Home Remedies Alcohol Detox

home remedies for alcohol detoxAddiction is a complex mix of physical and psychological causes, but for many people, alcohol is a form of self-medication, related to low levels of brain chemicals, such as serotonin, dopamine and noradrenalin. Alcohol is the oldest intoxicant and addictive, in use for over 10,000 years. Alcohol directly damages the liver, esophagus, stomach, intestines and colon, and greatly increases the risk of various cancers. There are many natural options to help alcohol detox, home remedies alcohol detox offer many advantages to reduce the risks associated with alcoholism. It is a special risk to pregnant woman, who should avoid it completely, since irreversible fetal alcohol syndrome can occur at low doses. Alcohol is also involved with an estimated 60% of all violent crimes. Despite these negatives, only 20% of alcoholics can stop successfully.

Herbal medicines offer a valuable resource for the effects of, andaddiction to alcohol. Initially, there are herbs to detoxify and lessen cravings, while reducing the symptoms of withdrawal. Acorn tincture (Quercus glandis) or angelica can be used in all cases to create a powerful aversion to alcohol. Other plant medicines help repair the damage done, including liver herbs like milk thistle. Adaptogenic and tonic herbs can correct biochemical and neurological imbalances that contribute to drinking, by doing such things such as increasing the manufacture of neurotransmitters like serotonin.

Others herbs can help underlying anxiety or depression.


List of Home remedies for Alcohol Detox

  • Acorn***—Quercus robur glandium: Diminishes alcoholic craving, antidotes its effects, such as enlarged spleen and liver. Diarrhea may appear during treatment as a curative effect. Available as a homeopathic liquid under the name Ouercus glandis.
  •  Angelica**—Angelica atropurpurea: Reduces craving or creates dislike for alcohol; use 5 drops, 3 times daily.  A warming circulatory tonic that relieves gas, bloating, colic, headache.  Helps with enlarged spleen; anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.
  •  Calanatts*—Acorus calamus: Reduces the craving for alcohol; restorative for brain, nervous system.  Relieves gas, cramps, distention. Improves appetite, helps exhaustion.
  •  Cayenne***—Capsicum frutescens: Helps stop morning vomiting and gnawing stomach, reduces intense cravings for alcohol and promotes appetite; use in single drop doses. Reduces irritability, anxiety and tremor and induces calm sleep. Delirium tremens, chills, exhaustion can often be speedily relieved.
  •  Celandine***—Chelidonium majus: Specific for liver problems from alcohol; extreme sensitivity to, and bad effects from, drinking. Liver healer and detoxifier, even for cirrhosis. Calms emotions (i.e. anger, depression) during withdrawal or cravings. For general sluggishness, difficulty concentrating and mental dullness.



  • Hops**—Humulus lupulus: Sedative that relieves anxiety-related withdrawal symptoms; aids DTs. Helps irritability and restlessness, promotes healthy digestion. Relieves insomnia, frequent wakings; not suitable during depression.
  •  Khella**—Ammi visnaga: Ayurvedic herb that alleviates the acute and chronic effects of alcohol. Powerful antispasmodic and pain remedy. Used for asthma, angina.
  •  Kudzu***—Pueraria lobata: Traditional use in China to sober a drunk person and for various side effects of alcohol (hangover, thirst, gastric bleeding, loss of appetite). Recent research shows it can dramatically reduce craving for alcohol.
  •  Milk Thistle**—Silybum marianum: Protects against damage to the liver by alcohol, drugs and toxins. Powerfully regenerates damaged liver tissue; essential for cirrhosis.
  • Oats***—Avena sativa: Excellent for weaning off alcohol, drugs, opiates, narcotics. Invigorating without intoxication or overstimulation. Improves clarity, focus. Restores proper nerve functioning; eases a racing heart or palpitations.
  •  Passionflower*—Passiflora incarnata: Treats insomnia, delirium tremens or spasms related to withdrawal. Useful to induce restful sleep without producing hangover effects. Combines well with kava, skullcap, valerian, hops or Jamaican dogwood.
  •  Quassia*—Picrasma/Quassia excelsa: Antidotes effects of alcohol, rejuvenates the spleen. A bitter that stimulates appetite and digestive function; tonifies a weak digestive system.
  •  Schisandra**—Schisandra chinensis: Controls anger and aggression without sedation; combats depression. A liver tonic for hepatitis and an adaptogen that assists the body in balancing stress; effective for nervous exhaustion, weakness, insomnia.
  • Wild Lettuce*—Lactuca virosa: Produces a general sense of well-being, calms excitability, relieves pain. Mild sedative and cure for insomnia; safe for both young and old.


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9 Response to "Home Remedies Alcohol Detox"

  • Antonio

    Dear Sir,

    I would like to ask you how I can buy angelica altropurpurea drops. and also I would like to ask you if the above if really reduce craving for alchoolic.

    Thanks in advance Antonio

  • Emily

    From a Chinese herbalist: It is the kudzu flower, not the kudzu root, that treats alcohol cravings.

  • E Staeheli

    Is the information regarding alcohol detox included in your book? If it is in the book is there more information than above, or is that the format your information comes in, without amounts and details.

  • Yoli garza

    Where can l get some of this meds

  • Sea Brz

    Great information! I noticed that you show single, double, and triple asterisks next to some herbs, but do not see footnotes for them. Am I overlooking or can you point me to the information? Thank you.

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  • Jeff

    Interested in using these remedies, is there some particular order or combination of these?

    • Sam

      Jeff – Some of these are easier to find than others. If you have a herb store near you an herbalist can help you. Definitely get some capsules of milk thistle and take one daily. It is a hepatic meaning it protects the liver. You can make a tea of the herbs or a tincture. Hops, schisandra and oats are good ones they can also be combined and put in a glycerin based tincture. I would see an herbalist and they can male a formula got you but remember it does take time for herbs to be effective.

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