How Does The Renal System Compensate For Respiratory Acidosis

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What other names is Black Tea known by? Black Leaf Tea, Camellia sinensis, Camellia thea, Camellia theifera, Chinese Tea, English Tea, Feuille de Thé Noir, Té Negro, Tea, Thé Anglais, Thé Noir, Thea bohea, Thea sinensis, Thea viridis, Theaflavin, Théaflavine. What is Black Tea? Black tea is a product made from the Camellia sinensis plant. The aged leaves and stems are used to make medicine. Green tea, which is made from fresh leaves of the same plant, has some different properties. Black tea is used for improving mental alertness as well as learning, memory, and information processing skills. It is also used for treating headache; both low and high blood pressure; high cholesterol; preventing heart disease, including "hardening of the arteries" (atherosclerosis) and heart attack; preventing stroke; preventing Parkinson's disease; and reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Black tea is also taken by mouth to prevent cancer, including stomach and intestine cancer, colon and rectal cancer, lung cancer, ovarian cancer, bladder cancer, mouth cancer, pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, cancer of the kidneys, cancer of the esophagus, and cancer of the lining of the uterus Continue reading >>

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  1. Adele L. Abrams

    High exposures to respirable crystalline silica (more than 50 ug/m3 as an 8 hr TWA) has been associated with renal (kidney) disease, according to OSHA’s final rule, which lowered the permissible exposure limit to this level, and requires medical surveillance of most exposed workers as well as exposure monitoring and implementation of exposure control plans. The rule took effect 9/23/17 for construction and becomes effective 6/23/18 for general industry and maritime. The rule is in litigation but the effective dates were not delayed by the court. In addition to renal disease, silica overexposures are linked with lung cancer, COPD, pneumoconiosis, autoimmune disorders and silicosis.

  2. Barry Gehm

    It would probably be bad for them (clog up the fine capillaries and tubules) if it could get to them, but I can’t see how it would. It isn’t something that would be absorbed into the bloodstream if eaten or inhaled. Inhaling it is bad for the lungs, for sure.

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