Forskolin

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Get fit and help your diet succeed without discomfort! My-SlimEz Forskolin extract is ultra pure, 100% natural, made in the USA at the recommended dose and thoroughly tested. Get the real scoop here! Forskolin supplements (from the Indian Coleus plant) have long been used in Ayurvedic medicine for cardio, respiratory, gut and central nervous system disorders.  What’s the good news?  The metabolic results are real! Forskolin activates an enzyme called “cAMP” which impacts our cellular energy ATP pathways, our thyroid and more. Forskolin is broadly active – for real. What’s the bad news?  No large-sample clinical Forskolin testing has been done. Small tests did show some promising results.  Warnings? If you have a heart condition, low blood pressure or are pregnant or nursing, you should avoid Forskolin. What does it really do? Real studies indicate that Forskolin really does lower blood pressure, stimulate the heart and help stop new fat deposits. So why do others claim miracle weight loss? Some people have reported very good weight loss – but Forskolin will be different for different people. No big studies have been done, so there’s a lot we don’t know. It seems clear that there is no “miracle” pill. Without exercise of some kind and a good diet, your results will be less.

Forskolin is made from the root of a plant in the mint family. The plant grows in Nepal, India, and Thailand. It has long been used in traditional Asian medicine.

Why do people take forskolin?

People take forskolin supplements for many reasons. But very little substantial evidence exists to back its use for any health condition.

Some research suggests that forskolin may aid in weight loss and muscle building. In one very small study, overweight and obese men took 250 milligrams of a 10% forskolin extract twice a day. After 12 weeks, they lost more body fat and had a greater increase in testosterone levels compared to similar men taking a placebo. But more research must be done to confirm these results and establish its safety.

Forskolin has a long history as a folk remedy for asthma. Some research supports that. Forskolin appears to work in a way similar to certain types of conventional asthma drugs, by boosting the levels of a compound called cyclic AMP. This helps relax the muscles around the bronchial tubes to make breathing easier.

Forskolin has also been used to try to treat glaucoma. But there is no proof that it works. A small study indicates that forskolin may help relieve pressure in the eyes, which is often seen in glaucoma. But the study was done on healthy people. Forskolin has not been tested on people with glaucoma.

Another potential use of forskolin is for people with idiopathic congestive cardiomyopathy, which can cause heart failure. In a small study, patients who took forskolin through an IV showed improved heart function.

Optimal doses for forskolin have not been established for any condition. Also, as with supplements generally, the quality of the active ingredients and the level of concentration in products that contain forskolin vary from maker to maker. Some experts recommend that forskolin only be taken under the supervision of a health care professional.

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