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ENG-112 February 19 Ephedra Keep it or Say goodbye to it What would you do if someone you loved was taken from you due to an ingredient in a dietary supplement Would you become enraged How bout angered But at who Who do you have to blame for this unfortunate act of events You can blame the producers of the dietary supplement but where is that going to get you these days with the court system the way it is You could always blame the loved one for not being responsible and doing the necessary research The thing is this isnt something that you can just over look cause it could very well happen to anyone you know As of this date in time the substance known as ephedra is still a legal substance sold in the United States Ephedra which is also known as Ma Huang Home is the worlds oldest medicine according to Chinese mythology The Chinese discovered ephedra more than some 5000 years ago Home As of April 6 2004 ephedra will no longer be legal for sale in the US At this time though there are many protestors against the banning of this substance and many people fighting to keep it legal in the US It would be a travesty to keep this substance legal for distribution in the United States how many more lives have to be lost before actions are taken In the United States today we are dealing with many problems from illegal substances and I realize that ephedra may not be of heavy significance to some of the population but it should be Ephedra is a deadly substance for many reasons one for instance is the numerous health risks it imposes on its users Ephedra works just like other sympathomimetics in the way that it raises blood pressure Home Which if that was all that would be more than enough for a lot of the population
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