by Matt Weik
For starters, we need a small disclaimer that the products I’m going to talk about should only be used after consulting your doctor first. Using an asthma treatment for a purpose other than the intended one can be dangerous. That being said, Bronkaid might be exactly what you’re looking for if you loved your old EC stack (ephedrine + caffeine) from before.
It seems to be forever, but the sadness strikes as if it was only yesterday when ephedrine was removed from the market. Everywhere competitors and gymnastics rats bought EC or ECA stacks on the left and right (the “A” is aspirin). And do you know what happened? They watched her body fat almost melt away. But as with all things that actually work incredibly well, you have the fools who go out and abuse it and get sick, which then results in the relapse and final removal and ban of the product.
Apart from that, there is a product that still contains ephedrine that you can buy over the counter – but only in limited quantities per month. Why a limited amount you can ask? It’s because people buy it up and make meth out of it. Therefore, when you buy Bronkaid, you need to present a proper ID that will be entered into the system. Once you’ve reached the limit, you’ll be cut off for the month.
What do you need to know about Bronkaid?
First and foremost, Bronkaid is not a dietary supplement as you would expect from a fat burner, thermogen, or weight management product. Bronkaid is an asthma treatment product that promotes vasodilation (it is considered a bronchodilator) and opens the airways. Bronkaid has been shown to be safe and effective when used as directed.
According to their website (www.Bronkaid.com), they claim that “only a Bronkaid caplet temporarily relieves mild asthma symptoms such as bronchial congestion, wheezing, chest tightness and shortness of breath.” They also say that using Bronkaid can restore free breathing and help loosen mucus. Some stores have it on the shelf, while most have it behind the counter in the pharmacy (again, no prescription is required, you just need to show your ID).
You can pick up a bottle of Bronkaid from stores like Target, CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Meijer, Walmart, and HEB, to name a few. If you go to the Bronkaid website, there are even coupons available for you to print out and use in various retail stores.
Each Bronkaid caplet contains 25 mg of ephedrine sulfate and 400 mg of guaifenesin. You might be wondering what the hell guaifenesin is? Guaifenesin is an expectorant that can help you remove mucus. That said, guaifenesin makes you sick (vomiting) if you take too much. Therefore, you cannot dose Bronkaid extremely high, otherwise you will get sick.
How is it used as an EC stack for weight loss?
Again, I’m not telling you to use Bronkaid for weight loss or in the dosages we’re going to talk about, as this should only be used for informational purposes. That being said, Bronkaid with 25 mg ephedrine can be used as a single dose. Many try to plan their dosage before training to get the most benefit from the application.
Many people who use an EC stack tend to increase their dosage over the weeks. For example, a week at 25 mg of ephedrine with 200 mg of caffeine, the next week at 50 mg of ephedrine with 400 mg of caffeine, the week after that 75 mg of ephedrine with 600 mg of caffeine, and most stop there a few weeks before going back to 25 Reduce mg and decrease the stack. Some can even take more than 100 mg of ephedrine within 24 hours.
The half-life of ephedrine is three to six hours. If someone wants to take more than 25 mg, they can distribute the dosage every three to six hours. The caffeine should be distributed and taken in the same way as the ephedrine.
EC stacks have been used successfully by many people with minimal side effects. An EC stack can effectively help burn fat, increase metabolism and increase energy levels. Fat in the body is more easily released into the bloodstream to be used as a fuel source, while caffeine helps to increase these effects. In addition, an EC stack helps to suppress hunger attacks and suppress appetite, which supports a calorie deficit when losing weight.
Some people have added aspirin to make an ECA stack, and the reason for adding the aspirin is said to help increase the effects of ephedrine and caffeine without raising your body’s core temperature too high (e.g., if You have a fever)).
Some side effects can occur through the use of an EC stack, such as: For example, be aware of anxiety, tremors, increased blood pressure, insomnia, nausea, extreme thirst, acid reflux, dehydration, headache, dizziness, palpitations and extreme sweating.
If you’re looking for extreme fat burning and weight loss, combining an EC stack with Bronkaid along with a solid exercise program, cardio, and a calorie deficient eating plan is ideal. As with anything, there is no miracle pill that gives results when you sit on your butt. It takes time, effort, and dedication to see weight loss results.