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Hangover Cures, Dangers of Alcohol Poisoning, and What to Do in an Emergency



The hangover

A hangover is not a very pleasant feeling. You wake up the day after a really hard drinking session and bang, there goes your head! It's not like a normal headache, which can consist of a pain over one eye, like a migraine, or a full headache that makes you want to go back to sleep.

No, a hangover headache is so much more than that. Lots more, in fact!

For a start, you probably didn't get a lot of sleep because the room has been spinning for most of the night, and you are scared that if you do fall asleep, the woozy feeling that makes you feel as though you are about to plunge of a cliff headfirst is going to make you throw up.

But you managed to get through the night. Now what?

Those first few minutes—from the second you open your eyes (or should I say one eye at a time), to the second your feet touch the floor—you just know it's going to be hell for the next few hours. So what to do?

Beer, tastes lovely? Yes, but it could also be really dangerous to your health!

Beer, tastes lovely? Yes, but it could also be really dangerous to your health!

Why do we get hangovers?

  1. Alcohol has a drying effect on your brain caused by the chemical ethanol.
  2. If you take too much alcohol, your liver which usually breaks down the chemical by using enzymes, will not be able to cope with so much going through your system. The by-product of this cleansing process is the fact that while your liver is trying to keep up with the continued flush through of ethanol, it cannot do its usual job of supplying glucose to your brain and body tissues.
  3. The result is that the energy that is usually supplied to the brain is not reaching it, and the weakness that you feel, along with fatigue is the price you pay for slugging down too many cocktails! But of course its not just spirits that can cause this trouble. Beer, if continuously drunk throughout the evening can have the same effect too. People sometimes think that beer is safer but this isn't necessarily true.


Also another reason why you are suffering so badly is because of the actual drink that you have consumed. There is a something called congeners, which are the by-products of fermentation. If you have a drink that contains this ingredient, or chemical, you will suffer more. The worse culprits are brandy, whisky, and other darker spirits. When it comes to wine, white is much less likely contain this chemical than red. Which is strange because I can drink red, but I feel terrible with white!

Cures for your hangover

First of all one of the best ways to avoid a hangover if you are planning on drinking is to make sure you alternate your alcohol with water or something fizzy such as Coca-Cola. This will give your liver a chance to produce glucose and keep your body balanced.

If you forget to do the alternate water drinking session, make sure that when you get home you drink at least two glasses of water. This will not only flush out the toxins caused by the alcohol but will hydrate your body too. Watering down the alcohol has got to be good. Simple as that.

When you stagger in the door and head for the sink or fridge to get some water, take time out to find a Vitamin C tablet. Preferably drink a Vitamin C drink. The reason being that Vitatim C speeds up the metabolism and clears the alcohol from your liver.

On waking up make sure that you eat something. We all know the joke about bacon and eggs, but eating a bit of toast, drinking tea with lots of sugar, and of course orange juice should start making you feel a bit better. On the subject of eggs, they actually do have a chemical reason for eating them on top of a hangover. Evidently they contain a cleaning up chemical that helps the liver to recover. Good little egg!

If you are going to take a painkiller make sure that you drink lots of water with it. You don’t want dizzy on top of your icky! Your body is trying to clean out the alcohol and the toxins, numbing them at the same time is probably a good idea for your head, but can cause you to feel sicker because of the chemical reaction. Try to hold on for at least an hour after eating. Trust me, these ideas are tried and well trusted!

Stand outside, and take deep breaths of cleansing fresh air. There is nothing better than oxygenating your body. This will speed up the process of cleansing, wake your brain up a bit, and make you feel slightly more human!

Eat a ginger biscuit/cookie. Or even better, chew on a piece of ginger. This is a great natural body balancer. In fact I always use it if I am going out on a boat, or flying. It really does settle your stomach. And as we know, if our bellies feel better, then the headache tends to go off quicker.

