Treatment of alcoholism with dung mushrooms
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Read part 1. ← How to grow dung beetles koprinus - little-known edible mushrooms
Coprinus dung grayDunghill gray
, completely harmless under normal conditions, causes poisoning in those people who have drunk a fair amount of it before eating it. Poisoning is expressed in severe nausea and even vomiting, painful palpitations, severe redness of the skin. These phenomena soon disappear without a trace.
However, if a drinker tries to get drunk, the poisoning will repeat with the same force. This is explained by the fact that gray dung beetle contains the chemical koprin, dissolving in alcohol, it penetrates into the blood, and then into the liver. Of course, dung beetle is a toxic product, but it does not cause fatal poisoning.
The action of the substances contained in gray dung beetle, based on the oxidation of alcohol in the body, turned out to be so effective that Czechoslovak scientists suggested using this mushroom as a simple, cheap and affordable
... Shimmering dung beetle has similar properties.
Before treatment, the mushrooms must be properly dried, and most importantly - on time - to have time to dry. Immediately after harvesting, the mushrooms are cleaned, washed and placed in a large shallow frying pan, put on low heat and fried, stirring constantly, until the water has completely evaporated. The resulting mass is ground into a powder in a coffee grinder.
White dung beetle also has the same property, but it acts much softer, does not cause such a reaction as gray dung beetle, but it performs its main function - to latently develop aversion to alcohol - it performs perfectly. Scientists mycologists of St. Petersburg have developed the drug "Fungo-Shi Koprinus" on the basis of white dung beetle for the treatment of drunkenness.
The main condition: add powder from two capsules to food in the morning (a person who drinks during the day will always find a glass of alcohol himself) and do this for at least three months. Already by the end of the second month, alcohol consumption should be halved due to the body's unwillingness to provoke itself.
The drug "Fungo-Shi Koprinus" is absolutely safe, does not cause poisoning and allergic reactions. But the treatment should still be carried out under the supervision of a doctor so that no complications occur.
In addition to good taste and anti-alcohol properties, dung beetle has other advantages. For example, researchers with diabetes have learned from their own experience that eating dung beetle significantly lowers blood sugar.
Other application... Of particular interest are the cellulase enzymes of the coprinus fungi, with the help of which the fungus decomposes and assimilates fiber. The first tests to obtain organic fertilizers from wood waste using dung beetle were carried out in the USSR in 1966. Sawdust compost, obtained with the participation of the fungus and applied to the soil, has tripled the lettuce yield.
Tatiana Lybina, gardener, Dzhezkazgan Photo by the author
Tea mushroom. How to grow yourself
History kombucha dates back several centuries. The first mentions of the use of this drink date back to 220 BC, to the time of the Jing dynasty in ancient China, where it was called "Kombuha". The term "kombucha" is still used in some cultures to refer to kombucha.
Kombucha is a colony of beneficial microorganisms floating on the surface of a special liquid. Kombucha tends to contain many beneficial yeast strainsthat convert sugar into alcohol. One of the most abundant beneficial bacteria in the structure of kombucha, Gluconacetobacter xylinus is a major producer of microbiological cellulose. This microorganism converts ethanol to acetic acid, which reduces the alcohol content of kombucha and increases probiotic foods.
The acidic environment of kombucha protects against mold and pathogenic bacteria. In addition, kombucha produces many beneficial substances:
• organic acids (acetic, gluconic, oxalic, lemon, apple, milk, kojic)
• vitamins (ascorbic acid, thiamine, vitamin D)
• enzymes (catalase, lipase, protease, carbohydrase, zymase, levansacharase)
• lipids (sterols, foefatids, fatty acids)
• Sahara (monosaccharides, diaccharides)
• pigments (chlorophyll, xanthophyll)
• purine bases from tea leaves
• resins and tannins from tea leaves
Let's talk separately about the antibacterial effects of kombucha.
It has been biologically proven that kombucha has a broad spectrum of antibacterial activity. According to scientists, the antibacterial activity of the liquid in which kombucha grows and develops is mainly due to the presence of biologically active substances in it.
Kombucha is effective against a number of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria that die in a kombucha solution within 10 to 120 minutes.
Spores of bacteria (anthrax pathogens, soil spore-bearing bacteria) and mold fungi (Penicillium, Aspergillus) turned out to be more resistant to kombucha, they died after 1 - 4 days in the solution.
