Hangover Cure

Let's say it's the morning after a night out, and you're royally hungover. Headache, dry-heaving, the works. What's your go-to remedy? If you're like many Americans, anything greasy, cheesy and/or bacon-y is it. But if you visit another country, that breakfast cure might change from delicious and comforting to eccentric and shocking.

British design agency NeoMam didn't create the below infographics for the weak-stomached. Why? Because one way to get rid of hangovers is with pickled sheep eyeballs in tomato juice. THAT'S WHY. The Italians tend to go a different route with pizzle, or dried bull's penis, while Peruvians fancy "fish scrape". Don't ask.

If you've successfully avoided gagging thus far, then read on brave soul. Of course, we're curious to know how common these hangover cures really are and we're sure in some parts of the world, pancakes soaked in syrup and fried pig aren't the ideal cure. So sound off in the comments below. Sparrow droppings in brandy and sheep lungs lie ahead.

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

Hangover Cure

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Cameron Simcik

Cameron is a Philadelphia native who is borderline obsessed with chocolate, coffee and sushi. She writes for TheFW and The Daily Meal, and making a mean chocolate chip cookie is her specialty. She also tries pizza everywhere she travels in hopes someday she'll become one of those cool pizza snobs.