "pico de gallo."
Norway As a cure to hangover, they use Lutefisk dried cod that has been soaked in lye, then steamed and served with butter.
In Poland, many people turn to pickle juice. The salt in the pickle juice helps the body retain water which helps with dehydration.
In the Ukraine a thick soup called the "solyanka" is prescribed. It consists of a wide selection of smoked meat, chunks of beef, sundry vegetables, pickles, black olives, lemon slices, capers, sour cream and dill.
In ancient Rome, Pliny the Elder recommended eating a deep-frying a canary drinking too much alcohol, they ate deep fried canary. We don't know whether the bird was beheaded and skinned or eaten whole.
The Chinese have many methods of fighting hangover. One of the most popular is a meal called congee, which is a rice porridge that takes on many variations in the country.
The most common hangover remedy in the Czech Republic is pickled gherkins and sausages called utopenci for breakfast.
In Outer Mongolia, hangovers are remedied by drinking tomato juice with a pair of pickled sheep eyes.
A traditional way of soothing a hangover in Sicily is snacking on a dried bulls penis. It was believed to restore your virility.
A typical Turkish hangover cure is a tripe soup made with with garlic, onions and cream.
Vietnamese are convinced that ground rhino horns mixed with hot water helps to cure not only hangover but almost everything else from allergies to cancer.