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Hoodia is approved by Dr.Sebi. Hoodia gordonii, also known as Bushman's hat, is a leafless spiny succulent plant with medicinal properties.
For thousands of years, African tribesmen have eaten the Hoodia cactus to fight off hunger and thirst on long hunting trips.
The Kung bushmen who live around the Kalahari desert in southern Africa used to cut off a stem of the cactus about the size of a cucumber and munch on it over a couple of days. According to tradition, they ate together so they brought back what they caught and did not eat while hunting.
In analyzing the cactus, South African scientists discovered that it contained a previously unknown molecule, which they named P57. This molecule theoretically affects nerve cells in the hypothalamus – the part of the brain that controls appetite by responding to levels of blood glucose. P57 is supposed to be much more powerful than glucose as a signal to the hypothalamus to curb eating.
It grows naturally in South Africa and Namibia. The flowers smell like rotten meat and are pollinated mainly by flies. The indigenous San people (Bushmen) of the Namib desert call this plant "hoba". Via @vintage_vegan_ #hoodia
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