|Read this yourself and learn
the truth. It was Hoodia Pilifera, not Hoodia Gordonii that
was originally identified as an appetite suppressant.
But you will learn, if you research instead of believing the
$scammers$, that the African natives used many Hoodia
Hoodia Macrantha, Hoodia Ruschii, Hoodia Pilifera, etc. are
just as good; so why did scammers obsess on Gordonii?
Because it grows in southern Africa, grows in large
populations and is widely available for trade.
My theory is that it was too confusing to try to tell
customers about Hoodia
alstonii, Hoodia bainii, Hoodia currorii, Hoodia delaetiana,
Hoodia dregei, Hoodia flava, Hoodia Gordonii, Hoodia
husabensis, Hoodia juttae, Hoodia lugardii (now Hoodia
currori subsp. lugardi), Hoodia macrantha, Hoodia pilifera
(formerly Trichocaulon piliferum), Hoodia officinale
(formerly Trichocaulon officinale), Hoodia parviflora,
Hoodia pedicellata, Hoodia pretnar, Hoodia rosea, Hoodia
ruschii and Hoodia triebneri when all you had to do was pick
|Hoodia currorii, Hoodia flava, Hoodia lugardii,
Hoodia officinale &
Hoodia pilifera are all known appetite suppressing
varieties of Hoodia
Read the text at right to see for yourself that it was
Hooida pilifera that was used by African natives as an
Wake up and stop the "Hoodia gordonii" scam.
Immature little Hoodia
plants grown in your house are like trying to grow a coffee
tree in your living room with the hope of one day making
your own espresso from it!
I will not perpetuate that scam. I will not take money
from people who think they are buying a "Miracle Diet