Charcoal is a lightweight, black residue, consisting of carbon and any remaining
ash, obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal ...
Activated charcoal uses include treatment of poisoning and drug overdoses,
used to reduce bloating and gas, lower cholesterol, treat bile flow problems.
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Don't let that half-empty bag from last summer sit around. Charcoal—the natural
lump variety made from hardwood—can do more than cook burgers.
August 2016 - Charcoal is a certain kind of half-burnt wood. People use charcoal
for fires because it burns hotter and cleaner than wood (less smoky), and more ...
Dec 19, 2016 ... Activated charcoal is sometimes used to help treat a drug overdose or a
poisoning. When you take activated charcoal, drugs and toxins can ...
Charcoal definition, the carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or
other organic substances in the absence of air. See more.
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