For centuries, civilizations have used Caralluma Fimbriata as a powerful appetite suppressant. In ancient India, tribesman would often pack a few sprigs of Caralluma Fimbriata to sustain themselves on a multi-day hunt. They called this plant “famine food” due to its powerful ability to suppress hunger while enhancing stamina.*
Pregnane glycosides, along with other constituents, are believed to prevent fatty tissue accumulation by blocking citrate lyase.*
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