Hoodia Seeds are just one of the forms that the popular appetite suppressant Hoodia Gordonii comes in. Some people consider growing their own hoodia plants from seeds, but there are a few things to consider before you take the plunge.
- Firstly, Hoodia plants are notoriously difficult to grow. Most attempts to grow the plants away from the temperature and weather of the kalahari desert fail.
- Secondly, it is illegal in many countries to take hoodia seeds from the Hoodia plants. This is because the governments of places such as South Africa are concerned that Hoodias popularity may make it endangered, so tight controls exist on the harvesting and export of Hoodia plants and seeds.
- Also, Hoodia seeds take a long time to grow into adult plants. After three to four years of keeping conditions exactly right, you could see your hoodia plants blooming.
- The smell of the fully grown Hoodia plant puts many would be growers off. They smell like rotten meat.
If you are looking to grow Hoodia to use as an appetite suppressant then it is not reccomended to try and grow your own hoodia plants from seed. Growing your own Hoodia will take significant effort, and a long wait for results if the plant does grow.
If you want to use Hoodia as a diet aid, buying one of the Hoodia Gordonii products on the market is the best way to go.
The Hoodia Patch is one of the highest quality products available, as it contains 100% pure South African Hoodia Gordonii and because it is a patch rather than a pill, the weight loss ingredients are absorbed straight through the skin meaning they aren’t destroyed by stomach acids.
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