Folk remedies are one of the most affordable options for treating alcoholism. Its effectiveness has been proven in many examples of life, including cases where traditional medicine does not give the desired results.
Consider the most effective folk remedies used for drunkenness.
For the treatment of chronic alcoholism, people use hellebore (also called puppeteer) extensively.
Pour a tablespoon of crushed root of a plant with half a cup of boiling water, strain well after an hour, add boiling water to the original volume (up to half a cup). Store the chilled infusion in the refrigerator. Add fifteen drops to half a liter of vodka, shake well and give it to drink. After that, the patient will start vomiting. Thus, in a reasonably short time, the craving for drunkenness disappears and an aversion to alcoholic beverages generally develops. Chemerichny water can also be added to foods and beverages (tea, jam): five drops three times a day.
A very dubious method, once used by doctors. It consisted of the fact that castor oil (literally a dose of horse) was poured down the throat of the "sick person. "There is no evidence that castor oil is a cure for drunkenness. Apparently, the effect of castor oil was based on the fact that efforts to contain its laxative effects cleared the patient's mind.
The use of honey in the treatment of alcohol dependence is based on the fact that, according to folk medicine, the attraction to vodka develops due to a lack of potassium in the body. The use of honey only makes up for this lack, therefore, the desire to drink gradually decreases.
For one hour, every twenty minutes, the patient receives six teaspoons of honey (in just one hour, so 18 teaspoons), then a two-hour break and the procedure is repeated. On the following days, give six teaspoons of honey before and after breakfast. Treatment with honey takes 3-4 days. The rejection of alcohol appears. Although it has not been clinically proven, it is obvious that this method maintains and strengthens health - and thus alleviates "alcohol bondage".
In addition to honey itself, a bee product such as bee bread (bee bread) is used to treat addiction to alternative medicine. A mixture of one teaspoon of bee bread and one teaspoon of honey is taken half an hour before meals (do not swallow, keep on tongue and dissolve slowly). The reception is repeated three times a day, the effect is noticeable on the second or third day of treatment. For prevention, treatment is repeated three times a week. This method reduces the risk of mental trauma when giving up alcohol, improves blood circulation to the brain, helps clear the liver of toxins, and leads to giving up alcohol.
The early stage of alcoholism is treated with bee stings: fifteen live medicinal bees are placed in the body, pressing them lightly down, and after five minutes the stings are removed. The stings only seem painful at the start of treatment. This method is not suitable for allergy sufferers.
Clefthoof (European cleft, also called hernia) in the treatment of alcoholism is used in the form of a decoction. It's prepared like this: pour a teaspoon of hernia root with a glass of boiling water, boil for five minutes over low heat, close the lid and let stand another hour. Add the infusion to the vodka at the rate of one tablespoon per 100 g of alcohol, or take one tablespoon daily. Due to the poisonous nature of the slit, it causes vomiting. Treatment is carried out until a persistent aversion to alcohol forms.
Reception of such decoction is contraindicated in patients with angina pectoris, as well as in pregnant women.
There is also a way to make slits, such as adding plant powder to coffee (add a quarter of a teaspoon of slit powder to fifty grams of coffee, repeat after a few days). The effect is the same: vomiting is caused by drinking alcohol and in the end there is total disgust with alcohol.
Thyme (also known as thyme, also known as creeping thyme) has long been used to treat alcoholism, including in herbal teas and herbal preparations. For example, mix 4 parts thyme, 1 part centaur and 1 part absinthe. One tablespoon of this collection is poured with a glass of boiling water, insisted for an hour, filtered and taken in 1-2 tablespoons twenty minutes before meals.
Thyme helps relieve alcohol intoxication, causes sobriety and therefore complete cure.
Another herbal recipe for the treatment of alcoholism includes yarrow (St. John's Wort), bitter wormwood, thyme, angelica, peppermint and juniper. A mixture of herbs (spoon) is poured into a liter of boiling water and infused for ten minutes. After drinking this tea, kidney function and sweating increase, tremors stop, alcohol breakdown products are naturally excreted by the body. A similar herbal tea is made from a mixture of thyme, horsetail, almond (grass), juniper berries and cyanosis root. Herbal teas are a gentle treatment to drink.
The dung beetle mushroom is a unique and proven healing potion that allows you to get rid of drunkenness. Mushrooms are prepared in the traditional way: boiled, fried, stewed, roasted. They taste like mushrooms and are not suspicious. When the fungus enters the body, the breakdown of alcohol in the blood slows down and severe intoxication begins. Over time, after several "sessions", there is a constant and persistent aversion to alcohol.
Sodium bicarbonate is not used as a medicine, but as a way to relieve, relieve symptoms and eliminate alcohol poisoning. For 180 ml of warm water, you need to take a teaspoon (without a blade) of baking soda and drink it. Depending on the degree of poisoning, it may take up to a liter of this solution to completely flush and cleanse the body of poisons. Vomiting after drinking the solution will prevent the absorption of toxins into the bloodstream and the condition will improve. Under the influence of carbon dioxide in the stomach, the production of gastric juice accelerates, which also helps to neutralize poisons.
Bay leaf is widely known as a remedy that reliably cures alcoholism. Two bay leaves are infused in 250 ml of vodka in a warm place for two weeks (for efficiency you can add bay root or lovage root); then take 2-3 tablespoons before meals. The tincture of laurel causes indigestion and vomiting, which permanently discourages an alcoholic from drinking. Reception course: daily for 7 to 10 days.
There are a few more bay leaf recipes. Then 12 grams of lavrushka should be steamed with boiling water (a cup and a half), brought to a boil, simmer for 10-15 minutes. Drink the broth during the day.
Ram (this is another name for club-shaped lyre) is a low-growing low-growing bush found in our forests. This plant has been used for a long time in the treatment of alcoholic patients. Lamb sprigs in the amount of 10 g are poured into a cup of boiling water and boiled for 15 minutes over low heat. The broth is used in the amount of two tablespoons at the same time as the alcohol. Taking the broth causes nausea and vomiting, after 3-4 receptions there is a persistent decrease in the craving for alcohol.
A prerequisite for treatment with a mutton decoction is a break from drinking alcohol for at least 4 days. As the plant is poisonous, the dosage must be strictly observed. In addition, the herb is contraindicated in diseases of the thyroid gland, diabetes, hypertension, pulmonary tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, peptic ulcer.
When dealing with folk remedies, it should be remembered that, even though there are numerous positive reviews, herbs are by no means harmless, they can have side effects and contraindications. And if you do decide to be treated at home, you must take into account the patient's health status, risk of neuropathy, and tendency toward allergies. The main thing is not to harm! We advise you to see a narcologist.