Tomato juice is probably one of the best hangover drinks that I have used. Every time I went to the pub the next day, the first thing I would do is down a tomato juice. It lines your stomach and makes you feel human again. Some people will tell you to have a ‘hair of the dog’ in other words add some more alcohol to the drink. Seriously guys, it just makes you want to carry on drinking in case you start getting another hangover! If that’s what you feel is right for you, then fine, but its not the alcohol that’s making you feel better, its actually the tomato juice!

Any stomach tablets such as Alka Seltzer which is nice and fizzy should take away that horrible sicky feeling. But don’t take too much it will just make you worse. The best idea is to just keep nibbling on toast. If you don’t like the idea of plain toast, add some fish. Yes, I know, yuck! But fish is good in Vitamin A and is a great anti oxidant.

Always Drink Alcohol Safely

Always Drink Alcohol Safely

Note About Charcoal

Do NOT try this at home without calling an ambulance! Charcoal cannot save your life on its own! This time we were lucky, and the ambulance arrived quickly. Always call for medical help. Not all doctors or paramedics agree that charcoal can help.

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The dangers of too much alcohol

The one thing that you have to remember, and this is very important, is that drinking too much alcohol kills you! Alcohol poisoning is deadly unless treated in hospital. I know that may sound obvious, but hear me out. If you ever find someone crashed out because of too much alcohol, always check their breathing and vital signs. If in doubt, call an ambulance. Never ever leave them alone. If you are a long way from a town or hospital, try and make them sick.


Then, if possible get them to swallow charcoal tablets. These can be bought from any chemist or pharmacy. I did this a few years ago for someone who was staying with us. He stupidly drank too much, so I threw as many charcoal tablets I could find, down his throat. The paramedic commended me on that. He said I did the right thing. It's what they use in hospital to clear the alcohol or drugs out of the body. Evidently, it soaks up the poisons. Its also good for an overdose of aspirin and paracetamol too. Charcoal is also good for normal tummy upsets, so its good to keep them in your bathroom cabinet.

Reasons why drinking too much is dangerous

The main reason is that, if you have too much alcohol in your body it will overtake the amount of water in your system. When this happens, the alcohol will slow down and shut off your nervous system, causing complete failure of your heart, respiratory and circulatory functions. In other words, your body will not be able to work properly. This has happened to lots of people over the years. Take care with the amount you drink. Its vitally important. Your health is more important than getting sloshed just for the fun of it.

And of course another reason not to drink too much, is that if you fall asleep after a heavy drinking session, you could very well choke on your own vomit. Not a nice thing to think about, but it happens. Try and sit up for a while after drinking. Have a coffee or tea, and if in doubt, make yourself sick. Not nice, I know, but better to bring it up before you go to sleep, than when you are deeply unconscious.

A Final Note

When drinking alcohol do it safely and use common sense. It's your body, and your health. Just remember that.


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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

© 2011 Nell Rose


Nell Rose (author) from England on August 24, 2014:

Hi suzette, thanks so much, I always found the tomato juice and wocestershire sauce was the best! always had one after 'the night before'! lol!

suzettenaples on August 24, 2014:

Nell, great advice and info . LOL! We have all needed this info at one time or another. Don't ask me why but chicken soup or chicken broth has always helped me if I have had too much alcohol, although I am finding in these latter years I am not drinking that much alcohol. This is a great hub and such practical advice. Cheers!

Nell Rose (author) from England on January 04, 2013:

Hi CyberShelley, lol! sounds like me, thanks for reading, nell

Hi Joseph, thanks for reading, nell

Joseph Muendo from Nairobi, Kenya on January 04, 2013:

Great hub

Shelley Watson on January 04, 2013:

Fantastic advice for the dreaded hangover. I can't drink too much as I fall asleep - I never get more interesting! Up, useful and interesting.

Nell Rose (author) from England on January 01, 2013:

Hi rebecca, thanks so much, and happy new year to you too!

Nell Rose (author) from England on January 01, 2013:

Thank you so much girishpuri, a very happy new year to you too, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on January 01, 2013:

Hi Gladys, lol! hope she feels better now! and thanks for reading, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on January 01, 2013:

Hi vocal, Aw thank so much! lol! I didn't really drink this year, just a couple of shorts, and felt fine, it was great!

