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Mormon Tea - Benefits, How To Make & Side Effects | Organic Facts

Mormon tea helps in lowering blood pressure, improving respiratory health, increasing energy levels, and preventing kidney infections and boosting immune system.

Ma Huang 麻黃, Ephedra, has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for 5,000 years for the treatment of asthma and hay fever, as well as for the common cold. Native Americans and Mormon pioneers drank a tea brewed from other Ephedra species, called Mormon Tea or Indian Tea.

Ma Huang 麻黃, Ephedra, has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for 5,000 years for the treatment of asthma and hay fever, as well as for the common cold. Native Americans and Mormon pioneers drank a tea brewed from other Ephedra species, called Mormon Tea or Indian Tea.

Mormon Tea (Ephedra viridis)

Vegetation Around Las Vegas, Mormon Tea (Ephedra viridis)

This shrub grows naturally in many parts of the U.S. Ephedra viridis gets its common name, Mormon Tea, due to its popularity with Mormons who use it as an energy drink in place of caffeine, which they can't drink according to their religion.

This shrub grows naturally in many parts of the U. Ephedra viridis gets its common name, Mormon Tea, due to its popularity with Mormons who use it as an energy drink in place of caffeine, which they can't drink according to their religion.

Mormon Tea - Species: Ephedra viridis, Zone: 3-6, Height: 2-4', Spread: 2-4', Light: Sun, Utah Native, Drought Tolerant: High, Leafless evergreen shrub with bright green wiry stems. Survives in very tough conditions in nature.

Mormon Tea - Species: Ephedra viridis, Zone: Height: Spread: Light: Sun, Utah Native, Drought Tolerant: High, Leafless evergreen shrub with bright green wiry stems. Survives in very tough conditions in nature.

Ephedra torreyana variety torreyana (Torrey's Mormon Tea) Ephedraceae (Ephedra Family)

Ephedra torreyana variety torreyana (Torrey's Mormon Tea) Ephedraceae (Ephedra Family)

Ephedra viridis Mormon Tea, Brigham Tea, Long Leaf Ephedra, Mountain Joint Fir, Mormon Tea, Ephedra

Ephedra viridis Mormon Tea, Brigham Tea, Long Leaf Ephedra, Mountain Joint Fir, Mormon Tea, Ephedra

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If you get lost in the desert you should have a good knowledge about the arid edibles that can keep you alive. Here are the arid edibles you should forage.

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