VINNIE PAUL Says Pickle Juice Is Ultimate Hangover Remedy

VINNIE PAUL Says Pickle Juice Is Ultimate Hangover Remedy

Rooster of the 94.5 FMX radio station in Lubbock, Texas recently conducted an interview with former PANTERA and current HELLYEAH drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

Asked what he would recommend as a hangover remedy, Vinnie said: "There's a couple of things. There's two things that would really do it for you. Obviously, the one that people are pretty aware of that we've been doing for years, which is pedialyte [the electrolyte-loaded liquid, which is given to dehydrated babies]. It definitely has about, I don't know, ten times the electrolytes of Gatorade or anything like that. [Drink] a bottle of that and that'll get you back on the right track. And then, to me, even a more immediate cure, which I discovered that I really love, is pickle juice, man. I don't know what it is, but something about the vinegar gets up right up to your muscles and rehydrates you and gets you back going. I drink almost a bottle of pickle juice every day, man, and it keeps me going great."

HELLYEAH's fourth album, "Blood For Blood", sold around 17,000 copies in its first week of release to land at No. 18 on the Billboard chart. The band's previous effort, 2011's "Band Of Brothers", opened with 19,000 copies back in July 2012 to debut at No. 19.

HELLYEAH is currently touring North America as guests of FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH and VOLBEAT.

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