Please check with your doctor before taking this product.
The product contains synephrine, also known as bitter orange. It's on Consumer Reports Dirty Dozen list of most dangerous supplements and any product containing it should be avoided.
They also claim it contains hoodia. First, there is no real hoodia gordonii
in any products claiming to contain hoodia because it is illegal to export hoodia gordonii from Africa for weight loss products. If it were, then there would be a problem because there is more so-called hoodia on the market that is actually growing on the planet. Plus, hoodia only works if you consume a 4 inch chunk of the fresh plant prior to a long hunt in the desert
Second, the real hoodia gordonii has undergone extensive testing by major pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Unilever. (These are the ONLY pharmaceutical companies that have engaged in such research) They've spent many millions of dollars and both have abandoned the idea of marketing hoodia products. The latest safety tests showed it was dangerous.
If you browse this forum (Does it Work) you'll find lots of posts by people that have tried various supplements and have never found success. There have also been a lot of articles in the news lately about diet supplements not working, or being dangerous, contaminated, etc.
Nothing is safer and more effective than old fashioned diet and exercise. It's too bad that there are companies out there willing to try to make us believe otherwise, just for a buck