The Puerto Rican hangover remedy in two views.
People with pounding hangovers in Puerto Rico have long believed rubbing a slice of lemon or lime under your armpit of your drinking arm will prevent dehydration and as a result, prevent headaches.
The general belief is that you do this before you start drinking.
Now we understand the olfactory benefits of smelling citrusy before you start stinking the place up, but why only the drinking arm? What happens if or when you down a shot with the non-fruit rubbed arm?
All in all, this remedy emitting out of Puerto Rico stinks of bunk.
Medical experts agree that there is no strictly "safe" level of alcohol consumption. Find out more facts about alcohol use and heath here.
The opinions of a bazillion people can't be wrong, right? Here's a list of hangover cures from all around the world. But beware, some of them might be worse than what got you there.
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