Caralluma Burn Overview

 Caralluma Burn Overview

To lose weight it is important to find the right balance between how much foods is taking in and how much energy is spent. To spend more energy, you have to exercise often, which is not that complicated. To control the amount of food that gets into your body you need to watch your diet and that is where many fail. Strong appetite, in most cases, seems to have control over your desire to lose weight. The good news is there are appetite suppressants out there that could help.

One of such appetite suppressant is Caralluma Burn. Caralluma Burn is a caffeine free naturally made appetite suppressant extracted from a plant known as Caralluma fimbriata. According to the manufacturer, it is so potent that you will have total control over your appetite without having to make much effort.


Caralluma Fimbriata is a plant used for thousands of years by Indian tribes who chewed chunks of it when going on a long day hunt to make sure they did not have to deal with hunger on the road. It is a succulent vegetable classified as a famine food  by the the Indian Health Ministry. This already gives you a fair idea of the kind of plant it is.

Let’s find out what really went into the formulation of Caralluma Burn.

What are The Ingredients In Caralluma Burn?

The only key ingredient found in Caralluma Burn is Slimaluma, the extract of the plant Caralluma fimbriata. Each capsule contains 500 mg of it. Slimaluma contains key phytochemicals including Saponins, Pregnane Glycosides, Megastigmane Glycosides, Flavone Glycosides and Bitter Principles. All these compounds are believed to come together to give the user control over his appetite. This may explains why the labor class is South India enjoys using it to suppress appetite and enhance endurance.

According to Harry Preuss, MD, there are already 2 human double blind studies done on Caralluma. The plant has been reviewed through 3 toxicology studies following OECD guidelines and it is currently recognized as safe.

Other inactive ingredients used in the encapsulation are cellulose and water (vegetable capsule).



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