How to Detox From Bronkaid

Bronkaid is an over-the-counter medication by Bayer Corporation that gives short-term relief of tightness in the chest, shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing associated with bronchial asthma. It also helps thin bronchial secretions, drains bronchial tubes and thins bronchial secretions to rid the bronchial passageways of troublesome mucus. Unfortunately, the active ingredient in Bronkaid is ephedra, which can cause numerous side effects such as high blood pressure, kidney stones, tremors, diarrhoea, restlessness, increased urination and an irregular heartbeat. You can, however, eliminate the side effects, strengthen your lungs and purge the drug toxins from your body.

Take supplements and consume foods rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants can help your body flush out the traces of Bronkaid in your body on the cellular level. Foods rich in antioxidants include garlic, tomatoes, berries and broccoli. In addition, you can supplement your diet the with astragalus herb tablets, which are rich in antioxidants. The recommended dosage is one 500 mg tablet taken once a day with food.

Eat 1 to 2 cups of artichokes every day. This potent vegetable contains a powerful phytochemical called cynarin, which acts by detoxifying your digestive system and liver, eliminating the harmful remnants of Bronkaid.

Take milk thistle capsules. This powerful herb includes the phytochemical called silymarin, which might strengthen and detoxify your liver while stimulating the cells of your immune system. Take one 175 mg capsule twice daily.

Drink 1 to 2 litres of water daily. Drinking enough water can assist your liver and kidneys in flushing out the toxic remnants of Bronkaid. Drinking more than 1 litre of water can also cool you off, move nutrients around and remove waste and bacteria.

Exercise for 40 minutes or more every day. Exercising stimulates and strengthens all your organs. It causes you to sweat out the toxins left by taking Bronkiad. Exercising also promotes elimination through your skin, digestive system and kidneys. Aerobics, jogging and other cardiovascular exercises must be performed every day.


Consult your physician before embarking on any detoxification treatment.

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Frank Dioso is a trained medical technologist working for prominent research institutions such as Quest Diagnostics and California Clinical Trials. He has, for many years, ghostwritten clinical trial reports for confidential pharmaceutical drugs and is currently contributing his clinical laboratory science knowledge to online how-to articles.