One of the oldest, most common miseries known to man goes by a variety of names. What the medical community recognizes as veisalgia (from the Greek root algos, for “pain and grief”), Germans refer to as katzenjammer (“wailing cats”); when Scottish poet Robert Burns described feeling “ramfeezled and forswunk” in the late 18th century, he was invoking the same malady that modern-day French-speakers call gueule de bois ("wooden mouth").
Here in the U.S., of course, we just call it a hangover. Here are 9 of the strangest hangover cures out there.
This piece originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.