Cordiphene Rapid Weight Loss Formula
Cordiphene is a diet pill which ranked #68 out of the Top 200 Diet Pills we reviewed.
Cordiphene contains only two ingredients; Cha de Bugre, and Hoodia Gordonii. Cha de Bugre is an extract from the Porangaba, a small tree found in the Brazilian rain forests. Early evidence suggests that it may be a new powerful appetite suppressant however there are not any clinical studies testing this theory. Hoodia is an extract from a cactus found in South Africa that has shown some recent promise as a powerful appetite suppressant.
Cordiphene is advertised as possessing the most powerful fat-burning formula available without a prescription. Furthermore, it claims to be the only supplement that combines two currently faddish ingredients: Cha de Bugre and Hoodia Gordonii. It should be noted that, when trying to access Cordiphene through its manufacturers website, the product was no longer available. However, through a different link, the Cordiphene website itself still exists. When the Clinical Proof tab is clicked, though, the visitor is redirected to the page indicating that Cordiphene has been discontinued. This cant bode well for Cordiphene.
Cha de Bugre and Hoodia Gordonii. Cha de Bugre, derived from a tree native to Brazil, supposedly offers the benefits of Ephedrine without the side effects. There is a supposed connection between Cha de Bugre and a diuretic function, as well as a more general or ambiguous weight loss function. It is said to decrease appetite, reduce cellulite, support the heart, and stimulate the body. Interestingly enough, the appetite suppression of Cha de Bugre is said to be twice as effective as that of Hoodia Gordonii. However, both ingredients, as mentioned above, are raging fads on the diet market, and so comparisons between the two are somewhat difficult to trust.
Gelatin (capsule), Silica and magnesium sterate. Contains No Sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gulten, corn, sory, milk or preservativies.
(1) Bottle 90 Capsules.
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