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Dram Hair of the Dog Hangover TonicThe holidays are a time when even the healthiest Well+Good reader (or writer) will throw caution to the wind and sip from champagne flutes more than Organic Avenue bottles. And sometimes pay the price.

Instead of deli egg sandwiches, we’re typically fans of this simple remedy of lemon and water or a shot of Eboost.

And then we spied this intriguing recommendation from the smart nutritionists at Foodtrainers: Dram Apothecary’s “Hair of the Dog” Hangover Tonic ($18). It’s a blend of bitter herbs plus ginger, orange peel, licorice, and fennel seed.

You can add it to tea, juice, water, or just place a few drops under your tongue to help combat an excess of champagne toasts.

Then, come January 1, it’s back to the green juice for all of us.