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Activated charcoal for intoxications


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Excerpt: I got intoxicated recently after visiting a party, and my friend there gave me activated charcoal, saying it would solve the problem. I did not argue, and took it. I did get better, but I wonder if this was by chance only. How can carbon help?

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    Activated charcoal for intoxications

    I got intoxicated recently after visiting a party, and my friend there gave me activated charcoal, saying it would solve the problem. I did not argue, and took it. I did get better, but I wonder if this was by chance only. How can carbon help?

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    Re: Activated charcoal for intoxications

    Activated charcoal is a very good sorbent, and it is in fact used in many filters for that particular reason. So it is definitely a good supplement to use when you get an intoxication.

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    Re: Activated charcoal for intoxications

    I doubt it. At best it helped you with toxins from a hangover.

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    Re: Activated charcoal for intoxications

    i learned about activated charcoal when my dog ate chocolate and it saved her life at the ER

    i have since used it when i have had stomach upset from gas, to naseau, to diarhea. i would always recommend using it if you travel abroad to help with food poisoning. it is something i always keep in my kitchen.
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    Re: Activated charcoal for intoxications

    I have never used an activated charcoal supplement so I can't speak from personal experience but the product does have a lot of science behind it and I have heard nothing but positive reviews.

    Again, I can't talk about my own personal experiences but scientifically speaking - 100% yes it will help your body detoxify.

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    Re: Activated charcoal for intoxications

    Yes, it will absolutely help your stomach but will do nothing for actually being intoxicated. That just takes time for your body to process the alcohol.



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