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    Are pills the only way to get hoodia? I'm asking this because if the stories of the bushmen are true, I doubt they were popping supplements in the desert. Were they actually ingesting the plant? Is that something that we can do or is there a way to obtain Hoodia in a more natural or fresher form?

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    Um I think it also comes in the form of a tea. I think what the bushmen probably ate was some of the fruit itself. I don't think they sell that on the market.

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      I think I've seen it in teas, creams and even a pat of gummies. That said, I think it's next to impossible to actually get something directly from the plant. Even if you could, there's no telling how much you would need to ingest for it to be safe and effective. Hoodia really is one of those things that just needs to be forgotten...it's a fad that has long since sailed.

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        Does it matter? Honestly madscientist , I'm not trying to sound like a jerk but Hoodia really isn't worth your time, no matter what form it's in. It really doesn't matter if the stories about it helping the bushemn are true, because nothing you'll ever find that's hoodia-related on the market wil help you with appetite suppression in any way that is beneficial to weight loss. All the claims about it are completely unfounded.

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          Originally posted by jan View Post
          Does it matter? Honestly madscientist , I'm not trying to sound like a jerk but Hoodia really isn't worth your time, no matter what form it's in. It really doesn't matter if the stories about it helping the bushemn are true, because nothing you'll ever find that's hoodia-related on the market wil help you with appetite suppression in any way that is beneficial to weight loss. All the claims about it are completely unfounded.
          You're probably right. I just feel the need to crack the case on Hoodia. The reason is that I don't believe it is entirely useless. I mean, I think that a lot of the stuff used in supplements is ineffective, but I have a feeling that the plant itself, used in its natural form could potentially be beneficial. It's why I was wondering what the bushmen actually consumed in the desert.

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            Originally posted by madscientist View Post

            You're probably right. I just feel the need to crack the case on Hoodia. The reason is that I don't believe it is entirely useless. I mean, I think that a lot of the stuff used in supplements is ineffective, but I have a feeling that the plant itself, used in its natural form could potentially be beneficial. It's why I was wondering what the bushmen actually consumed in the desert.
            I get it, man. There's just something about Hoodia that you really kinda wish you knew if it worked. I mean people have been raving about it for years. For it to do absolutely nothing seems strange since it's been around (and popular) for so long.

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