About Caralluma Fimbriata
Caralluma fimbriata is an edible succulent plant that grows wild across much of India and contains a natural compound believed to support healthy appetite suppression.* It can also be found as a shrub in urban centers, along roadsides and as boundary markers in gardens.
How it Works
Caralluma fimbriata was traditionally carried by tribal hunters to sustain themselves on day-long hunts. It is also thought to have thirst quenching properties and is referred to as the “Famine Food” in arid regions of India where it is used as an appetite suppressant during times when food is scarce.*
Did You Know?
Caralluma fimbriata has been a part of the diet in rural India for hundreds of years. It can be eaten raw, cooked with spices like a vegetable or preserved in pickles and chutneys.
Directions: Take 2 capsules one or more times per day 30 minutes before meals with a 10 oz. glass of water or as recommended by your healthcare provider. Do not use if seal around cap is broken. Keep out of reach of children.
|Supplement Facts |
|Serving Size: 2 Capsules |
|Serving Per Container: 15|
||Amount Per Serving
||% DV* |
(whole plant) Extract (10:1)
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. |
|+ Daily Value not established. |