Dr. Wongs Secret of Immortality

Sauce for rice, vegetables and/or fish.

Prepare a mix of two or three tablespoons of miso with enough water to give it a smooth, even consistency. Squeeze in one or two lemons. Grate a bit of fresh ginger, and add two tablespoons of cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil. Mix it all together. Use this sauce over your vegetables and rice. It is also delicious on fish. And kids love it.

Reference:
The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing
Ken Cohen
ISBN  0345421094

Alcoholic Poisoning

A few recipes from the straight forward, very practical and ingenious food branch of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) to cure hangovers from drinking to much alcohol.

a. 15 g tea infused in boiling water for 10 minutes. Drink a large cupful.
b. Put 15 g of withe sugar in 30 ml vinegar. Dilute with hot water, and when the sugar has completely dissolved drink.
c. Take 60. g black soya beans. Add a suitable amount of water and heat until boiling, then drink.

Reference:
Eating Your Way to Health: Dietotheraphy in Traditional Chinese Medicine
P. 66
ISBN 711901885X

My personal tips in order to avoid a severe hangover after a drinking binge:
(water, protein, sugar, salt, vitamins)

Drink a large amount of water
Eat a protein rich snack (ex. eggs and bacon, herring or salmon)
Spice with salt
Take a vitamin pill or a vitamin C
Drink Orange Juice

The body should of curse rest (sleep) to be able to recuperate properly. Drink 2 big glasses of water before going to bed.

The day after. Some light exercise and appropriate massage to relieve tensions may be in place after the circumstances. Some people feel that a walk helps. My girlfriend recommends a warm bath for the feet with herbs – against colds and others symptoms of discomfort!

Links:
Hangover wikipedia.org