The most sensitive to the action of kombucha were streptococci, which died after 1 hour when exposed to undiluted kombucha.
Studies have shown that kombucha liquid can become a remedy for a home medicine cabinet against infectious diseases caused by various pathogenic microorganisms. And for prevention, it is enough just to drink a drink daily.
How to grow kombucha from scratch
Growing mushroom from black tea
If a tea mushroom you only need a delicious drink with a tonic effect, you can grow kombucha only from black tea. To do this, you will need a three-liter jar, gauze, a teapot, boiling water, sugar and large-leaf black tea (the most common, no additives).
First you need to prepare a three-liter jar. To do this, you need to thoroughly wash it without using chemicals, you can do this with ordinary baking soda. This bank will become the residence of the mushroom. The mushroom is very fond of cleanliness, so this stage must be carried out as carefully as possible, otherwise it will die before it can grow.
Next, you need to prepare a solution in which the kombucha will grow. To do this, pour five tablespoons of black tea into the teapot and pour 0.5 liters of them. boiling water, cool and then add 7 tablespoons of sugar to the tea leaves, stir thoroughly and strain through cheesecloth. Then you need to pour the resulting solution into a three-liter jar, cover it with a gauze cloth on top and put it in a warm place for about a month and a half.
After about 1 - 1.5 weeks, a strong vinegar smell will appear - this is normal, it should be so. After 5-6 days, the smell will practically disappear, and a thin film forms on the surface of the liquid - this is the kombucha. Every day he will be thicker and thicker - the growth of the fungus does not stop all his life.
Growing a mushroom from rose hips
If you want to grow kombucha - not only to remove thirst, but also for health, it is best to give preference to growing from rose hips. Such tea mushroom very useful in the cold season, during the flu and cold season, as well as in the spring, when vitamin deficiency is activated. The principle of growing is the same as from a simple brew, but there are some peculiarities.
First you need to prepare a rosehip infusion. For this, 4 tbsp. tablespoons of fresh or dried berries should be placed in a thermos, pour 0.5, l. boiling water and leave for five days.
After the rosehip infusion is ready, you can proceed directly to growing the mushroom. Thoroughly wash a three-liter jar, pour the rosehip infusion and the pre-prepared tea leaves into it - at the rate of a tablespoon of large-leaf black tea per glass of boiling water and 5 tablespoons of sugar. Leave the mixture for a day.
After a day, strain the solution through cheesecloth, rinse the jar and pour the infusion into the jar again. Cover the jar with a gauze cloth, previously folded in several layers and place in a warm, dark place. Further, the process will develop in the same way as in the first method. First, a strong vinegar smell will appear, which will soon disappear, and after about 1.5 - 2 months. the mushroom itself is formed.
Growing a kombucha at home is only half the battle. The second equally important half is proper care of the mushroom. If this is not done, then at best, the drink resulting from the life of the mushroom will not taste good and resemble vinegar. And at worst, the kombucha grown with such care will simply die.
The main indicator of the health of kombucha is that it should always be on the surface of the water. If the mushroom has sunk to the bottom, or, after refilling the tea leaves, refuses to float up again, it is very likely that it is sick and needs to be treated.
Initially, when the cultivation of the mushroom is just beginning, there is about 0.5 liters of liquid in the jar. But when the mushroom has already grown, there should be much more liquid - about three liters. The liquid will be drunk periodically and it is necessary to regularly top up the liquid.
To do this, you can use an already dormant tea leaves - pour boiling water over it, cool and add about 2 tbsp. tablespoons of sugar, strain, then pour into a jar.
It is important to ensure that all the sugar in the tea leaves is completely dissolved - the sugar grains should never come into contact with the surface of the mushroom.
Once every two to three weeks, be sure to arrange a bath day for the kombucha. Remove the mushroom itself from the jar very carefully, put it on a wide plate, trying not to deform it too much. Thoroughly strain the liquid containing the mushroom with a gauze cloth and pour into a clean three-liter jar.
Place the plate with the mushroom in the sink and gently rinse with warm (but not hot) water, leave in the air for a couple of minutes.
Then, also carefully transfer the kombucha to the jar and cover with a gauze cloth.
