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Bitter Orange Weight Loss Herb

Bitter Orange is a tree native to tropical Asia and eastern Africa and its different varieties are tapped for essential oils, which are very useful in the making of perfumes and flavorings. Citrus aurantium is just one variety of bitter orange. This variety is a spiny, evergreen tree found in Vietnam. Bergamot orange and Chinotto are other varieties and both are native to Italy. Daidai and Wild Florida Sour Orange and Seville also fall into the same category.

Bitter orange (Citrus aurantium) extract is a common ingredient in many diet pills because of its ability to increase metabolism and suppress appetite.

Bitter orange (Citrus aurantium) extract is a common ingredient in many diet pills because of its ability to increase metabolism and suppress appetite.

Bitter orange, which is also known as Seville orange, Zhi shi, and sour orange and Citrus aurantium, is used as an appetite suppressant and stimulant in many over-the-counter diet pills. The bitter orange tree is also used to cure conditions such as constipation, nausea, indigestion, nasal congestion, heartburn, appetite loss. People also apply bitter orange to their feet to get rid of fungal infections like athlete’s foot and ringworms.

Bitter Orange is taken orally in the form of tablets, extracts, and capsules. Many herbal products used for weight loss contain bitter orange’s concentrated extracts. Bitter orange is also considered one of the safer alternatives for ephedra. Bitter orange extract contains synephrine and octopamine that are chemicals similar to ephedrine in ephedra.

In dietary supplements, bitter orange is used to increase fat loss and suppress appetite. Bitter orange contains a number of chemical compounds that are known to stimulate the rate of metabolism, which increases the burning of calories in the body. There is a particular dosage that dieters should take if bitter orange is to be effective. The recommended dose for people who are taking bitter orange is 975-1,000 mg bitter orange standardized to 6% amines (synephrine) or 1-2 grams of the fruit’s peels that are simmered for ten to fifteen minutes in a cupful of water. The dosage should be administered in two cups on a daily basis. Tinctures should be administrated 3 times on a daily basis. One should avoid supplementing this dosage with bitter orange oil in its pure form. The effectiveness of bitter oranges can be further enhanced when combined with caffeine and St.John’s wort.

There are side effects associated with bitter orange and among them are increased heart rate and high blood pressure. For this reason, weight loss products containing bitter orange are not recommended for people with existing heart conditions or high blood pressure. Bitter orange should also not be taken by those who are pregnant or nursing.

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