The gelcaps are packaged in a little bottle that comes in a little satchel with a little tag for instructions – very Alice in Wonderland but they go down smooth and feel all natural while they’re doing it. There’s kind of an herb-alicious multi grain scent to them, and the ingredients list reads like the salad section at Applebees. Below it, “embrace the oxymoron: become a healthier drinker.” Hmm.
The fellows over at THC contacted Caveday to do a review of their product. Who were we to say no? As we continue the hunt for the best hangover cure, we agreed to review THC, really pushing the boundaries of the product and our livers. Alcohol was consumed in mass quantities. Dancefloors were wrecked. Friendships were made and shattered in the blink of an eye. The night was epic and The Hangover Cure was put to a test that most gods would fear.
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Amongst many circles, the Vietnamese noodle soup Phở (pronounced Fuh), is heralded as the best hangover cure known to mankind. What do we say here at Caveday? Phở shizzle.
Phở is a magical soup made of beef, broth and rice noodles. Seriously, its magic. I’ll explain later. It is served in a bowl with thin cuts of well done or rare steak. For the more adventurous sort, tripe (stomach), tendons, liver, chicken hearts, or other risky business can be added. The broth is made from a simmered concoction of which only a level 50 Vietnamese wizard may be privy to the secret. Continue reading
In search of the best hangover cure and the answer to all our prayers, Caveday has stumbled open some weird hangover cures along the way. From herbal remedies to black magic, we’ve seen it all. And frankly, we’re desperate enough to try them.
From the country that created tentacle cartoon porn and vending machines that sell panties, leave it to the Japanese to come up with a strange hangover cure. Meet the umeboshi picked plum. Hungover Japanese people will suck on these sour plums until they dissolve. The idea is that the acid in the umeboshi will break down the alcohol faster. Considering that most Japanese business negotiations happen over sake and whiskey, and Japanese are strong in business, this probably works. I’m going to try it out. Tomorrow morning.
Round 3. The war against bogus hangover cures concludes in this final battle. Caveday.com takes on greasy food, exercise, throwing up, and staying positive.
In every culture across the globe, greasy and fattening food have been a go-to hangover cure for thousands of years. This method for hangover liberation is popular because your appetite is so bass ackwards, that you’ll only let the most delicious food possible enter your mouth. Namely, crap. Hit up your local burger shop, Mexican hole in the wall, diner, or pizza parlor and go nuts. Some of the top picked hangover helpers include breakfast burritos, cheeseburgers, and anything from Denny’s.
Thank you for tuning into part two of this saga for truth. We’ve spent some considerable time in the lab, researching and busting more hangover cures. In this episode, we visit anti-hangover pills, caffeine, and sex as potentials for hangover relief. So next time you look for a hangover helper on Suicide Sunday, remember what you’ve learned from your pals at Caveday and be sure to visit our Hangover Facts page.
We get a lot of questions on the topic: which hangover cures work and which ones don’t? As we already know, the only real remedy is spending time in the darkness drinking water (see Caveday). There is a lot of bullshit floating around on the internet and the topic of hangover cures is no exception. We decided to put together a three part article, laying the smack down on bunk hangover cures. Let us begin on this quest for truth…
It’s no secret that the consumption of alcohol escalates during the holiday season.
This is partly due to the anticipatory air that pervades the countdown to the New Year. The neighborhood is lit with festive lights and malls are decked in a full-force holiday blitzkrieg. Companies throw office parties. Friends throw ugly sweater parties. Old friends return to town and families glutton over glorious feasts. On top of it all, there is NO WORK, unless you’re employed by a douche company, which you should quit anyways. Continue reading
Hello, readers. In preparation for the most intoxicating, debaucherous, and hangover-inducing holiday of the year, we thought we should write a Halloween costume guide. Note: this is a little off topic as most of our articles cover hangovers or drinking itself. Except for the costumes and the turnout, Halloween isn’t unlike any other day of the year. Now, onto the guide…
Be creative and funny. This is one of the many rare chances we have to show our creative sides. Be right-brained for once. You don’t have to spend a lot of money. In fact, sometimes cheaper is better. Not to toot my own horn, but here’s what I put together last year after I found out that I couldn’t find a Dark Helmet costume for under $200.
We’re not going to go into examples of amusing costume ideas. That would take all the fun away, wouldn’t it? However, we will tell you what not to do.
What do you like to eat when you’re drunk? We’re talking about food you like to eat when you’re actually drunk, not the next day when you’re hungover. That’s an entirely different subject altogether. We at Caveday conducted an extensive online survey asking this question. We asked people on Facebook, so you know this survey is legit. Here’s what we found…
The formula is simple. Salt + Fat + Heat = Food. Violate any of the variables of this equation and it simply isn’t edible. When asked specifically what kind of food people eat while intoxicated, mostly everyone opted for Mexican and the rest chose Taco Bell.