If this is not done, the mushroom will start to hurt - at first it will acquire a brown tint, and then it will begin to exfoliate altogether. It is very difficult to save such a mushroom, and in most cases it is easier to grow a new one. And it is generally not recommended to drink a drink from such a kombucha, because it not only loses its benefits, but also becomes dangerous to health. Remember that the infusion of kombucha should always be extremely transparent.
Another prerequisite for the health of kombucha is its proper storage.
1. The optimum temperature should not exceed 18 degrees.
2. It is necessary to provide sufficient illumination. For the normal functioning of the kombucha, the daylight hours should be at least 8 hours. But direct sunlight must be avoided, so in no case place the jar of kombucha on the windowsill.
The benefits of kombucha
- Metabolism and the immune system
Kombucha drink contains much more nutrients than the most expensive vitamin and mineral complex. Vitamins, minerals, carbonic, lactic and other acids, minerals, enzymes - this is not a complete list. Therefore, kombucha drink is very useful for the immune system and normalizes metabolism.
- Digestive tract: Drinking kombucha has a beneficial effect on the digestive system. Gastritis, colitis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, dysbiosis are significantly reduced after a week if you drink just one glass of kombucha drink every day on an empty stomach. And its regular use contributes to a complete cure. In addition, the drink is very good at eliminating even the most severe heartburn.
Knowing how to grow and care for kombucha, you can enjoy a delicious and healthy drink all year round.
Alcoholism is a chronic disease in which the human body becomes addicted to drinking. Alcoholism is common among people with psychological and physical problems, as well as in families where parents abuse alcohol.
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Eating mushroom caps
The body of the cap fungus does not have the ability to independently synthesize organic substances necessary for its life. He receives all useful compounds from the substrate on which it grows. This type of food is called heterotrophic, it is characteristic of fungi and animals. In some ways, lichens are heterotrophs. These organisms are the result of the symbiosis of fungi and algae.
Nutrients are transported through the mycelium. Cells are capable of absorbing only substances dissolved and broken down to simple compounds. Therefore, the mycelium secretes into the external environment enzymes that "digest" complex carbohydrates, proteins and fats, turning them into complexes available for assimilation. Even caps secrete such enzymes. This means that the fungus has external digestion, which ensures the intake of amino acids, glucose, simple lipids and other compounds into the body.
By the way of nutrition, the following types are distinguished:
- symbiotics (symbionts)
Saprophytes live on soil rich in organic matter. They receive from it everything they need for life, development and growth. These organisms are capable of processing tons of cellulose and starch. They are an important part of the forest biocenosis, play an important role in the processing of organic matter and soil formation.
Symbiosis (mycorrhiza) with fungi is formed by oak, birch, pine, beech and many other tree species. The mycelium penetrates into the cells of the roots and supplies there water, minerals, taking away some of the nutrient (organic) substances. As a result, the suction area of the tree increases, and the fungus has the ability to absorb organic matter.
Parasites are a special group, they penetrate under the bark of trees, suck nutrients from the cells of a living plant and destroy wood. The plant dies, and the mushrooms continue to feed on it. Some species can parasitize on one plant for tens of years, because the mycelium grows slowly. Other destroyers manage to kill a tree in 1-2 seasons.
Features of life
The body shape of all dung beetles is the same - oval. Depending on the species, the length of the insect ranges from three to seventy millimeters. The hard shell of the beetle can also vary in color depending on the species, the abdomen is often colored purple or blue.
The carapace can be painted yellow, brown, black. Also, the beetle is distinguished by a silvery tint of the shell, often even metallic. The insect's antennae resemble antennae with 11 segments, the tips twisted into pin-like elements. All antennae are covered with a short fuzz.
Dung beetle larvae are thick, rather short, colored yellow or white. The antennae of the larvae have only three segments, they are placed in brown capsules. The surface of the capsules is uneven and bumpy. Insects reproduce by laying eggs. During this process, the female insulates each egg with manure, makes a hotel pit for it. After a while, the larva hatches, it has something to eat, in the spring it turns into a pupa, then into an adult.
Some species of dung beetles live in small colonies, building burrows underground, living there for generations. The beetles are most active at night, they can appear in illuminated places, having detected any danger. Insects are fighters, adults are ready to compete for a tidbit for a long time. The larvae feed on small beetles or manure, adults - on some types of mushrooms, manure. There are special types of insects that do well without food at all.
