Sinus Congestion From Alpha-Burn or PLCAR?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by FYI777 View Post
    If you look it up in old pharmacology books(as rauwolfia isn't used in it's whole form nowadays) it was used years ago in a med called Raudixen@.This was the powdered whole root of Rauwolfia serpentina and nasal congestion was a "frequent complaint" of using it.
    I found it under Raudixin. Interesting sides from the pure powder at 200-400mg per day.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by marmadogg View Post
    I found it under Raudixin. Interesting sides from the pure powder at 200-400mg per day.
    These are standardized for Reserpine...which is NOTHING LIKE Alpha-yohimbine.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    These are standardized for Reserpine...which is NOTHING LIKE Alpha-yohimbine.
    Gotcha...I new you would set me straight.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by marmadogg View Post
    Gotcha...I new you would set me straight.
    Reserpine used to be a drug, but it had so many side effects (mostly long term) as well as an minimal tolerance for overdose that it has fallen out of favor.

    Reserpine is purged from Alpha-Burn.
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  5. I have been using Alpha Burn for a few weeks and my sinuses are swollen shut. I have used Afrin a few times which worked like majic but this has piqued my curiousity...

    Oxymetazoline (the active in Afrin) is an alpha-1 agonist and partial alpha-2 agonist and Alpha burn is an A2- antagonist. Wouldnt the use of one to counteract the sides of the other kind of be defeating the purpose?? Sort of like taking a Beta blocker with Clen ?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Leggo my Ego View Post
    I have been using Alpha Burn for a few weeks and my sinuses are swollen shut. I have used Afrin a few times which worked like majic but this has piqued my curiousity...

    Oxymetazoline (the active in Afrin) is an alpha-1 agonist and partial alpha-2 agonist and Alpha burn is an A2- antagonist. Wouldnt the use of one to counteract the sides of the other kind of be defeating the purpose?? Sort of like taking a Beta blocker with Clen ?
    I would think Afrin would act locally in the nasal passages while Alpha- Burn works systemically. You should be fine.
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