Just where is Mila Kunis getting her medical advice?
In GQ's Men of the Year issue, the "Knockout of the Year" honoree and star of "Friends With Benefits" offered to help writer Michael Idov cure his sore throat with an unusual remedy.
"Let's get some Cabernet going," she told Idov after preparing some hot tea in her apartment. "It'll make you feel better and it will make you drunk."
After handing off the $50 Grgich Hills Cabernet Franc bottle to Idov, Kunis decided it was "perfect for boiling" and poured it into a saucepan.
She then added green tea powder ("It's vitamins!"), two gel caps of fish oil ("What's the difference? It's all going to end up liquefied and syrupy"), apple cider vinegar ("Because that's just always good for you"), and Ayurvedic chai.
Kunis, 28, then agreed to test the concoction with Idov. "I'll get wasted with you on this wine," she told him. "F-ck it. It's good for you!"
Unhappy with the results, Kunis then decided to add an extra ingredient: hard alcohol. "I have vodka and I have tequila," she told Idov. "What do you think kills germs better?"
The Golden Globe nominee settled on a bottle of Ketel One vodka, pouring half of it into their mugs. "There. Healthy!" she exclaimed. "This will kill everything."