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Some interesting facts about the dung beetle:
- little hard workers are very hardy and strong. One individual can roll a ball several times the size of its body, three times heavier
- during fog, beetles spread their wings, collect moisture, which gradually flows into their mouth. This fact indicates that insects are very intelligent.
- during flight, adults do not open elytra and are able to catch a moving fly on the fly.
Treatment of alcoholism with dung mushrooms - garden and vegetable garden
Withdrawal withdrawal syndrome with alcoholism
Chronic alcoholism is referred to as mental illness. It occurs as a result of prolonged intoxication of the body with alcohol. In this case, damage to the internal organs and the brain occurs. A pathological addiction to the intake of ethyl alcohol leads to the fact that the disease gradually progresses, leading to an aggravation of forms of alcoholic intoxication, to mental and physical health disorders and the appearance of withdrawal symptoms of hangover.
There are 3 main stages in the development of alcoholism.
At the first stage, the appearance of a pathological craving for alcoholic beverages is observed. The patient loses control over the amount drunk, intoxication often manifests itself in severe forms, accompanied by amnesia. Withdrawal symptoms (hangover syndrome) are not observed at this stage. A person in the initial stage of the disease does not vomit after taking large doses of alcohol.
Mental manifestations during this period are associated with asthenia, mood swings with a predominance of lowering, irritability, high fatigue and low performance, signs of self-doubt. This stage of the disease can last 3–6 years.
At the second stage of alcoholism, an increase in dependence on alcohol and the emergence of a pronounced withdrawal hangover syndrome are observed.
The patient during this period is characterized by an uncontrolled and irrepressible craving for alcoholic beverages. He can be in continuous drunkenness for many days. Pseudo-drinking may occur. The ability to work is further reduced, fatigue increases during exertion.
Changes in the patient's character are also noted: such traits as rudeness, deceit, selfishness begin to appear. Intellectual capacity, like memory, and the ability to make critical judgments, are greatly reduced. There is an imbalance in the emotional sphere, characterized by the emergence of a tendency to hysteria, incontinence. The second period can last 7–20 years.
The third stage of the disease is considered particularly severe. It is characterized by true binges lasting for 1 week or longer. This is followed by a break followed by a period of drunkenness. Intoxication occurs very quickly, with the smallest doses of alcohol sufficient. Patients are no longer forced to take vodka, but fortified cheap wines, various substitutes.
During this period, there is an increase in the symptoms of the disease, characteristic of the second stage. In addition, hangover syndrome becomes more pronounced. At the same time, strong somatovegetative disorders are the result of severe intoxication. Degradation of personality is revealed. At this stage, somatic disorders occur: chronic gastritis, kidney and liver damage, hypertension and alcoholic cardiopathy. Alcoholic psychoses, epileptiform seizures are not excluded. Neurological disorders develop: autonomic dystonia, violation of tendon reflexes, and in some cases - polyneuritis.
In the last stages of the disease, asthenic syndrome can manifest itself in the form of sleep disorders, mild depression, dyspepsia, etc. These disorders are noted for several months after stopping the use of alcoholic beverages.
Various emotions - such as anger, joy, grief - are experienced by patients more intensely than healthy people. Their reactions to events become affective and explosive.
This is due to the appearance of the so-called alcoholic character, which begins to form from the beginning of the second stage of the disease, and then aggravates. Neurotic and psychopathic personality changes occur. Against the background of increased fatigue, they note increased excitability and a tendency to hypochondria, which takes on the nature of various phobias.
One of the most noticeable symptoms manifested in the third stage of the disease are memory disorders, often aggravated by the addition of vascular disorders or craniocerebral trauma to them.
With alcoholism in men, the cardiovascular system is more often affected, while women are more likely to suffer from disorders of the liver and gastrointestinal tract.
Gradually, alcohol abuse leads a person to social and mental degradation. He completely loses his professional qualifications, is forced to move first to a low-skilled job, then to casual work, after which he loses his job, his lifestyle becomes parasitic. As a rule, the patient comes to such an ending after 40 years of age.
As already mentioned, one of the consequences of excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages is withdrawal withdrawal syndrome, which mainly occurs in the second stage of alcoholism and lasts about 2 weeks or longer. In the first stage of the disease, it can last for several days.
A similar condition of the patient can be observed in the period from 2 to 15 years after the onset of alcohol abuse. The painful state of a hangover manifests itself the next day after taking alcohol in the form of mental and somatic disorders.
