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Treatment with charcoal on the liver and stomach

Charcoal for liver problems and stomach

Its high porosity, large amounts of gaps, cracks, corners, makes powdered charcoal absorbs the various harmful gases that arise eg in the intestines, also captures foreign proteins, toxic substances that the body excretes, and the remnants of metabolism or pollution reaching along with the food and the air.

With these advantages charcoal is recommended for indoor and outdoor use in the various diseases of bee stings and other insect starting on neonatal jaundice, and allergic reactions to various poisonous plants in the ending.

How to take the charcoal?

It is assumed that the daily dosage may be 1 tablespoon a day. It should Stir in 1 cup of warm water and drink in the morning.

Note! Long treatment can not be carried out during the summer. In winter, autumn, early spring can take up to 12 weeks.

This helps with bloating, diarrhea, indigestion, liver disease, and may be particularly helpful for troublesome intestinal gases, systematic diarrhea, indigestion and liver ailments.

Charcoal + herbs for the liver and stomach

It charcoal mixed with herbs for digestion such as powder of cumin, anise, fennel. This will improve the taste of Spec and its medicinal properties. Such prepared mixture helps in a variety of problems, gastro-entero-hepatic.

Dosage: 1 teaspoon powder 1/4 cup of warm water. Drink in the morning.


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