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Hoodia nasal sprays, hoodia sprays which are used on the tongue, hoodia patches,hoodia pills, hoodia supplements. A large debate ensues, as the various ways to apply hoodia flood the market, what we need to know is do the various methods actually deliver any greater benefits.
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The new kid on the block is the markets latest arrival, PYY3-3 appetite control nasal spray, from Nastech. Whilst, this product is still in second stage development for use in humans, and is likely to be a prescription only drug, it is still causing quite a stir in the hoodia market. So, whilst we wait to see if it makes it to market, or not, we are stuck with the hoodia products available. Hoodia is seen to offer fantastic benefits to people seriously wanting to lose weight. However, they struggle with the need to supress their appetites. The old adage for many overweight people, "The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak", holds true. Sadly, whatever supplement you take you will still need to exercise your body, and self control. And, so a drug that actually suppresses appetite would be of benefit to all types of people, from diabetics to catwalk models. PYY3-36 appetite control nasal spray it seems will offer a direct burst of hoodia into the nasal passages, thereby providing a rapid and effective diet suppressant effect. So while we wait, what do the various alternatives give us as users of hoodia gordonii? Firstly, it is clear that all hoodia products are not created equal. Pills are full of bulking agents, which means you pay for the padding on the pill! Patches are reportedly, slow on delivery of the hoodia, therefore, they are slowly absorbed into your blood stream. In effect, the craving may increase before it is suppressed. Lastly, the purity of the hoodia is questionable, a recent survey suggests that 70% of all hoodia products sold are not genuine, nor are they guaranteed pure. So, whichever method you use you need to assure yourself that you are getting exactly what you paid for. Not bulking agents, impure hoodia and an ineffective delivery system. Liquid hoodia supplement for me is still by far the best method.