Bitter-tasting vegetable charcoal can be used to help support gas hemorrhage or as a poison antidote. Vegetable charcoal can be made from the carbonized residue of non-poisonous wood ashes such as oak bark or bayberry bark. It can also be from vegeta... *
Bitter-tasting vegetable charcoal can be used to help support gas hemorrhage or as a poison antidote. Vegetable charcoal can be made from the carbonized residue of non-poisonous wood ashes such as oak bark or bayberry bark. It can also be from vegetables and astnngent herbs such as blackberry or raspberry leaves.
It is specific for passive hemorrhage and excessive secretions. It can also be tried to symptomatically support symptoms of gas and flatulence. Other complaints for which it is used include dyspepsia, chronic bronchitis, excessive expectoration, and cyanosis of the extremities.
It has a very broad application naturopathically for patients whose constitution tends to be obese sluggish, and lazy with coldness and chronic complaints It is specific for individuals who have never fully recovered from previous illness As an herbal supportive, it is taken only short term to help support an acute condition.
About 1 teaspoon of the ashes can be stirred in water or put into a capsule and taken with water every hour, with dose frequency diminishing as symptoms subside.
Because of its absorbent properties, charcoal is specific to help avoid the absorption of many poisons that may have been inadvertently ingested. For this type of condition, a larger initial dose should be taken, and then smaller teaspoonful doses hourly for at least 8 hours in succession.
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Two capsules with a glass of water, 3 times daily, before meals or according to your Doctor's recommendations.
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Each Florasun Vegetable Charcoal capsule contains:
Vegetable Charcoal (no excipient) - 250 mg
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