Added by on December 24, 2017

The combination of ephedrine, caffeine, and aspirin just might be one of the most effective fat burners to ever exist. Unlike many modern fat burners – this combo actually helped to combat against the dreaded “dieting plateau” that has plagued many bodybuilders for years. But in 2004 the FDA decided that ephedrine was too dangerous to be sold on the market and thus it was banned. But a little prodding done by scientists and some investigative work by Jerry Brainum shows that this fat burning combo might not have a good reason to be banned. There actually might not be any negative side effects at all (unless, like any other drug, you abuse the substance). Get the Straight Facts on this very powerful and beneficial fat burner that frustratingly was removed from the public eye above!

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22 Comments

  • reptilianskin 3 weeks ago

    I used to use it in the 90s. It was very effective for me. However it did give me jitters at night. Even if I took it around noon and did cardio at night, when I went to bed my mind was fully awake for hours.
    Others I know that took it had some serious problems where they hot extremely hot, sweating uncontrollably, and some had heart rate so fast they had trouble breathing and passed out. But I never had all that.

  • TrappenWeisseGuy ; 3 weeks ago

    Come up to Canada. I can buy 50 tab bottles of 8mg for dirt cheap all day long.

  • Maximilian Jehuda Ewert 3 weeks ago

    Ephedrea is a predecessor of the amphetamine Ritalin.So if I take it, I get real sleepy, because of ADD.Real sleepy my metabolism goes down, I get fat.

  • Jeff Lomprey 3 weeks ago

    Driving me nuts he keeps saying ephedrine wrong

  • ابو خالد 3 weeks ago

    Do I need to cicle ephedrine

  • Danny H 3 weeks ago

    Everyone say thanks to that stupid cyclist that consumed half a can of orange powder. That's the gloom and doom story that ended it all. They probably killed the poor bastard just to sell the ban.

  • Clarence Charping 3 weeks ago

    Almost anything can produce a mild thermogenesis effect. Ephedrine is BULLSHIT.

  • Keith Greenan 3 weeks ago

    Its always misinformation that causes these substances to be banned> now they want to ban kratom with a misinformation campaign.

  • nature2rule 3 weeks ago

    If you're going to do a 27 min. video educating the people on ephedrine, then you should know how to pronounce it. It's not pronounced efadreen, it's pronounced effedrine. Like it's derivative ephedra. This herb is heavily used in the body-building world for fat loss and extra energy.

  • altair 3 weeks ago

    Legal in Canada.

  • William B 3 weeks ago

    There was no mention of ephedrine's use in the production of crystal meth. It's unfortunate but it seems that tweakers with a hankering for meth have also contributed to having it banned.

  • Karl B63 3 weeks ago

    Just to give you an idea of how popular and wide spread its use was… when the International Olympic Committee banned the use of Ephedrine (ephedra, ma huang), the following year the United States claimed that over 60% of its athletes suffered from exercise-induced asthma allowing them (medical use of stimulant inhalants is allowed) to test positive for it.

  • Will Vaughn 6.3 3 weeks ago

    ECA is effective but it's a bitch to get off, it's similar to taken speed once you stop taken it you will have very low energy which can lead to depression, not worth it IMO

  • the Shadow 3 weeks ago

    fat burner

  • Elvathar 3 weeks ago

    The ultimate fat burner is a caloric defecit. Works every single time.

  • Joseph 3 weeks ago

    people are so naive….go ahead and put garbage into your body for a quick shortcut and wait and see 25 years later they will tell you all the health problems it causes….

  • Jerry Seinfeld 3 weeks ago

    Ephedra is still available and relatively easy to find in Canada.

  • Casey 3 weeks ago

    been on the ECA stack since 2012, during most of that time i didnt touch pop or alcohol, 32mgE, 400mgC, 100mgA have not experienced any psychological or medical problems yet. I only take it once a day prior to working out. gains have been average and consistent while reducing my bodyfat %. It is no wonder drug that will make you skinny but it does provide a boost to your metabolism and increased energy for working out.

    IMO it is better than that crap pre-workout stuff that other people use

  • UNORIGINAL HUGH TOOBER 3 weeks ago

    Ephedra 375 mg (supplying[8%/vol.] 28 mg Ephedrine)
    Kola-Nut (75% caffeine) … 375 mg
    White Willow Bark … 50 mg
    Chromium Picolinae … 400 mcg

    Best combination for fat loss if anyone remembers Nature's Lab Thermogenesis ( Red Rockets)

  • GreenEyed Aryan 3 weeks ago

    What's ur guys dick to ball ratio?

  • Lourens L 3 weeks ago

    I wouldn't be so sure, it just doesn't add up.
    The amount of adverse effects reports were in the one-hundred thousands. Doesn't that trouble you? Yes, some can be attributed to overdosage, and it was widely used. You said that you, yourself, didn't experience any adverse effects, but it's common knowledge that everyone reacts differently on chemical properties – you should know this.
    Is this enough reason to just dismiss any critisism on the use of ephedrine? A two-minute google search led to finding this ( http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM200012213432502 ) – one of the things that the study reviewed was the causality between the use of ephedrine and death. Many cases were concluded to be indeed caused by the use of ephedrine.

  • Lourens L 3 weeks ago

    I wouldn't be so sure, it just doesn't add up.
    The amount of adverse effects reports were in the one-hundred thousands. Doesn't that trouble you? Yes, some can be attributed to overdosage, and it was widely used. You said that you, yourself, didn't experience any adverse effects, but it's common knowledge that everyone reacts differently on chemical properties – you should know this.
    Is this enough reason to just dismiss any critisism on the use of ephedrine? A two-minute google search led to finding this ( http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM200012213432502 ) – one of the things that the study reviewed was the causality between the use of ephedrine and death. Many cases were concluded to be indeed caused by the use of ephedrine.