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Coca leaves are not the same thing that Chloridrate of Cocaine

IS THE COCA LEAVES A DAMN HERBAL OR A BLESSED ... Herbs for a long and healthy life.By Paul ... ... Incas discover the coca ... and magical ... 2,


IS THE COCA LEAVES A DAMN HERBAL OR A BLESSED PLANT
Natural Herbs for a long and healthy life.

By Paul Ramssauer
http://www.peruherbals.com

The Incas discover the coca medicinal and magical properties 2,000 a.c., but the large industrialized nations found other
applications for the coca leaves that have nothing to do with beneficial applications for the human being.

The coca plant is essentially a medicinal plant per excellence, whose preventive and therapeutic properties have demonstrated their effectiveness throughout time.

Erythroxylon is the botanical name of the coca herbals and there is a full in deep study made by Antonio Brack Egg a Peruvian scientific biologist who devoted more than twenty years studying Peruvian native plants under the financial support of the United Nations Development Program and CBC (Centro de Estudios Reginales Andinos Bartolome de Las Casas.

Coca leaves might be useful as a natural treatment for; altitude illness, asthma, gastrointestinal ailments and motion sickness, high blood, as a fast-acting antidepressant, boost alertness, as a substitute stimulant for coffee in certain cases, and as an adjunct in programs of weight reduction and physical fitness (reduce the to anxiety of eating). In leaf form, coca does not produce toxicity or dependence. Its effects are distinct from those of cocaine (see references).

A whole extract of the leaf, include; alkaloids, natural flavors, and several nutrients vitamins A, B1, C, E, B12 potassium, magnesium Zinc copper Sodium, Phosforus, Calcium Fibre, iron.

the Andean natives like to chew today coca (chacceo) burning some coca leaves and mixing with fresh coca leaves wrapping a piece of lime forming a ball of coca leaves with the lime as the nucleus to obtain a chemical reaction together with the inner mouse fluids to support long hardworking periods without a need to eat or get tired

It is not by chance that the plant has acquired a broad and diverse range of applications in the traditional medicine of the indigenous people. Its irreplaceable qualities have been demonstrated over time and throughout a vast territory. The coca leaf has established itself as the traditional remedy for treating physiological and psychological illness, and by virtue of its composition it is a powerful energy restorer for curing stomach and digestive ailments, alleviating affections of the larynx and vocal chords, preventing vertigo, regulating arterial pressure and the metabolism of carbohydrates, and even of improving sexual prowess.

Today if you arrive to Cusco to visit the Machu Pichu the most famous Incas ruins you will be invited to deserve a cup of Coca tea for free and will advice you to accept the invitation if you don't want to suffer the altitude illness. and if you like to visit Huaraz you also will have the opportunity to try Coca Tea for free (of course if you like to try again they will charge your credit card).

- CONTAINS MORE PROTEINS (19.9%)
THAN MEAT (19.4%)
- FAR MORE CALCIUM (2,191%) THAN
CONDENSED MILK
- RICHER IN VITAMIN B-1 (276%)
THAN FRESCH CARROTS
- SATISFIED DIETARY ALLOWANCE
FOR CALCIUM, IRON, OSPHOROUS,
VITAMIN A, B AND E.

The physical effects of MATE DE COCA are as follows

- INCREASED STAMINA.
- ABILITY TO GO LONG PERIODS OF
TIME WITHOUT FOOD.
- BLOCKED SENSE OF FATIGUE AND
COLD.
- DECREASED NEED FOR SLEEP.
- MOOD ELEVATION.

MATE DE COCA is a traditional remedy for:

- ALTITUDE OR MOUNTAIN SICKNESS
- STRESS (excellent!!)
- TREATING GASTROINTESTINAL
DISORDERS.
- ALLEVIATING IRRITATION AND
INFECTION OF THEVOCAL CORDS
AND LARYNX
- PREVENTING VERTIGO.
- REGULATING ARTERIAL PRESSURE
AND THE METABOLISM OF
CARBOHYDRATES.
- ALLEVIATING DIARREA.
- IMPROVING SEXUAL PROWESS.
- RELIEVING COLDS, BRUISES, SORE
JOINTS, MUSCLES.
- SWOLLEN FEET AND HEADACHES

It is also extremely benign: patients at the San Francisco National Addiction Research Foundation, were encouraged in the 1980s to drink as much mate de coca as they desired to help wean themselves off cocaine. When consumed in generous quantities, coca tea is remarkably good at easing drug-cravings.

Mate Coca is not addictive so you can take up to three cups a day
you can stop at any time.

