Mormon tea improves breathing

mormon-tea-supplementMormon tea brewed from twigs of the plant is to this day a popular thirst quencher and folk remedy; however, none of its uses in folk medicine have been validated by research.
Mormon tea has been recommended as being beneficial to health.
It tea is powerful decongestant and stimulant.
Marmon tea may raise moderately blood pressure; increase heart rate and cardiac output.
Bronchi are relaxed and dilated.

It was once a very popular folk remedy for syphilis and especially, gonorrhea.

Widely used by frontiersmen as a cure for venereal disease. In the desert, people chew a piece of the twig to relieve the pain of sunburned lips.
Mormon tea is also a remedy for colds and kidney disorders, and as a “spring tonic”.

If used in excess (i.e., every day for three weeks), there is the possibility of losing elasticity in the blood vessels and bronchial tubes. Also, Mormon tea and Chinese ephedra produces vertigo, nervousness, and insomnia with prolonged use.
It should not be used if one suffers from high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, or thyroid problems.

The Chinese technique to improve breathing is to bring a large pan of water to boil. Put 1 to 2 ounces of Mormon tea (or ma huang) into the boiling water and cover. Allow to boil for five minutes, then turn down the heat. Three or 4 cups of the liquid should produce the desired effect.


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