The safest alcoholic drinks for the human body are weak kvass such as vegetables, dairy, bread, cereals, flowers, conifers, herbal, etc. The percentage of alcohol in them is minimal, and it is it that causes the greatest harm to the internal organs.
Berry and fruit kvass, as well as various types of beer, are slightly more dangerous, due to the high alcohol content, but they contain a lot vitamins and other nutrients (nutrients) that partially compensate for the harm caused to humans, as well as they have a beneficial effect on the digestive system and remove toxins.
Any quality ethanol. According to the principle - the more expensive the better. If, say, you choose between cognac for $ 40, $ 80, $ 300, $ 500, $ 2000 and $ 5000, then it is best to take it for $ 500. For the difference between $ 40 and 300 is many times more than between 2000 and 5000.
One more thing. After high-quality alcohol, as a rule, you don't have a headache (of course, it depends on the individual characteristics and dosage - but the one who drank the village moonshine will tell you for sure).
And so, yes, absolutely any alcohol harmful, first of all, due to the effect on the central nervous system. And only in the second - on the liver. So, if you start to feel dizzy, nausea or other joys, it's time to stop.
The safe dose of ethanol for women and men is 12ml and 24ml, respectively. Ethanol content per 100ml of alcohol: Beer - 6ml Wine - 12ml Vermouth - 18ml Vodka - 40ml Rum - 40ml - Cognac - 41ml - Gin - 43ml - Whiskey - 45ml - Tequila - 45ml
A bit strange question, because alcohol is harmful because of the ethanol it contains, its safe dose is not more than 30 ml, respectively, a dose of alcohol containing more of it will be harmful. Usually doctors recommend 150 ml. wine or 50 ml of vodka, brandy per day, because the regenerative capabilities of the liver will cover the damage inflicted on it in this case.