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oenotherapy, enotherapy (ee" nah THER uh pee) (s) (noun); oenotherapies, enotherapies (pl)
The use of wine for purposes of treating a physical or a mental ailment: One of the major components of oenotherapy is the consumption of fermented beverages made of grapes in moderation on a regular and daily basis and not just for special occasions, celebrations, or for fancy dinners.

People should avoid drinking any alcoholic beverage, if they react badly to it and if they have:

  • Any significant stomach disease; such as, gastritis or ulcers.
  • A liver disease; such as, hepatitis or cirrhosis.
  • A heart disease; such as, myocarditis or myocardopathy.
  • A nerve disease; such as, peripheral neuropathy or encephalopathy.
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