Remedy finder is a diagnostic tool for educational purpose that looks up your patients' health conditions or medical signs and find remedy or remedies based on chosen gender, age, risk factors, illness, signs, symptoms and prevalence. The diagnosis tool lists home remedies such as ayurveda or ayurvedic medicine, homeopathic remedies, anthroposophy or anthroposophic medicine, homeopathy and herbal medicine, vitamins and supplements.

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Tkay
2012-09-19 07:07:13
First of all you should have pletny of water before drinking it ot be using some form of aspirin. Open a beer before going to bed let him go to the bedside all night. If you wake up in the morning, drink the beer and head out of the greasy fast food place. Here in California, and Tommy would eat a big greasy meal, go home take a nap and you should feel better. This method has proven itself a well-established by my family and all my friends and I swear by this

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Klaus
2012-12-01 13:38:48
Not getting that drunk. Ehrlich.Das very best remdey is still a preventive. Take two aspirin (not tylenol) and AB complex / vitamin C combo along with a large glass of water before bed. Until you get enough sleep, will usually prevent that hangover, as it back in your body all the things to drink wegnimmt.Ffcr the moment Sleep, water or Gatorade, and if you can stomach the same vitamins as above.
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