Alcohol (ethanol) is a chemical that is familiar to our bodies. Evolution has given us the body chemistry that is capable of breaking down alcohol. Our ancestors consumed alcohol from eating over-ripe fruit, and we even make about 3 grams per day of alcohol in our digestive system by food fermentation. Thus, none of us is truly alcohol-free.
Alcohol is broken down in the body by enzymes with the abbreviation ADH. These use zinc, cysteine, thiamine and nicotinamide to carry out their function. All these natural substances are in ZABINO.
The body normally makes ADH to match the intake of alcohol. One of the chemicals needed to make ADH in the body is pyridoxine. This natural substance is also in ZABINO.