A hungover patient has a fast pulse, asthenic disorders. He suffers from headaches, dizziness and pain in the heart. This condition is characterized by weakness and weakness, tremor of the limbs (mainly of the hands), a feeling of cold. In some cases, patients experience muscle pain, constant thirst. At the same time, such manifestations as a decrease in appetite are observed, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea, pain in the abdomen and liver may occur. The hangover is accompanied by disturbed sleep at night.
For adolescents (13-17 years), the onset of withdrawal symptoms can be observed after 1-3 years of regular alcohol abuse, but even before signs of a hangover, adolescents often drink for several days to several weeks in a row. The disease becomes pronounced in this case after about 2-5 years. As a rule, changes in the personality of a young person develop rapidly and become apathetic. Often, young people with alcoholism start using barbiturates.
Women susceptible to alcoholism begin to feel the hangover syndrome 3 years after the onset of the disease. At the same time, there is a clear predominance of mental disorders over somatic ones. Women suffer from depression more often than men.
Patients with alcoholism relieve manifestations of poor health by taking small doses of alcohol. Gradually, they have to switch to drinking alcohol not only in the morning, but also during the day, repeating this procedure several times.
The fact that the craving for alcohol has already acquired the character of a vital necessity (and not just dependence) and has reached its maximum is evidenced by the following undoubted sign. It lies in the fact that on the 3-4th day, one can state the apogee of the severity of abstinence.
In medical practice, there are more rare cases when the patient consumes fractional doses of alcohol, without taking breaks between binges. At the same time, withdrawal symptoms simply do not have time to develop.
Modern medicine has a variety of techniques and medications for the successful treatment of alcoholism and withdrawal symptoms. However, it is much more difficult to carry out treatment, especially in the last stage of the disease, than to prevent it. An essential role here is played by abstinence from excessive frequent use of alcoholic beverages, a healthy lifestyle and proper nutrition, which make it possible to avoid a painful addiction to alcohol.
If everyday drunkenness has already led to prolonged intoxication of the body with alcohol and to the emergence of alcoholism as a mental illness, all possible means should be used to restore health.
As a rule, all people suffering from alcoholism eat poorly. They do not pay enough attention to the diversity of their diets and the content of the necessary amount of nutrients in it. The attention of patients in the last stages of the disease is attracted only by alcoholic beverages, as a result, the body does not receive vital substances and compounds.
Despite the fact that alcohol is quite high in calories, it does not contain nutrients. A person who abuses alcohol gets a lot of calories and, because of this, loses his appetite for the rest of the food. When alcohol calories are consumed, cells require nutrients and spend them from reserve stores, quickly depleting them. The body as a whole weakens, which affects not only the work of internal organs, but also mental processes.
That is why people susceptible to alcohol addiction need to change their attitude to the quality and quantity of food. As a result, the development of the disease can be stopped.
Often the problem is that many alcoholics do not consider themselves sick and do not recognize the need for treatment. Therefore, the first step on the path to health is associated with explanatory work, which is carried out in the family and with the help of psychotherapists, narcologists, psychiatrists.
Treatment is carried out both in a hospital and on an outpatient basis. It depends on several factors: the patient's wishes, on his physical and mental state. In severe withdrawal symptoms, in the presence of psychotic manifestations, with obvious mental and somatic disorders, treatment in a hospital is indicated.
The process of drug treatment should be accompanied by the correct high-calorie diet rich in vitamins. If the patient is severely emaciated, small doses of insulin are prescribed to increase appetite.
It has a beneficial effect on the general condition of a person suffering from alcoholism, drinking plenty of juices, mineral water, fruit drinks, herbal teas. At the same time, diuretics are prescribed.
Along with restorative treatment with high-calorie foods rich in minerals, psychotherapy is constantly being carried out. It should contribute to the development of a positive attitude in the patient for the treatment process and sobriety. Establishing the necessary contact with the attending physician, trust, mutual understanding and faith in the possibility of a successful recovery are of the utmost importance for the effectiveness of treatment efforts.
In addition, conditioned reflex therapy is used as one of the treatment methods. It consists in the development and consolidation of a conditioned reflex in the form of nausea and vomiting from the smell or taste of alcohol. Usually a maximum of 20-25 sessions are resorted to.
