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SYNEPHRINE 99% CA EXTREME FAT BURNER

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Synephrine 99% CA

Synephrine is the main “active” compound found in the fruit of a plant called Citrus aurantium. The fruit citrus Aurantium is also known as Zhi Shi (in traditional Chinese medicine), and as green orange, sour orange and bitter orange in other parts of the world.

Synephrine is a popular ingredient commonly found in weight loss supplements. Its popularity increased after the use was banned in the United States. Synephrine has become one of the top ingredients found in dietary supplements.

Synephrine for digestion

Citrus aurantium is used in herbal medicines as a general digestive tonic and can be prescribed for indigestion, constipation, low stomach acid, nausea, flatulence and stomach cramps.

Citrus aurantium is one of many plants that can be used for the extraction of Orange Blossom oil and Orange Flower water. It also can be found under the name Neroli petalae, though it is far less fragrant than true Neroli oil.

Synephrine as a dietary supplement designed to support calorie burning (thermogenesis) and resulting weight loss.

Synephrine also helps to clean the blood and has been reported to dissolve kidney stones.

Function

1. Anti-oxidant, Reduce environmental pollution damage to the body;

2. Consolidate connective tissue; strengthen skin, bones, teeth, and muscles;
3. Promote collagen synthesis, help wound healing;
4. Involved in cholesterol metabolism and help break down fat;
5. Accelerate iron and calcium absorption, prevent scurvy.

Application

Synephrine is used as a dietary supplement designed to support calorie burning (thermogenesis) and resulting in weight loss.

Synephrine is used in the pharmaceutical field. Synephrine helps to clean the blood and has been reported to dissolve kidney stones.
Synephrine also is a stimulant, similar to caffeine and ephedrine, Synephrine is thought to have similar effects in terms of providing an energy boost, suppressing appetite and increasing metabolic rate and caloric expenditure.

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