the morning after

Marandino, Cristin
December 2000
Vegetarian Times;Dec2000, Issue 280, p64
Suggests several remedies for the effects of excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages. How proteins reduce alcohol level in blood; Caution in mixing alcoholic drinks; Natural treatment of excessive drinking effects.


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