Hot Sauce and Aspirin

Some tips and tricks to survive a hangover.

If you saw yesterday’s teaser, you saw some photographic evidence of a good time. Around the time of the blurb I switched to wine, good idea, right? I’m a genius! So, there I was ordering a bottle of wine to close down the night, thinking, I know I promised I would use açaí as this week’s drinking aid, but I really want to function tomorrow, and what if it doesn’t work? Rational drunkies are rare gems. Since I was using my smarty pants, but I didn’t want to totally tank the experiment, I opted for 1/3 the recommended dosage of Drinkwel with my last glass of wine. That’s 2 capsules, FYI. It did the trick. I woke up feeling like I wasn’t going to die, but still had enough of a hangover to try the supposed miracle food. Açaí has a lot of magnesium, potassium, fiber, calcium, protein and vitamin A. It is missing the critical b complex and milk thistle, but I got that in the Drinkwel last night, so I figured it might be ok. Now, I’m not a huge fad foodie, and this weekend was my first foray into açaí, so it was a surprise that it was served up like ice cream. Ice cream that no one wants. It’s like the pineapple of pizza toppings. It’s still pizza, but no one really wants it. However, that’s not the point of all this. The point is, I feel marginally better. And as time continues to pass that feeling of betterment increases. Is it a magical cure? No. Will it help get you over the hump? Probably. Is it worth it? I don’t know your life. Do you like pineapple pizza?

As always, thank you for reading, liking and following. Hop over to Instagram and like me over there @hot_sauce_and_aspirin and tag your favorite drink pics with #HelloDrunkies so I can see what you are up to. Don’t drink and drive, be a good citizen of the earth, etc! I love you, drunkies!

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