If you woke up this morning feeling a little under the weather, know that you're not alone. All around the world, revelers are rising with a pounding headache, waves of nausea, and, after a night of wearing some serious beer goggles, 20/20 vision that's clear as day. Hangovers may be a universal experience, but each culture boasts its own cures. From simple solutions to seemingly bizarre behaviors, check out cure-all ideas from around the world.
China: Green Tea
In China, strong green tea  or water with lemon is a popular next-day hangover remedy.
Romania: Tripe Soup
Romanians turn to ciorba de burta, or tripe soup , to cure their hangovers. Cow stomach is boiled with cream, root vegetables, garlic, vinegar, and salt. The same remedy is popular in Mexico and Turkey as well.
Germany: Pickled Herring
When hungover, Germans turn to rollmops, a snack of onion and gherkin wrapped in pickled herring . It's part of the German hangover breakfast known as katerfrüstück.
United States: Prairie Oyster
The counterirritant known as the prairie oyster — hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper, and a raw egg yolk — was once the hair-of-the-dog choice in America , but it's unclear whether it was truly a hangover cure or merely a distraction.
Mexico: Seafood Cocktail
The hangover cure in Mexico  is vuelva a la vida, a wet seafood salad of shrimp, tomatoes, lime, onions, and cilantro. It literally translates as "return to life."
Japan: Pickled Preserved Plums
The Japanese  swear by umeboshi, or pickled plums, for curing hangovers, along with other remedies such as green tea, persimmons, and miso soup with freshwater clams.
Poland: Pickle Juice
In Poland, it's all about swigging sour drinks  to get rid of hangovers. Poles drink sour pickle juice or soured milk.
In Italy, strong, homemade coffee  is considered the ultimate hangover cure.
The Netherlands: Whatever You Had Last Night
In the Netherlands, the cure to a bad hangover  is the hair of the dog that bit the night before. Maybe it was shots of Jägermeister, maybe it was cocktails, or maybe it was just plain ol' beer.