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Indian cactus extract

400 Year Old Wild Indian Cactus Extract
Fights Cravings, Slims Waists…

 By Rob Poulos...

You probably already know I’m extremely skeptical when it comes
to most of the fat melting supplements out there (mostly bogus
synthetic junk), which is why when I learn about a natural substance
that has a solid history behind it, I am very anxious to try it out!

Well solid history might be an understatement here, as this super stuff has been used for more than 4 centuries!

Yeah, this ancient wild cactus extract has been used for over 400 years (how did we miss it all this time?) in India as a very effective natural appetite suppressant, which of course can lead to cutting down more fat and a slimmer trimmer waistline…

…NICE!

But first I have to give credit where credit is due… a pal of mine named Buck clued me in on this stuff a few weeks ago…

I of course had some skepticism about it, but was very intrigued when he told me he used it (along with a couple other techniques) to lose 15% of his body fat and drop 43 pounds…

Congrats to Buck!  I know how he feels have dropped about the same amount myself, so you know as well as I do this stuff deserves some attention:

 It’s called Caralluma Fimbriata, and is even considered a top ‘famine food’, used during times of famine to suppress appetite effectively, as it is readily available growing wild all over various parts of India.

This is probably because Caralluma Fimbriata is also believed to have an effect on the appetite control mechanism of the brain.

Of course if you don’t live in India, getting your hands on this stuff is not the easiest thing in the world to do…BUT-

-Buck gave me the hookup where we can get this in concentrated form for easier, faster effects (more on that below)…

But before we get to that, you should also know that a report I read recently that was submitted to the FDA by a leading producer of this extract also revealed that Caralluma Fimbriata:

-Prevents fat accumulation by blocking certain enzymes (citrate lyase) forcing fat to be burned…

-It’s also believed that the blocking of these enzymes inhibits the sensory mechanisms of the hypothalamus

-The cactus also has anti-inflammatory properties (inflammation can interfere with the processing of insulin)…

What about safety? Well, you’ll be as pleased as I was to learn that Ayurvedic (traditional Indian medicine) experts have proclaimed that there are no adverse effects when using Caralluma Fimbriata, and the plant has no known toxicity.

Here’s a recent clinical trial done on this wild cactus extract, showing it’s powerful effects on appetite supressing and waist slimming:


“The effect of Caralluma extract was assessed in overweight individuals by a placebo controlled randomized trial. Fifty adult men and women (25-60 years) with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 25 kg/m2 were randomly assigned into a placebo or experimental group; the latter received 1 g of Caralluma extract per day for 60 days. All subjects were given standard advice regarding a weight reducing diet and physical activity.

At the end of 30 and 60 days of intervention, waist circumference and hunger levels over the observation period showed a significant decline in the experimental group when compared to the placebo group. There was also a trend towards a greater decrease in body weight, body mass index, hip circumference, body fat and energy intake between assessment time points in the experimental group…

Conclusion: Caralluma extract appears to suppress appetite, and reduce waist circumference when compared to placebo over a 2 month period.

Kuriyan R, Raj T, Srinivas SK, Vaz M, Rajendran R, Kurpad AV. Division of Nutrition, Institute of Population Health and Clinical Research, St John’s National Academy of Health Sciences, Bangalore 560034, India.”


Alright, with all of this evidence staring me in the face, you’re probably ready to give this one a go too (I told Kalen, “com’on honey…it’s cactus time!”)… and I know of a few companies that are producing concentrated forms of this stuff right now.

But my pal Buck has done something even cooler with this stuff… before he lost all that weight, he blended in 3 other proven natural metabolic and energy boosters that has created a synergistic effect…

…making all 4 fat fighting ingredients work even better.

In addition to the Caralluma Fimbriata for appetite suppression, Buck’s recipe contains:

-ATP, Rhodiola Rosea, and B-vitamins to boost energy

-Theobromine (from cocoa) for natural mood enhancement (like eating chocolate without fat or calories)…

-Decaf Green Tea Extract & Cayenne Pepper for a natural metabolic boost

(I know a lot of you will be excited about the decaf aspect of the green tea extract as I know lots of readers have voiced concerns about their use of caffeine in the past (I’m always thinking of you ;-) )…

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