Charcoal 活性炭

Charcoal has been used as a folk remedy as far back as recorded history. North American Indians used charcoal for the treatment of gas pains long before our forefathers came to this continent.
>炭被用作民間的治療方法巳有一段很悠長的歷史。北美印度人在他們的始祖還沒有到大陸地時,巳有使用炭來醫療不同的痛症.

Homeopathic physicians have used charcoal throughout the world for more than 200 years.
在全球,順勢療法的醫生使用炭巳有二百年多的歷史。

Charcoal is rated in Category 1 (safe and effective) status by the FDA for acute toxic poisoning.
美國食品及藥物管理局將活性炭定為急性中毒的第一類別,即安全和有效。

Charcoal has been an official remedy in the United States for at least 100 years, and was eliminated from the U.S. Pharmacopoeia about 1950, not because it was ineffective, but because of its general disuse in American medicine following the phenomenal growth of the drug industry.
炭的使用在美國的官方治療也有至少一百年的歷史。但卻在1950年的美國藥典中被刪除了,原因不是由於沒有效用,而是由於在藥物工業的發展中,活性炭在美國的藥物中巳很少或沒有被使用。

The light and fluffy black powder of charcoal has been used as a officially recognized antidote since the 19th century.
在十九世紀,光澤和絨毛狀的炭粉巳被視為一種解毒劑。

It is easy to make by a destructive distillation of organic materials such as wood pulp, petroleum coke, coals, peat, sawdust, wood char, paper mill waste, bone, and coconut shells.
利用有機物質(如木漿、石油、焦炭、煤塊、泥煤、鋸末、木炭、廢紙、骨頭和椰子殼)和透過破壞性蒸餾法就能製造出來。

Any kind of wood such as willow, eucalyptus, pine, oak and others are adequate sources of wood charcoal. Charcoals made from vegetable materials such as wood and coal contains about 90% carbon.
任何類型的木頭(柳木、喬木、松木、櫟木或其他)都可以用作製造炭的來源.炭亦可由一些木材或煤(含有90%的碳)一類植物性物質製成。