Treatment using various methods can take quite a long time. During this period, patients experience suffering from the manifestation of the same vegetative and mental disorders that are observed with a hangover (irritability, nervous breakdowns, anxiety, etc.). These disorders (pseudo-withdrawal syndrome) occur against the background of sobriety and push a person to relapse into alcohol use. Here it is especially important to provide the patient with support, understanding and prevent a breakdown. Doctors in this case usually give their recommendations.
But the easiest and most affordable way to relieve the craving for drinking in each case of its occurrence is to eat tasty and dense food. When you feel full in your stomach, the urge to drink practically disappears. Most likely, you will need to take sedatives (phenazepam, seduxen, sonapax) until the addiction disappears.
By resorting to nutritional therapy and some proven means, you can help not only the patient, but also his loved ones who are faced with the problem of alcohol dependence in the family. It must be remembered that:
1. First of all, to avoid strong intoxication, doctors and folk medicine recommend drinking a cup of green or black well-brewed tea with mint. Black coffee or lemon tea can have the same anti-intoxication effect. In this case, lemon added to tea or coffee has a neutralizing effect on alcohol. To remove a slight intoxication, if it occurs, immediately after the feast, doctors recommend repeating the procedure.
2. It should be borne in mind that severe intoxication, which has the most negative consequences, arises from the use of a mixture of different varieties of wine and vodka. In this case, a person's well-being becomes several times worse than when using any one type of alcoholic beverage.
3. Metabolic processes play an important role in the life of the body. When psychosis occurs due to alcoholism, vitamin therapy is carried out. Many fruits are a rich source of vitamins and have a beneficial effect on alcohol poisoning.
One of the most effective ways to eliminate hangover syndrome is to consume persimmons. It contains fructose, and vitamins A and C are contained in a combination that allows you to get good results in the fight against the manifestations of the disease.
Doctors recommend adding lemon to medical nutrition.It has a pronounced antitoxic, sedative effect. If you eat one whole lemon before drinking alcohol, you can avoid intoxication of the body.
In case of a hangover, it is recommended to drink tea with lemon, using 1-2 fruits during the day. This fruit contains many useful substances, including B vitamins, especially indicated for withdrawal symptoms. Lemon in large doses can be consumed if there are no contraindications from the gastrointestinal tract.
4. For a quick recovery of health in case of a hangover, doctors recommend eating quince and oranges. It is advisable to supplement the consumption of fruits with injections of a complex of essential vitamins.
5. Research conducted at the Tokyo Nutrition Center to find the best therapeutic products for combating withdrawal symptoms confirms the effectiveness of the use of fruits and fruit drinks, which allows them to be recommended as the best remedy, since fruits contain natural fructose.
Due to the fact that this substance helps to accelerate metabolism, the process of processing excess alcohol by the body is activated, which leads to a rapid normalization of the human condition.
6. As a sobering agent, you can successfully use mint water (20 drops of mint herb tincture per 1 glass of chilled water). It is recommended to drink this solution as soon as possible after drinking alcohol. The remedy not only relieves intoxication, but also the feeling of heaviness, pain in the head.
7. In case of alcohol poisoning, induce vomiting with a cup of hot coffee, to which it is recommended to add table salt instead of sugar.
8. The next day after severe intoxication, as a rule, intoxication of the body occurs, which results in unpleasant sensations in the stomach, headache. In this case, the patient is given 1 glass of beer to drink and his back, chest and face are rubbed with ice. In this case, a trip to the bathhouse should also be considered an effective remedy.
9. For very severe headaches, it is enough to drink 1 glass of cucumber pickle. If the day before a person was not abstained not only in drinking alcohol, but also in the amount of food eaten, doctors recommend that the next day refrain from eating anything, with the exception of fruits. It is helpful to spend the day in bed with a heating pad on your stomach.
10. In case of alcohol poisoning, eaten sprouted beans provide effective help.
11. With a hangover syndrome, fermented milk drinks "Tan" or "Ayran" are good.
12. With alcoholism (if there are no contraindications, for example, in connection with a stomach ulcer), garlic can be used in food not only as an antitoxic agent, but to increase appetite.
13. In folk medicine, morel saprophyte mushroom is used as food. It has a beneficial effect on the state of the gastrointestinal tract, stimulates appetite, and is a general tonic.
Medicinal mushroom decoction is also used. For its preparation, take fresh mushrooms (1 tablespoon), pour 1 glass of boiling water, boil for 30 minutes, insist for 4 hours. Then filter the broth. Take it 4 times a day, 0.25 glasses 10-15 minutes before meals.
