Over-the-counter hangover remedies
A natural supplement that comes in a 2.4 oz bottle, Last Round is a blend of kudzu root, stevia leaf, green tea leaf, ginko leaf and Ural licorice root. It tastes something like a Ricola cough drop and they recommend one bottle before bed and one bottle when you wake up. Worked for me.
Two effervescent tablets. They recommend you take this when you wake up with a hangover. Kind of like the modern version of Alka-Seltzer, you plop two tablets into a glass of water and drink it once the fizzing stops. Made up of aspirin and caffeine, Blowfish is good for headaches but not necessarily hangovers.
Billed as a hangover prevention remedy, Bytox is different in that it is a patch. An all-natural blend of vitamins (A, B1, B2, Be, B5, B6, B9, B12, D, E, and K) with some acai berry throw in for good measure. The trick with this is that you’ve got to apply it 45 minutes before consuming alcohol and then keep it on for at least 8 hours after you’ve stopped drinking. Oh, and you need to apply it on a dry, hairless area. Which is why I never tried this because an area like that does not exist on me.