Brigham Tea

Brigham Tea has been used medicinally for more than five thousand years. There have been no reported undesirable side effects when the plant is used in its wholesome state. Brigham tea has been used for a wide variety of ailments, including: asthma, hay fever, and other allergies for the first stages of a cold or influenza, arthritis, fluid retention, coughs, malarial and other fevers, headaches, rheumatism, syphilis, boils, acne, a digestive tonic, and many others. Brigham tea has been historically used by frontiersmen to treat venereal diseases, such as syphilis and gonorrhea.

Brigham tea lists ephedrine, pseudopherine, lucenin 2, phosphorus, resin, tannin, and vicenin 2 among its active constituents. The allopathic world extracts ephedrine and pseudopherine for use in pharmaceuticals. The pharmacological action of ephedrine is similar to adrenalin. Its pressor and vaso-constrictor activity is lower, but its action lasts longer. It stimulates respiration, and increases the depth of respiration. Ephedrine reinforces heart action and dilates the bronchi, especially during spasms-which is why it is used for bronchial asthma. Ephedrine stimulates the central nervous system, and is used for treating depression and narcolepsy. It is an expectorant, and is useful for acute sinusitis and hay fever. Using ephedrine extracted from a plant will result in side effects. Pseudoephedrine has a similar, but weaker effect that that of ephedrine. It has a stronger diuretic effect.

In five thousands years of use of the whole plant, not one negative side effect has been reported. In just a few short years of extracting ephedrine and pseedophedrine from the Ephreda plants, many negative side effects have been reported, including death! When the whole plant is used, all of the chemical constituents are present, including those that balance out the active constituents. When just one alkaloid is extracted, the alkaloid becomes a powerful pharmaceutical and very dangerous. Ephedrine should not be mixed with other stimulants, such as caffeine.

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