In chronic alcoholism, infusions and decoctions of herbs provide significant help. Some of the recipes have a healing effect, while others can cause aversion to drinking.
1. A decoction of bearberry is prepared as follows: leaves of grass (2 tablespoons) are brewed with a glass of boiling water and boiled for 15 minutes. Take 5-6 times a day, 1 tablespoon.
2. To prepare the next infusion, you should use a mixture of herbs taken in equal parts: centaury, thyme and wormwood. Three tablespoons of the ingredients are placed in a thermos, poured with 1 glass of boiling water, insisted for 2 hours, after which the infusion is filtered. Take 4 times a day, 1 tablespoon a day.
3. Drinking cravings significantly reduces the daily consumption of sour apples.
4. In some cases, healing from alcoholism occurs as a result of treating a patient with bee venom.
5. When treating alcoholism, you can use warm herbal infusions instead of tea. They are consumed daily in large quantities (10-15 glasses a day), without sugar and with strict abstinence from alcohol.
This treatment has a beneficial effect on the body, especially on the stomach and blood composition. Tea can be made up of equal parts of St. John's wort, yarrow, wormwood and mint, and you can take 0.25 parts of juniper berries, angelica root and calamus root. All components are mixed and brewed with 1 glass of water, like tea, taking 2 tablespoons of them without top.
An aversion to alcohol is caused by the use of the following recipes, usually used with a small amount of alcohol.
1. Laurel noble (2 leaves) and lovage root pour 1 glass of vodka. The infusion is kept for 2 weeks and given to the patient to drink.
2. Pour dry chopped grass of marsh ram (10 g) with 1 glass of boiling water, put the container on fire and boil for 20-30 minutes. The broth is drunk at 70-100 g per day. This prescription should be used only after consulting a doctor, who must determine if there are any contraindications to the use of the drug for this patient.
3. The herb of thyme or creeping thyme (15 g) is poured with 1 glass of boiling water and infused for 15 minutes. Drink the infusion 3 times a day, 1 tablespoon.
Taking a 75% broth of thyme in large quantities simultaneously with alcohol causes an emetic reaction. However, this treatment for alcoholism has contraindications.
Doctors do not recommend this remedy for pregnancy, kidney and liver diseases, severe atherosclerosis of the cerebral vessels, cardiosclerosis, individual intolerance, stomach and duodenal ulcers, pre-infarction, atrial fibrillation.
4. You can prepare a simple folk remedy that averts the use of alcohol. To do this, put several green forest bugs in vodka, emitting an unpleasant pungent odor (they are collected from raspberry bushes, where they are sometimes found), insist for 1 day, filter the vodka and offer the patient. You should not tell him about the method of preparing the drink.
5. It is necessary to prepare and take the next broth with the correct dosage, because the plant is poisonous.
Crushed clefthoof root (1 tablespoon) is poured with a glass of water and boiled over low heat for 10 minutes.
Then the broth is poured into a thermos (or wrapped), kept for 30 minutes, filtered. A tablespoon of the product is added to 200 g of vodka and given to drink to the alcohol addict, not to mention the composition. Drinking causes vomiting and disgusting alcohol.
In addition to using the food products listed above, there are several other ways to deal with the effects of excessive alcohol consumption.
To quickly sober up a slightly intoxicated person, he is given 200 g of cold water to drink, to which 2 drops of ammonia are added. This remedy also helps with severe intoxication, in this case the amount of ammonia is increased to 5-6 drops. This solution can be carefully poured into the mouth of a person who is deeply intoxicated.
An effective way to restore the full consciousness of a severely intoxicated person without the slightest harm to health has long been known and used in the East. To do this, you need to strongly and quickly grind the drunk's ears. A few minutes later he will come to his senses and will even be able to speak coherently.
It should be remembered that if, after taking alcohol, you go outside in the winter (or other cold time), the state of intoxication can significantly increase under the influence of cold fresh air. In some cases, even loss of consciousness is observed.
If a patient with alcoholism is in a state of binge, and at the same time his behavior becomes inadequate and violent, acquiring an antisocial character, you should seek medical help, which he will be provided in a hospital. You can resort to the following measures: pour cold water on your head, put mustard plasters on the back of your head, make cool baths (the water should be at room temperature).