Hoodia Spray promises appetite suppression with a “powerful” South African herb specifically designed to help you to feel less hungry so you eat less. It comes in the form of a spray which you spray under your tongue a few times a day. According to manufacturer, Hoodia Spray is completely stimulant-free and natural, but is it powerful and effective?
Ingredients in Hoodia Spray
The only ingredient actually listed in Hoodia Spray is hoodia.
Does Hoodia Spray Suppress Appetite?
Hoodia has been extensively used by the South African bushmen as a food source on hunting trips. This spurred the idea that hoodia could be used as an effective suppressant. However, clinical studies are suggesting otherwise. All studies on hoodia so far show that it does not suppress appetite.
Therefore, Hoodia Spray technically does not list any clinically proven appetite suppressants or weight loss ingredients. The harsh reality is that hoodia has never been proven, and there is speculation about whether or not companies like Hoodia Spray even use hoodia at all.
In our minds, that might be a good thing. For example, Hoodia Spray might use an ingredient called phenylethylamine, which is actually a clinically proven appetite suppressant, only masking it because hoodia is a more popular name. However, we have no way of proving this idea to be wrong or right.
Does Hoodia Spray Cause Side Effects?
The main ingredient, hoodia, does not seem to cause any side effects. Even if it did, it is unlikely that people who use Hoodia Spray would experience these side effects. Diet pills that come in the form of a spray don’t usually provide you with a powerful dose of their ingredients.
Is Hoodia Spray Worth a Try?
According to its own advertising, Hoodia Spray uses an ingredient that has been extensively studied, but never actually proven. So far, Hoodia Spray seems to be questionable at best, and we cannot say that it is necessarily a valid choice.
Even if hoodia were an effective appetite suppressing ingredient, it is unlikely that Hoodia Spray would deliver a powerful enough dose to be effective.
We recommend that you look for a diet pill that contains clinically proven ingredients in powerful doses. Avoid sprays since these are rarely very effective.