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Old 06-14-2006, 11:49 PM   #1
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**** my liver

Doctor tells me its a serious health risk to keep drinkin or sippin lean because i have hard spots on the liver. I never even got to drink legally.
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Old 06-15-2006, 12:11 AM   #2
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To create Lean, a popular drink originated from Houston Texas, you require the following for the original formula:

-Promethazine w/Codeine VC <- Sizzurp (active ingredient)
-Original Sprite Soda <- Mixing ingredient (although different flavors of sprite are now used, such as sprite remix)
-Jolly rancher candy <- Flavor additive

Put it all in a styrofoam cup and enjoy. The codeine is mainly responsible for the euphoric feeling after drinking lean. Promethazine causes motor skill impairment, lethargy, extreme drowsiness, as well as a disassociative feeling from all other parts of the body, specifically the stomach and digestive system. If it doesn't have promethazine w/ Codeine, it isn't real sizzurp.

The mixed drink combination known as "lean", is normally the color purple, due the added ingredient sizzurp, which is originally a dark purple syrup. There are other colors of sizzurp which can be added to create lean, but the purple is the true sizurp

Lean does not contain ANY form of alcohol, crushed pills, or other liquids in general.



thats tha GHETTO drink........so youre an alchi, and a druggie....lol
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that sux...so who knows where to get that draink for cheap?
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in my opinion...if you dont know when to stop...or to call it a night...you dont need to be drinking.

i drink weekends only because i have priorities. i cant afford to lose my job because everyone else goes out and smoke weed or drinks lean or goes to bars.

if you dont have enough common sense to stop before you get alcohol poisoning...youre just outright retarded.
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in my opinion...if you dont know when to stop...or to call it a night...you dont need to be drinking.

i drink weekends only because i have priorities. i cant afford to lose my job because everyone else goes out and smoke weed or drinks lean or goes to bars.

if you dont have enough common sense to stop before you get alcohol poisoning...youre just outright retarded.
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Drinking is waay over-rated anyway.
agreed. used to drink a hella lot.........barely 1x a month nowadays.

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lol, i used to be able to write checks at a bar in clear lake........lol
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i've watched my father kill himself for years... it's hard to care about someone who doesn't care about themselves. Please stop while you're ahead cause if you don't that bottle is all you will have left.
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goto yahoo and search string "cirrhosis coffee"...may give some light to your problem....
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Coffee Might Curb Alcoholic Cirrhosis

Study Shows Fewer Cases of Alcoholic Cirrhosis in Coffee Drinkers By Miranda Hitti
WebMD Medical News Reviewed By Louise Chang, MD
on Monday, June 12, 2006

June 12, 2006 -- Coffee may contain an ingredient that protects the liver against alcoholic cirrhosis, a new study shows.

The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, shows that among more than 125,000 people studied for up to 22 years, coffee drinkers were less likely to be diagnosed with alcoholic cirrhosis.

"These data support the hypothesis that there is an ingredient in coffee that protects against cirrhosis, especially alcoholic cirrhosis," the researchers write.

But they aren't recommending that anyone rely on coffee to prevent alcoholic cirrhosis. Not drinking heavily is a better strategy for liver health, the researchers note.

They included Arthur Klatzky, MD. He works in the research division of Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program of Oakland, Calif.

Coffee and Alcohol

Participants signed up for the study between 1978 and 1985. They were followed until the end of 2001.

Upon joining the study, participants got a checkup and completed surveys about their use of alcohol, coffee, tea, and cigarettes. None had already been diagnosed with liver problems.

Most participants noted drinking light or moderate amounts of alcohol (up to two daily drinks). Only 8% admitted drinking three or more alcoholic drinks per day.

Typical coffee consumption was one to three daily cups, noted by 42% of the group. Another 16% reported drinking four or more daily cups of coffee.

Alcoholic Cirrhosis Rarer

Over the years, 330 participants were diagnosed with cirrhosis; 199 of those cases were alcoholic cirrhosis. The remaining cases of cirrhosis were nonalcohol related.

For every daily cup of coffee that participants reported drinking, they were 22% less likely to have been diagnosed with alcoholic cirrhosis during the study, Klatzky's team reports.

The odds of developing nonalcoholic cirrhosis weren't linked to coffee consumption.

Coffee drinkers were also less likely to have high blood levels of liver enzymes. That pattern was strongest in people with the highest reported alcohol consumption.

Participants only took the survey once -- when the study started. So the data don't include changes in coffee or alcohol consumption.

People don't always report their drinking habits accurately, note Klatzky and colleagues, adding that participants' alcohol use is "relatively stable."

Was It the Caffeine?

Klatzky's team didn't identify what ingredient in coffee might help protect the liver from alcoholic cirrhosis.

Caffeine might not get the credit. Tea contains caffeine, but tea consumption didn't appear to lower participants' odds of being diagnosed with any form of cirrhosis.

Past studies on caffeine and alcoholic cirrhosis haven't reached any firm conclusions, note Klatzky and colleagues. "In our opinion this issue is quite unresolved," they write, adding that coffee drinkers were more common than tea drinkers in their study.

As an observational study, the study doesn't prove that drinking coffee cuts the chance of developing alcoholic cirrhoses, the researchers caution. They also point out that if coffee protects the liver, the effects of adding cream, milk, sugar, or other substances to coffee aren't yet known.
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man, im not trying to get in trouble for flaming, but i think this is my non-flaming exception to the rule.


your 17, quit drinking you fu cking . you cant even buy cigarettes legally, take all the money your spending on alchohol, and buy your sorry a life!!
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