In the United States, drinking pickle juice is considered a remedy for hangovers. It's believed that the combination of electrolytes and vinegar in pickle juice helps rehydrate and replenish lost nutrients.
In Romania, a popular hangover cure is a bowl of "ciorbă de burtă," a tripe soup made from cow stomach. It's believed that the high fat content helps alleviate hangover symptoms.
The Prairie Oyster is a concoction made of raw egg yolk, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar, hot sauce, and sometimes a splash of alcohol. It's believed to cure hangovers by replenishing nutrients and providing a spicy kick.
In Japan, umeboshi, or pickled plums, are used as a remedy for hangovers. The high acidity and salt content are thought to help restore balance and aid in recovery.
Some Mongolian traditions involve drinking a concoction made from pickled sheep's eyeballs in tomato juice. It's believed to have revitalizing properties.
Haejangguk, which translates to "hangover soup," is a spicy beef broth containing vegetables and sometimes congealed ox blood. It's a popular choice in South Korea to ease hangover symptoms.
In parts of Canada, particularly in the prairie regions, people might consume a Prairie Chicken, which is a shot of whiskey mixed with a raw egg and Tabasco sauce, similar to a variation of a Prairie Oyster.
In certain regions of Spain, particularly in Madrid, it's believed that consuming bull penis can alleviate a hangover. It's typically served grilled or in stews.