2012-01-13

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by Neil Godfrey

Chinese tree offers hope for alcohol antidote

This appeared on the national ABC’s PM program last night: Herbal cure for alcoholism

An extract from an oriental raisin tree – a compound called DHM – has proved its worth as an alcohol antidote in a series of experiments on rats. . . .

But she says those dreaming of a magic antidote to drinking too much can think again. The presence of DHM also reduced the cravings for alcohol – a factor that Dr Liang says could prove invaluable in treating alcoholism in humans. . . .

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  • 2012-01-13 14:28:36 GMT+0000 - 14:28 | Permalink

    …reduced the cravings for alcohol…

    You say that like it’s a good thing.

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