Shedlip capsules contain Garcinia Cambogia, Commiphora Mukul, Aloe Vera, Piper Nigrum which have an effect on basal metabolism as well as it suppresses the appetite and improves the fat metabolism thereby controlling the bodyweight
Composition: Eachcapsule contains:
(Standardized for HCA Ca. salt50%)
Commiphora Mukul Extract 100 mg
(Standardized for Guggallsterone E&Z2.5%)
Aloe Vera Extract 10 mg
(Standardized for PolysaccharideContent)
Piper Nigrum Extract 10 mg
(Standardized for Piperine95%)
Uses: According to the age-old scriptures of Ayurveda and other complementary and alternative systems, theherbal ingredients of this product are claimed to be useful in managing abnormal weight gain (obesity).
Dosage: Two capsules two times a day, before meals. The evening dose, preferable with luke warm water. Or as directed by the physician
Contraindications: Not reported in recommended dosage
Side Effects: Not reported in the recommended dosage
Presentation: HDPE pack of 60capsules
Storage: Store in a cool dry place. Protect from light.
Research References: (Primary Ingredients)
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