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Health Products > Hoodia Gordonii

Used for centuries, the San bushmen of South Africa consumed Hoodia on a regular basis during times of food scarcity and on long hunts to reduce the sensation of hunger and thirst.

Hoodia is a cactus-like succulent plant which contains substances that dramatically reduces hunger, appetite, and thirst. South African medical researchers in have identified compounds called sterol glycosides, present in Hoodia gordonii. The pharmaceutical industry has been so impressed by research findings with Hoodia that there have been multi-million dollar deals to try to make drugs or food additives from constituents of Hoodia, however making a drug or synthetic derivative is not consistent with its traditional use as an appetite suppressant by native South Africans and is not supported by complementary health.

The plant, Hoodia is very bitter in taste, but reduced to a powder and encapsulated taste is not an issue, the whole powder contains fibre, organic material, antioxidants, and biologically active substances. Hoodia does not contain any dangerous stimulant molecules, but it does contain substances that may mimic the effects of glucose on nerve cells in the brain. Controlled clinical and laboratory experiments have shown that obese people taking Hoodia have comfortably reduced their calorie intake by a thousand calories per day.

Pure Hoodia Gordonii is

  • From South Africa
  • Great Appetite Suppressant
  • Completely Safe and Effective
  • Completely Natural
  • Safety - Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing, or have the following conditions:
    • High blood pressure
    • Heart disease
    • Thyroid disease
    • Glaucoma
    • Diabetes
    • Difficulty urinating due to prostate enlargement
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • If you are now taking a prescription monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) (certain drugs for depression, psychiatric or emotional conditions, or for two (2) weeks after stopping the MAOI drug. If you are uncertain whether your prescription drug contains an MAOI, consult your physician before taking this product.
    • Do not exceed recommended dosage.
       
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