It hasn’t been long since the supplement companies released hoodia. This natural occurring plant from Africa has been shown to decrease hunger. However, not every brand is made equal. Some people have great results with hoodia, while others seems to be unaffected.
There is some controversy on how hoodia should be taken. Originally, the hoodia plant was used by the “bush men” in Africa. However, the plant was not ingested, but rather, sucked on. Based on this knowledge, companies release the “Hoodia Pop.” This was to harness the true effectiveness of the plant in the same ways as the bush men.
There are several write ups on the pills being less affective because of the fact that the plant was not meant to be ingested. Some say that the only way the Hoodia plant can be really affective is by going through the tissues in your mouth.
Now, they are releasing a new hoodia product; the hoodia patch. If the theory about hoodia being best absorbed through the mouth tissue is true; then this hoodia patch could be a total scam.
Here are some reviews of the Hoodia patch….
- Users say it works in suppressing appetites
- Some people have problems keeping the patch on
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One week free trial. One month supply is $49.95.
Ultimately, the herb Hoodia is not responsible for weight loss. However, it will reduce your cravings and desire to consume more food. This reduction in calorie intake will be the genesis of your weight loss (source).
Here Are Some Testimonials That You Should Read If You Are Thinking About Buying The Patch..
“I bought the Hoodia Patch four months ago. I saw it featured in some late night infomercial and thought it had promise… I didn’t want to take the capsules because it wasn’t that convenient.. besides I never seem to remember when to take them. Anyway, I applied the patch to my back every single day for a month, and it had absolutely no effect on my appetite at all. I did feel slightly less hungry the first 3-4 days, but that was probably a placebo effect. Afterwards, I felt no difference. The patch was a waste of money. I bought myself a bottle of Hoodia and am using it right now. I’m already noticing a huge difference.. one works, and the other doesn’t.
– Anna Robbins
“The Hoodia patch claims to work exactly like real Hoodia capsules, but it’s a lie! I tried it for a month, and while it did reduce my appetite slightly, in the end I ate almost the same # of calories as originally. I have a huge appetite, just ask my friends. I snack a lot during work, and will eat, eat, eat whenever I have the time. I was hoping applying the patch to my skin everyday would do me some good. But you know what they say: if it sounds too good to be true, it definitely is. There is no way you can lose weight w/o moving, and actually doing something. Take it from me: Avoid the Hoodia Patch
– Ray Roberts
“I bought the Hoodia Patch months ago, and tried it everyday for 2 straight months. It made my skin so irritating, but even worse it didn’t help me lose a single lb. I weighed 194 lbs before I started, and lost maybe 5 lbs after the first month. I was mildly encouraged by this progress, but soon afterwards I regained it all back. I knew it wouldn’t last, and eventually I just stopped using it. For some reason, it also left red marks on my skin every time I took it off.. very annoying.
Based on these write ups; I think it’s pretty clear that the patch has no positive affect on weight loss. Hopefully, people will research this product online before they make an impulse buy.
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