This Vegan Burger Cures Hangover Thanks To One Bizarre Toxin Cleaning Ingredient!

Surely, there is only one fool-proof way to avoid hangover. And that is – avoid drinking altogether.

I don’t like alcohol, and would often get weird looks when I even refuse a glass of wine, but I do know a few people, who would be grateful for a hangover solution that works. Especially if they need to work the day after they drank!

Perhaps the more unusual such solution comes courtesy of Real Grounded Cafe, a vegan cafe in Sydney.

It was founded by Ursula Zajaczkowski, who went vegan after suffering from scary adverse effects of animal products.

Her cafe offers a lot in the way of charcoal foods, a decision she made in October this year once she researched the ingredient’s health properties.

A Vegan Burger Cures Hangover Thanks To One Bizarre Toxin Cleaning Ingredient!

“A healthy lifestyle is important to me and I first came across activated charcoal when I had an acute allergic reaction a few years ago,’ she told Daily Mail Australia .

“I was pumped up with drugs to combat the reactions but that didn’t make things any better; so I reviewed everything that I consumed in order to to turn my life around.”

Not only does charcoal possess detoxifying properties, but it’s also said to be an ingredient which can help to beat hangovers.

Ursula continues: “For me, activated charcoal was the only thing I could take to absorb and bind any toxins that had entered my system.

“As activated charcoal absorbs both both toxins and nutrients, I’ve only ever taken it in light moderation as an internal cleanser for my body.”

Activated charcoal has been used by hospitals for a long time, owing to its ability to stop poisons and lethal overdoses.

It has also been used to lessen the effects of food poisoning and hangovers.

Elaine Ramiro, the cafe’s head chef, spent three months perfecting menu items using charcoal,

and during this time came up with detoxifying pancakes de noir, vegan chickpea burger with Charcoal Brioche and ‘Char-Chee Tonic’.

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It’s important to note that activated charcoal isn’t the same as regular BBQ charcoal – so please don’t go blending that in your smoothies.

Instead it’s produced by heating coconut shells to extremely high temperatures until they are carbonised, or completely incincerated.

The resulting ash is then processed with steam or hot air at equally high temperatures to produce a microporous structure.