Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Hoodia Patch by Premer Marketing

Transdermal Technology is the penetration of ingredients through the skin. The skin is the body's largest organ. Digesting pills can take hours to reach your system and can lose strength during this time. Ingredients administered through the skin are absorbed through the body immediately and evenly. Transdermal ( trans=thru, dermal=skin) or patch technology is already used for hormone replacement therapy, smoking cessation, birth control, fever relief, pain relief and body detoxification. The ease of using a patch is growing in popularity as the dosage is consistent and you only have to put one on a day and you are done. For those of you who can't seem to remember to take capsules at the right time, or you leave them at home, this is the product for you. No hassle, just put a patch on in the morning and you're done! It lasts 24 hours! Each box contains one month's supply of 30 patches. Each patch contains 500mg of Hoodia Gordonii stem and 2mg of Guarana Extract.

What is Hoodia-Gordonii?

Hoodia-Gordonii, a South African desert plant, contains a molecule that “tricks your brain into feeling full.” World News Media now is focused on this natural appetite suppressant. Ideal to help stubborn weight problems. To quote Leslie Stahl of CBS “60 Minutes”, “Scientists say it fools the brain by making you think you’re full, even if you’ve eaten just a morsel!”.

Hoodia Gordonii is a leafless spiny succulent plant (not a cactus) with fleshly finger-like stems. Rows of thorns are present along the stems, bearing flesh coloured flowers. Hoodia Gordonii grows naturally in the harsh desert conditions of the Kalahari Desert of Southern Africa. For many generations the nomadic SAN tribe's people of the region have used the Hoodia Gordonii plant to suppress appetite and thirst during long hunting trips of several days duration. Although there are over 20 species in the Hoodia family only the Hoodia Gordonii plant contains a natural appetite suppressant. In 1937, a Dutch anthropologist visited the Kalahari and recorded the SAN tribe’s people using Hoodia Gordonii as an appetite suppressant.