On the other hand, the raw egg mixture looks surprisingly appetising in comparison to historical ancient hangover remedies. In medieval Europe, it was common to grind raw eel with almonds to consume in the aftermath of a long night. Some suggest to combat alcohol with alcohol, with concoctions made from vodka.
Perhaps, the most aesthetically pleasing is the most recent archeological discovery of a gold and amethyst ring in Yavne, Israel. Believed to be from the Byzantine era, pre 7th century, amethyst was thought to have many health benefits, including hangover cures. Many of the wealthy wore elaborate jewels as forms of both healing crystals and signs of their affluence. On the other hand, the archeologists who discovered the ring believe that it had been lost, dropped off the hand of its wealthy owner - probably on a drunken night.
To be honest, considering the unappetising ingredients in modern and ancient hangover remedies and the price of using amethyst as a cure, they probably aren’t worth it. After a night out, it's probably best to stick to the safe bets: lots of water and some food, and maybe a paracetamol.