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CHARCOAL - 木炭
Carbo ligni

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Description

Composition :
100% Carbo ligni

Part used :
Charcoal

Charcoal is made from air-dried wood which is heated to 275° Celsius (527° Fahrenheit). The temperature of the wood subsequently rises to approx. 350° to 400° Celsius (662° to 752° Fahrenheit), burning off the more volatile compounds and leaving behind the charcoal.

Charcoal is a natural way to neutralize stomach acidity and it helps to prevent any disease caused by stomach acidity. It contains alkaline mineral salts and for centuries was considered a versatile household remedy which was applied with acute and chronic poisoning, stomach upset, diarrhea and any disorder of the digestive tract in general. Charcoal binds toxins in the digestive tract and speeds up elimination. It has beneficial properties for treatment of circulatory disorders, varicose veins, nausea and hemorrhoids. It should be part of any first aid kit (may be stored almost infinitely).

Note: In case of acute poisoning, use charcoal immediately, even in very high dose, and follow up with a inquiry at a poison control center (American Association of Poison Centers, AAPCC) to determine whether a irrigation of the stomach or any other measure may be required.

How do you make Charcol:

Dosage

Take 2-6 capsules daily, with plenty of water.

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