The Diet Pill They Don't Want You to Have is Back
It comes as a surprise to many consumers that the ban on Ephedra, a powerful weight loss supplement was lifted in April of 2005. A Utah Judge overturned the FDA's decision to ban the natural substance. So why is it that one of the most sought after and powerful diet pills ever created is not widely marketed and readily available to the public? You can thank the FDA, and all of the advertising mediums that design their company policies and guidelines around FDA approvals or disapprovals.
Few people know that the FDA once tried to control Vitamin C! The FDA is now working hard to control all Nutriceuticals and all natural remedies. In the mean time one company, Marqi Fitness is sitting on the entire world supply of Ephedra which contains a standardized form of 10mg of pure Ephedrine. They are sitting on an absolute gold mine and they know it. You can purchase it online at http://www.TheEphedraSource.com. Until manufacturing labs catch up, this will be the only place to get your hands on Ephedra products for the next 9 months.
Ephedra has been used by the Chinese for more than 2000 years. In the beginning it was used to treat asthma, colds, and upper respiratory infections. The primary active ingredient is the Chinese herb Ma Huang. There is a natural agent that's extracted from Ma Huang. It is carefully mixed with other natural ingredients to create what we know today as Ephedra. Ephedra is a powerful fat burner. In fact, before the ban, billions of bottles were being sold each year. Labs could not produce it fast enough. The demand is still there, however, the problem is that consumers have no idea where to get it until now. Thanks to The Ephedra Source and Marqi Fitness, the "Weight" is over.
About the author, Ted Collins:
Ted has more than 12 years of Market Research, Trends, and Lifecycle Product Development experience. He is currently the President of an Marketing Firm in Orlando Florida.