Solaray Forskohlii - Weight Loss & Health
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Forskohlii or also known as forskolin, has been used for so many years to help with weight loss, with lowering blood pressure, and even heart disease. This Indian plant can help with improving your quality of life by increasing testosterone and helping with health! It's an overall plant! Introducing Solaray Forskohlii Root Extract!
Solaray Forskohlii Root Extract Benefits
- 1% Forskolin
- Ayurvedic Herb
- Thermogenic Fat Burning Properties
- Helps lower blood pressure
- Increase hormone production
- Increase metabolism
What is Solaray Forskohlii
Solaray Forskohlii is your Forskohlii supplement made with pure ingredients to help burn fat, aid in blood pressure, and so much more! Forskohlii is a herb from India that has been used for thousands of years to improve asthma and blood pressure, but it is also known to boost your metabolism, in turn burning off fat.
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Description -Forskohlii (Coleus forskohlii), a member of the mint family, grows on the sun-exposed, dry slopes of India and is used in traditional Ayurvedic practices. Forskolin is a pharmacologically active compound found in Coleus forskohlii which has been used in over 5000 research studies since 1981. This product is guaranteed to contain 1% forskolin.
How to take Solaray Forskohlii
Take one capsule up to twice daily with water or meal
Solaray Forskohlii Root Extract Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 capsule
Serving per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving:
Forskohlii (Coleus forskohlii)(root extract)(guaranteed 3.85mg [1%] Forskolin): 385mg
Other Ingredients: vegetable cellulose capsule, maltodextrin and magnesium stearate.
Warnings & Side Effects
Keep your licensed health care practitioner informed when using this product.
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