There are many more where this came from:
Rabbit-dropping tea was a favourite of cowboys from the old west to counter the effects of too much whiskey the night before. This concoction actually featured in the original script for Brokeback Mountain, but the scene was later cut.
Sicilians eat a dried bull’s penis. A famous Celtic cure is to bury the
sufferer in moist river sand.
The Romanians, Mexicans and Turks all recommend tripe boiled in a greasy, salty soup with garlic and cream. The Prairie Oyster is an American favourite – a concoction of tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce and a raw egg – and the Polish sip sour pickle juice, and the Japanese, pickled plums.