Friday, December 5, 2014



 Caralluma Frimbriata is used for weight loss by controlling your appetite.  It has worked for years for people in other countries.  They would chew the plant to keep from getting hungry when hunting.  

I think this product seems to work.  What I do know for sure is it does help you feel fuller faster.  I took it and I only ate about half what I normally do.  I have not had super weight loss but most supplements like this to see great results you must use with great diet and exercise.  The product does work for control and I will keep using it for that reason. 

(Quoted from WebMD.)

Caralluma is a succulent plant (cactus) from India. In India it grows wild and is often used as a border in gardens and as a roadside shrub. It is also found in the wild in Africa, Saudi Arabia, Canary Islands, Afghanistan, and Southern Europe.

Traditionally, Indian tribes chewed chunks of caralluma to keep from being hungry during a long hunt. These days, a solution that contains chemicals taken from the plant (extract) is used to decrease appetite for weight loss. It is also used to quench thirst and to increase endurance.

In foods in India, caralluma is cooked as a vegetable and is used in preserves such as chutneys and pickles. It is also eaten raw.

How does it work?

Chemicals contained in the caralluma plant are thought to decrease appetite.

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