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on January 01, 2013:

Good and timely advice for those who overindulged last night. Happy New Year!

Girish puri from NCR , INDIA on January 01, 2013:

Excellent hub, A very happy and blessed New year 2013. God bless.

Gladys Familaran on January 01, 2013:

Excellent hub! I'm sharing this to my friends who have a hangover today. :D Happy new year!

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on December 31, 2012:

Now I know why I don't drink:) Great hub. I'm sure you have helped so many people with these Hangover Cures. I just love your hubs Nell. I collect them all. Will sure pass this one on!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2012:

Happy new year guys! And thanks for the comments, I was away staying with my son and his girlfriend so it was great! lol!

Mike Robbers from London on December 27, 2012:

Good stuff here and pretty useful! I guess we have all found ourselves once in the hangover situation... brrr :)

Voted up and shared .... and Happy New Year of course Nell!

Michelle Liew from Singapore on December 26, 2012:

Timely hub for the season, Nell. Thanks for sharing!! Alcohol is mighty dangerous when in too high a quantity. Am passing this on because new year is upon us as well.

Debby Bruck on December 26, 2012:

Hi Nell ~ Super tips for the drinkers in the crowd. I never liked the taste of liquor, so I never had the problem of having a hang-over. It must be bad. I wonder if it is anything like a migraine? Happy New Year my friend!

Alecia Murphy from Wilmington, North Carolina on December 26, 2012:

This is a useful hub this time of year, Nell. I don't drink but I know folks who do and should probably read this. Thanks for the information!

Laura Tykarski from Pittsburgh PA on December 26, 2012:

great hub and really good information to know not just for upcoming New Year's Eve possible hang-overs but for those U may acquire over the year.

iguidenetwork from Austin, TX on December 26, 2012:

Thanks for the timely hub... as New Year nears and drinking sprees go left and right, I am sure going to make use of those hub (in case I get a hangover, but hopefully not). Voted up and useful. :)

Anne from United Kingdom on December 25, 2012:

Hi Nell. Oh the hell of hangovers !! I am almost tea total because I just cannot cope with them. Not being a regular drinker I tend to overdo it very easily when out with friends on fiestas, the last time was maybe 3 years ago and I paid the price all night and most of the next day, it was horrible and I vowed " never again" and meant it. I always say I can get into enough trouble sober LOL and don´t need drink to have a good time. Great hub and very timely though Nell so " bottoms up" to those who do enjoy a drink. Merry Crimbo to you and yours :)

Nicole A. Winter from Chicago, IL on December 24, 2012:

I don't know if this was previously mentioned in the comments above, but switching up your drinking session between alcohol and coca-cola is a really bad idea. Coca-cola is *super* dehydrating, if you cannot drink water in between your drinks a nice substitute that will not dehydrate you, actually helps clear toxins out of your system & even looks like an alcoholic drink, so you don't have to call attention to the fact that you're not drinking anymore: cranberry juice and ginger ale. It really helps keep a hangover at bay.

Victoria Lynn from Arkansas, USA on December 24, 2012:

Great hub! Hangovers suck! Good to know about the tomato juice, Alka Seltzer, charcoal . . . . I've been pretty good, though, over the holidays so far, so hopefully I won't need any of that. :-)

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on December 24, 2012:

Wow, this hub makes me thankful my strongest drink is a Diet Coke over ice. Happy Christmas Nell Rose! ;)

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 23, 2012:

Thanks K9 have a great Christmas!

India Arnold from Northern, California on December 23, 2012:

Great stuff!! Google++++!


Nell Rose (author) from England on January 07, 2012:

Hi, kitty, I remember the days when I did drink alcohol! lol! never again, well not a lot, but I do take loads of water to bed with me, thanks for reading, cheers nell

Kitty Fields from Summerland on January 06, 2012:

The first thing I usually do when I have a bad hangover is pour some emergen-c into a glass of water and down it! I don't usually drink enough to get a hangover any more though. I have a couple of drinks and before I go to bed I drink at least two large glasses of water and usually that prevents me from any hangovers the next day. Keep in mind though that I never drink hard liquor and usually stick to beer or maybe 3 glasses of wine tops. Thanks for sharing. Voted up and useful!

