Hoodia Gordonii is an extract with the potential to suppress appetite and thirst.
The whole world likes Hoodia because it reduces the “sweet tooth” or at least the companies that had a license to pick and produce extracts from this rare and endangered plant say so.
The truth is that the scientific world does not yet know whether the herb works when taken in a standard way - through the mouth.
Hoodia Gordonii is an extract with the potential to suppress appetite and thirst. Studies show that in many places, Hoodia extract is recommended as a thirst repressive.
The Kalahari San people have been using the flesh of the plant to suppress hunger in long desert trips for years. However, this has not been studied scientifically.
The fact that is has been mentioned in many places does not mean that it is automatically true. Hoodia (Hoodia Gordonii, Apocynaceae) e cactus-like plant that grows in the African Kalahari desert.
The plant is famous for its smell of rotten meat. The smell attracts flies that pollinate it with their wings.
The Hoodia extract is a dry mixture of the inner soft (fleshy) tissue of a plant, comprising a standardized rate of active substance - the molecule P57. It represents a steroidal glycoside and it has been said that it is the main active substance.
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