Hoodia

Hoodia is a medication used for the treatment of obesity. The drug showed great effectiveness in clinical trials.

Hoodia is manufactured in the form of capsules. Each bottle contains 60 capsules.

Each capsule weighs 750mg

The content of the drug is natural (it is made from natural plant).

Besides active ingredient P57 molecule it contains Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate and Gelatin.

The drug is safe and is unlikely to cause any adverse side effect.

Hoodia is much different from diet supplements like Ephedra or Phenfen which are now prohibited because of adverse side effects. Hoodia`s active ingredient deceive your brain that you are totally satiated.

Hoodia Gordonii is the plant from which Hoodia capsules are made from. Hoodia Gordonii is also known as Xhoba. This plants looks like cactus and it has long been used by African tribes to suppress hunger. Hoodia Gordonii belongs to Asclepiadaceae family.

Approximately 20 species belong to the family of Asclepiadaceae.

When growing it forms multi-stemmed stems 12 inches wide and 12 inches high. The plant smells unpleasant and tastes bitter. It bears pale purple flowers. In the mature state the plant measures six feet long and may live a whole century or even more.

The Hoodia Gordonii plant grows in the southwestern regions of Africa and is still actively used by aboriginals when going on long-term hunting expeditions.