Nell Rose (author) from England on January 05, 2012:

Hi, Green Lotus, I think charcoal does have carcinogens if you make it yourself such as burnt toast etc, the ones in the pots that you buy from the pharmacy are fine I think, as long as they are only used occasionally, and yes I do remember that hangover too! oh what a pain! three days of feeling sick, headache and very, very delicate! ha ha! cheers nell

Hillary from Atlanta, GA on January 05, 2012:

What a great hub (as usual). Sorry I'm so late in responding, but I was hung over. Ha ha. Ok that's a joke. I rarely get really dizzy drunk, but I sure know about feeling like crap after one drink too many. I love all your advice and will definitely have to look for those charcoal tablets. I always thought charcoal had carcinogens but I see it can be a life saver too. Thanks!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 30, 2011:

Hi, TransferAmerica, its great stuff! lol! doesn't leave a horrible taste and works in about five minutes! thanks for reading, cheers nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 30, 2011:

Hi, algarve, glad you found it useful, have a great New Year!

Joana e Bruno from Algarve, Portugal on December 30, 2011:

Nice to read this Hub before the New Year makes me think. Very useful hub.

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 29, 2011:

Hi, Hello hello, What me? ha ha! I used to drink when I went out, and could have quite a few! but not anymore, I don't really miss drinking as it just makes me dizzy! lol! thanks as always, nell

Hello, hello, from London, UK on December 29, 2011:

Nell Rose such scandals I read here between the lines hahahaha Have a lovely New Year with all my best wishes.

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 29, 2011:

Hi, Moon Daisy, it must be something to do with the way the metabolism works, shame! lol! but seriously, when you get older you realise just how dangerous alcohol is, thanks again, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 29, 2011:

Hi, Suki, yes I tend to do that too! I sometimes throw in a Coka Cola in the middle of drinking, and when asked just say it's a vodka and coke! lol! thanks again, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 29, 2011:

Hi, kath, thank you! I just realised that this is the time of year when people should be careful, so I went out and bought soft drinks this year! lol!

Moon Daisy from London on December 29, 2011:

Ah, you too! Lots of my friends say the same thing as well. I didn't realise how alcohol tolerance decreases with age. Btw. I like the Irn Bru advice, it's a nice drink.

Barbara C from Andalucia, Spain on December 28, 2011:

Excellent advice here. I've never heard of charcoal tablets and am not sure if you can get them here in Spain but I'll definitely look for them as they sound like a good thing to have in the medicine kit.

Personally, I've not had a hangover for years - I just stick to white wine in a large glass with ice and topped up with plain water rather than mixing my drinks - I get strange looks & comments from the Spanish barmen when I first order it :)

Kathy from California on December 28, 2011:

As I am sure you have heard, this is quite timely with New Year's festivities just a few days away! Your hubs are always so complete and informative but never boring! You are a fabulous writer Nell!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Hi, mieketownsend, sounds like you have got it down to a fine art! lol! thanks for the added ideas, cheers nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Hi, alazan, thanks for reading, it only affects it for a while, as long as you don't drink too much, cheers nell

mieketownsend from Washington State on December 28, 2011:

Chocolate milk to coat the stomach and wash down some ibuprofin (spelling?), followed by a v8, then tons of oj (minute maid is my favorite). Add eggs and toast and a nap, all is better. Charcoal is great to have around because, in the right amount (a lot) it makes you puke, which removes all the undigested alcohol. OJ will help eliminate the alcohol in the blood stream. One caution with charcoal: it opens up the other end as well :)

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Hi, Moon Daisy, I am exactly the same! I used to be able to drink loads, but now half a glass of lager and I fall asleep! such is age! lol! thanks for reading, cheers nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Hi, Poshcoffee, have a great time New Year and remember the cure alls! lol! thanks for reading, cheers nell

