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Sunday, January 18, 2009

L-Thiamine For Depression

Healthy Teas, L-Theamine: L-Thiamine, 4 Depressions, ADD's and other brain mental disorders.(4:35 PM, 2-Sep-2008 ..,) Tea give us Thiamine that helps in weight, brain and other diseases!
Ezek. 47: 12..."and the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine...." The old law is still good for healing! White tea shown (Don't drink hot because it kill natural flora in gut.)
Organically grown TEA'S is good beverages like "Ceylon" to "Green teas" and etc. (Check the Internet for more L-thiamine teas) that's laden with Thiamine, an amino acid (infusions of Camellia sinensis), found almost exclusively in tea plants
Its Thiamine is found in Gyokuo leaf (research in the '50), and most teas which makes it a very good beverage.
It is related to glutamine and can cross the blood-brain barrier and enter into the brain. It also contains psychoactive properties and has been shown to reduce mental and physical stress or produce feelings of relaxation or improve cognition and mood when taken in combination with its "nature"-natures caffeine, not chemical like coke, pepsi i.e.
Theanine produces these effects by increasing the levels of gamma-amino butyric acids (GABA) levels and has shown micro molar affinities for AMPA, Kainate and NMDA receptors. Researchers also speculate that it may inhibit glutamic acid excitotoxicity. Theanine also promotes good alpha waves in the brain. Theanine increased brain's serotonin, dopamine (GABA) levels.
RE: Tea BBC News August 24, 2008
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition January 2007; 61(1):3-18
More on Herbal Teas:
Research has been done on rats repeatedly with extreme high doses of theamine and cause little to no effects.
It did show neuroprotective effects in one rat study. L-theanine has a significant effect on the release or reduction of neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin, resulting in improved memory and learning ability. L-theanine may also influence emotions due to its effects on the increased release of dopamine. L-theanine reduces brain serotonin concentration by either curtailing serotonin synthesis or increasing degradation in the brain.
Studies report that L-theanine increases the ANTI-tumor activity of chemotherapeutic agents. In addition, a good regulator of blood pressure, stress relief.
Japan is credited with most of the clinical studies and information we possess on L-theanine.
*L-Theanine helps the body's immune responses to infections by boosting the disease-fighting capacity of gamma delta T cells. (Pub. 2003, Brigham and Women's Hospital)
Blood sample of 11 coffee drinkers and tea drinkers who consume 600 milliliters found the production of anti-bacterial proteins was up to five times higher in the tea-drinkers, a stronger immune response.
Conclusions on Green Tea With Caffeine:
Research into L-theanine derived from the contradictory observation that green tea, with its high caffeine content, produces a very calming effect. The seemingly multi-dimensional reasons for this relaxation effect will continue to be studied. Current areas of ongoing research include using L-theanine as an alternative to Ritalin in children and adults, as a treatment for PMS, in controlling certain conditions of high blood pressure, in sharpening mental acuity and concentration, and as an anti-cancer agent alone and in synergy with other cancer-fighting agents. L-theanine may find another area of application for its use as a supplement in reducing the negative side effects of caffeine brought on by the over-consumption of coffee, soft drinks, or other caffeine-containing substances.
It's good to use in between meals for weight and so are soups!
**(For Sunburns, take Preparation H. It’s dermatologist approved for this purpose.)

**( Cream of tartar is a good alkalizer spice for yeast (1-3 tbs da for 3 days...may cause diarrhea for a few days till yeast kill off occurs...then repeat when necessary.)
Book out of print: Joseph Smith and Herbal Medicine by John Heinerman---> http://www.pshm.org/mormonmedicine.shtml#top
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