In ancient times each population provided its remedies to cure a hangover, some quite bizarre, at least to judge by the yardstick of today.
I Romans, that were much pleasure-as is known and loved too the pleasures of the table, They used to accompany meals with copious amounts of came, which often resulted in a solemn drunkenness.
To say the least the singular recipes Recommended by Pliny the Elder to his fellow citizens to recover quickly.
According to the great writer, the sheep lung roasted and owl eggs marinated in wine for three days, They were a blessing.
Otherwise you could entrust, Always according to Pliny, to a proven own recipe of Assyrians, or ash chopped swallow beak mixed with wine and myrrh.
More credible and no ingredients that seem drawn from a sorcery of the manual system Greeks: after a hangover, they depuravano the body by drinking plenty of water and eating cabbage (Photo gives: storiaefantasydotcom1.wordpress.com).