Hi, Tricia, I have never had an Irn Bru, but I have heard of it, maybe I should try it New Years Eve! lol! thanks so much for reading, cheers nell

alazani67 on December 28, 2011:

I never drink alcohol it's stop work brain

Moon Daisy from London on December 28, 2011:

What a great hub, with really useful tips! I remember the days when my hangovers were extremely mild. I could drink loads, and just get a bit of a tired feeling the following day... lol. Now I can't even drink one glass of wine without feeling rubbish, such a lightweight!

My best cure is to drink lots of water, although a veggie full English is also very welcome for those mornings after. :) Voted up, useful and awesome.

Tricia from Scotland on December 28, 2011:

What a useful hub! I personally don't get hangovers as I am careful what I drink. Being a Scot however they do say that Irn Bru ( a scots fizzy drink is a great cure - not sure if it is a myth or not though. Well done on a well written hub

Steve Mitchell from Cambridgeshire on December 28, 2011:

Good, timely information ready for New Year and the excesses that go with it.....I can't wait!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Hi, Alastar, when you were 21, I was probably out doing research for these hangover cures! lol! wish I had known about them then, less sore heads and more fun! ha ha! thanks as always, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Thanks beth, have a great New Year!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Thanks ryokowaren, glad you found it helpful, thanks!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 28, 2011:

Hi, Alica, thankfully I haven' had a hangover for a while! lol! well, not that long ago, but seriously all these do help, tried and tested! ha ha! thanks for reading, cheers nell

Alastar Packer from North Carolina on December 27, 2011:

Darn Nell, where were you and this hub when I was 21? Surprisingly, you've actually got some helpful info in here i didn't know about. Done with a dash of humor in you're always interminable style which makes the article a pleasure to read, despite the groggy topic.

Beth Perry from Tennesee on December 27, 2011:

Nell, excellent advice and so timely. Voting up.

ryokowaren from USA on December 27, 2011:

I will definitely try some of the remedies you wrote about the next time I have a hang over. Voted up!

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on December 27, 2011:

Thanks for the great advice, Nell. Luckily, I've never experienced a hangover because I've never drunk much, but if someone I know has problems the information in this hub will be very useful.

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

Hi, pmccray, lol! I know just what you mean! my brain can't take it either! leaves me feeling ill for days! thanks for the vote, much appreciated, and have a safe New Years Eve, cheers nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

Hi, Cardisa, yes you are so right! best to keep on the old orange juice! lol! have a great New Year, and thanks!

pmccray on December 27, 2011:

Very much needed at this time of the year. Boy in my youth I suffered many of the symptoms you described. I shutter in remembrance. As I age the old body can't handle that type of "drying" of the brain, not that many brain cells left. LOL Voted up, marked useful and interesting.

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

Hi, christopher, I hope so, I am bound to have forgotten something, lol! thanks for reading, cheers nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

Hi, Erin, I have stopped drinking over the last few years, I can't be bothered to have that hangover for three days! lol! yes, charcoal is good, wouldn't go without it! have a great New Year! take care, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

thanks Polly, charcoal is a good all rounder, from overdoses of everything to a bad stomach through acid! great stuff, you get it in tablet form and its easy to take! wouldn't be without it! thanks again, and have a great New Year!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

Hi, DzyM, I know just how you felt! lol! I am useless with drink, but that's because I am quite small as you said, I remember one session when I was a teen, I couldn't remember anything until someone threw water in my face to sober up! never again! lol! thanks for reading, cheers nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 27, 2011:

Hi, Nan, thanks for reading, I used to drink when going out, but never really over the top, apart from a couple of times when I was a teenager, never again! lol! thanks again, nell

Carolee Samuda from Jamaica on December 27, 2011:

Not to mention what alcohol does to your blood pressure and blood sugar levels! Very good Nell especially for this season.

Happy holidays!

Christopher Antony Meade from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom on December 27, 2011:

Thanks for that Nell. I think you have "covered all the bases" there.

