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Ephedra Herb Reviewephedra ma huang

Ma huang (Ephedra sinensis) is an important medicinal herb from China used for over 3,000 year in teas and other preparations to help with symptoms of asthma, colds and flu, and allergies. It has also found worldwide acceptance as an effective component of many herbal formulas, over-the-counter (OTC) medications, and as a source for the purified drugs ephedrine and pseudoephedrine used widely for upper respiratory tract ailments (such as allergies and asthma).

Ephedrine is the active ingredient in many diet pills and supplements. Many use the name "thermo", "lean" or "fat burner." Brand names include, Metabolife, MeTrim, Herbalife, Adiphen, Thermalean, Lipodrene, Zymax, Genicil, Patent Lean, Thermoslim, Ultra Lipo Lean, Trim Life, Hydroxy Cut, Xenadrine, Herbal Phen-Fen, Shapefast, Thermoburn, Thyro-slim, Trim Spa, Natural Trim, Thermo-Lift and many others.

What is ephedrine? Ephedrine (e-fedírin) a-methylamino-l phenyl-l propanol, is an alkaloid from the leaves of Ephededra equisetina, E. Sinica, and other species (family Gnetaceae). It is also called Ephedra & Ma Huang, the plant source for the Alkaloid ephedrine. Indigenous to China, India and parts of Southeast Asia .

Ephedra is probably the most popular and well-known OTC weight loss product on the market. Although it has been banned by the FDA in the past, Ephedrine, and herbal versions such as Ma Huang are still widely used in many supplements. Ephedra assists with weight loss and a variety of ailments.

How Ephedra Works:

The primary constituents of ephedra, ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, are plant alkaloids responsible for ephedra's medicinal action. These alkaloids stimulate the central nervous system by interacting with neurotransmitter receptors which dialate bronchial tubes, elevate blood pressure, and increase heart rate. Because these processes increase thermogenesis (the production of heat), Ephedra has been shown to stimulate weight loss as well. In dietary supplements, Ephedra is often combine with caffeine, guarana, and other ingredients to improve it's effectiveness.

Ephedra Benefits:

Physicians and herbal specialists prescribe Ephedra for the following uses:

  • Appetite suppression

  • Increased energy levels

  • Increased concentration and alertness

  • Heightened sexual arousal

  • Improved circulation

  • Relief of allergy and asthma symptoms

  • Improved upper respiratory condition

Ephedra Side Effects:

Almost all stimulants have the potential to produce negative side effects. In particular, Ephedra's side effects may be even more pronounced in people with anxiety and restlessness, high blood pressure, glaucoma, impaired circulation, prostate adenoma, pheochromocytoma, and thyrotoxicosis. Additionally, excessive levels of Ephedra produce even more problems.