Shamans from some traditional Indian tribes still smoke coca leaves
for magical purposes. Inhaling the sacred vapors induces a trance-like state. Coca enables a shaman to cross 'the bridge of smoke', enter the world of spirits, and activate his magical powers. Alas the leaves don't travel well; and this ancient usage is uncommon in the
urban industrial West.

Strictly speaking, the leaves aren't actually chewed. Typically, the dried coca leaf is moistened with saliva. The wad is placed between the gum and cheek and it is gently sucked. The invigorating juices are swallowed.

Andean people refused several times to stop using the coca leaves for their magic ceremonies, but the city people also likes to use coca tea because their medicinal properties

But cocaine is a complete different thing, To get a few grams of cocaine the evil drug, is necessary to collect a large quantity coca leaves and process it using harmful chemicals in an illegal danger process.

References:

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A MEDICINAL TEA
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According to research, the chemical composition of coca leaves is more complete and rich in calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fibre, ash, minerals (calcium, phosphorous, iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, ascorbic acid, etc.) and vitamins A, C and E than other food plants and infusions in common use such as coffee, tea, chamomile, etc. Thanks to this research, it is nowadays recognized that the coca leaf contains more proteins (19.9 per cent) than meat (19.4 per cent) and far more calcium (2,191 per cent) than condensed milk, and that it is richer in vitamin B-1 (276 per cent) than fresh carrots (see, Carter and Mamani, Coca in Peru, 1980).

Finally, a direct link has been established between man's hunger, his physical and moral fatigue and the traditional use of coca, which ranges from chewing, through infusions to poultices. Under extreme poverty, characterized by malnutrition and by disease due essentially to lack of calories and vitamins, the chemical composition of coca not only allows indigenous people to withstand cold and hunger, but also provides them with a valuable source of vitamins and energy.

Who Put the COKE in Coca-cola.
There is an excellent abstract by © 1998 by Th. Metzger Artwork by Nick Bougas.

Dictionary of Useful Peruvian By © Antonio Brack Egg June 1999
Plants ISBN 9972-691-21-0

Atlanta Journal. "A Wonderful Medicine." March 10, 1885.
Freud, Sigmund. The Cocaine Papers. Ed. Robert Byck. (NY: Stonehill Press) 1974.
Kahn, E.J. The Big Drink. (NY: Random House) 1950.

Kennedy, Joseph. Coca Exotica. (Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickenson UN. Press) 1985.

Pendergrast, Mark. For God, Country and Coca-Cola. (NY: Scribners) 1993.

Watters, Pat. Coca-Cola: an Illustrated History. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday) 1978.l

Metzger is the author of The Birth Of Heroin And The Demonization Of The Dope Fiend. (Loompanics Unlimited, 1998.)

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According to research, the chemical composition of coca leaves is more complete and rich in calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, ash, minerals (calcium, phosphorous, iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, ascorbic acid, etc.) and vitamins A, C and E than other food plants and infusions in common use . Thanks to this research, it is nowadays recognized that the coca leaf contains more proteins (19.9 per cent) than meat (19.4 per cent) and far more calcium (2,191 per cent) than condensed milk, and that it is richer in vitamin B-1 (276 per cent) than fresh carrots (see, A. Brack the, Coca in Peru, 1980).

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Calcium (Ca)18mg, Phosphorus (P)6.4 mg, Magnesium (mg) 2.1mg, Potassium (K)30 mg,.
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Today have been identified around 1,400 herbs with medicinal properties but there are over 25,000 species
still unknown, according A. Brack a Peruvian Researcher author of the Dictionary of Peruvian Medicinal Herbs

Who Put the COKE in Coca-cola.
There is an excellent abstract by © 1998 by Th. Metzger Artwork by Nick Bougas.

Dictionary of Useful Peruvian By © Antonio Brack Egg June 1999
Plants ISBN 9972-691-21-0

Atlanta Journal. "A Wonderful Medicine." March 10, 1885.
Freud, Sigmund. The Cocaine Papers. Ed. Robert Byck. (NY: Stonehill Press) 1974.
Kahn, E.J. The Big Drink. (NY: Random House) 1950.

Kennedy, Joseph. Coca Exotica. (Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickenson UN. Press) 1985.

Pendergrast, Mark. For God, Country and Coca-Cola. (NY: Scribners) 1993.

Watters, Pat. Coca-Cola: an Illustrated History. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday) 1978.l

Metzger is the author of The Birth Of Heroin And The Demonization Of The Dope Fiend. (Loompanics UnlimitedBusiness Management Articles, 1998.)

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Pete Mendez .
B.S. & M.S. in Agriculture
A free lance research in Andean Agri Business and Nutritional herbs



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