Erin LeFey from Maryland on December 26, 2011:

Hi Nell! What a timely article! I don't drink either, for the same reason as Polly, but its good advice to know if you are the only one NOT drinking! No one else would probably notice. I never heard about eating charcoal, in fact I never knew it was edible! I didn't really know any of this outside of water and aspirin so this is wonderful information to have before New Year's. Have a wonderful holiday and happy 2012! Erin

Pollyannalana from US on December 26, 2011:

Did you write this before or after the hangover? J/K! I take too many medicines to even chance a spiked eggnog, lol so don't guess I will be needing it, but charcoal sounds like something great to have around for sure. Maybe for an overdose of many things. Great hub, never know who it might save. Voted up. Happy New Year!

Liz Elias from Oakley, CA on December 26, 2011:

Excellent and timely! I have drunk myself to the point of being sick only two times in my 63 years, and that was two times too many! I have never understood why people go out bar-hopping and get themselves into this condition on a weekly basis and call it "fun." Conversations with the Tidy-Bowl-Man are NOT my idea of entertainment. It's never worth it!

Alternating with water or plain sodas, charcoal, ginger, or ginger ale (ginger beer for those across the pond), are all good, but not drinking so much in the first place is even better.

In my case, the two times that happened, my body did not even wait until the next day to make me feel like a pile of second-hand manure--it hit me that very evening.

One thing that is very important to remember is your own tolerance for booze. A smaller person will be hit harder and faster than a larger person; and people who have gotten their bodies "accustomed" to drinking a lot have built up a tolerance. If you are only an occasional drinker, don't try to 'keep up' with folks who go out partying all the time. That's how I got into trouble both drinking up the refills I was served before I was really ready for seconds. Sometimes, it's better not to worry about hurting the host's feelings... ... ...

Voted up, awesome, interesting and useful.

Nan Mynatt on December 26, 2011:

Thanks Nell with New Year coming and people celebrating it is good to remind them of things to do to help get sober again. I have never like drinking but there are people that do like to drink. I think that it makes them forget and gives them a feeling of everything being OK. Marked you up!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 26, 2011:

Thanks rorshak, have a great New Year!

rorshak sobchak on December 26, 2011:

Another great Hub Nell! :)

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 26, 2011:

Hi, fpherj48, lol! I know just what you mean! I can't even look at a drink now! not that I don't want one occasionally, but the drink doesn't like me! I have had one Southern Comfort all over Christmas! ha ha! thanks for reading, and have a great New Year!

Suzie from Carson City on December 26, 2011:

Nell Rose...Although many years ago, I can remember the dreaded H A N G O V E R!! Oh God, YUK! WHY do humans do this to themselves? and more than ONCE, is a real mystery! Haven't touched the poison in more than 2 decades, but I sure can use these tips to pass on to a group of yet unenlightened friends! I always feel so badly for someone suffering with a hangover. It's tough to resist the urge to ask, "Now, really, was it worth it??!!" lol......Charcoal is great stuff for "cleansing" in "neutralizes." Voted UP & useful!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 26, 2011:

Hi, musclequest, never heard of that one, thanks for the added hangover cure, and have a great New Year! Thanks!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 26, 2011:

Hi, poet, charcoal tablets can be bought at a chemist or health store. They are great for stomach problems, either acid heartburn or wobbly stomach! they are black and can leave your tongue a strange color! but they are great little things, thanks for reading and have a great New year!

musclequest from Johannesburg,South Africa on December 26, 2011:

Hangovers suck really bad...I have read that prickly pear juice before drinking will help you avoid a hangover completely...nice hub and happy new year drinking haha

poetvix from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country. on December 26, 2011:

Nell, how timely this is with the New Year festivities coming up. I hope everyone reads and pays attention to this. Thank you too for the new knowledge. I'm showing my ignorance here, but I had never heard of Charcoal tablets. In this country, every year, many teens are lost to alcohol poisoning. Knowledge like this may very well save a few.

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