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  1. Beach Mulberry( Noni)
    Spirulina
    Una De Gato
    Fo-ti
    Gymena Sylvestre
    Ginger
    Chromium
    Psyllium
    Flax seeds
    Garcina Cambogia(HCA)
    Chlorella
    Mangosteen
    Cordycepces


  2. Anyone even close yet Jacob???

  3. Posted this in the other thread, but http://www.hpingredients.com/citricoma.htm
    ?

    Citrus peel extract of Polymethoxylated Flavones inhibiting 11(beta)-HSD1 enzymes
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by eatingisfun View Post
    Posted this in the other thread, but http://www.hpingredients.com/citricoma.htm
    ?

    Citrus peel extract of Polymethoxylated Flavones inhibiting 11(beta)-HSD1 enzymes
    is that the same as the bitter orange i posted bout that they use to get synephrine?

  6. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    is that the same as the bitter orange i posted bout that they use to get synephrine?
    I don't think so but I think you could probably extract both synephrine and citrus PMFs perhaps, although I'm just guessing. Bitter orange seems to be one specific type of citrus fruit and citrus PMFs, according to that link I posted could come from more than one type of citrus. It doesn't say any specific citrus fruit, just citrus peel extract. I suppose perhaps synephrine could be the stimulant and citrus PMFs be the 11(beta)-HSD1 inhibitor but what do I know, not much haha.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    is that the same as the bitter orange i posted bout that they use to get synephrine?
    BTW, synephrine sounds like one of the ingredients, but I guess not many people know quite yet:

    According to recent research at McGill University, another reason Citrus aurantium gives you a smooth flow of energy without the jitters is because it stimulates certain receptors (called beta-3 adrenergic receptors) that help break down fat—known as lipolysis. Simultaneously, this stimulation causes an increase in the metabolic rate. Therefore, you burn fat without bothering other receptors (namely, beta-1, beta-2, or alpha-1) that over-stimulate your heart rate and blood pressure. In contrast, ephedra stimulates all alpha- and beta-adrenergic receptors, thus causing unwanted side effects. For this reason, synephrine is now being used as a replacement for central nervous stimulants like ephedra in many thermogenic formulas.
    http://fat-burners.realsolutionsmag....Aurantium.html

    It sure sounds a lot like their new fat burner's claims of energy to me.

  8. USPLabs, when did you finish conducting ORAC testing on your new product?

  9. Dandelion Root, A type of Pepper? Afterall pepper is a berry. Let me know when you want me to send you my addy?

  10. cissus....

  11. Marapuama, Phychopetalum olacoides

  12. catuaba
    banabe

  13. Galega officinalis (galega, Goat's Rue, French Lilac)

  14. Turmeric
    garlic
    ginkgo
    fenugreek
    ginseng

  15. I thought that we were supposed to have daily hints on this?

    Edit: oops that was the other thread. A hint would be uber cool though!

  16. Quote Originally Posted by jminis View Post
    Dandelion Root, A type of Pepper? Afterall pepper is a berry. Let me know when you want me to send you my addy?
    already guessed pepper

  17. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    already guessed pepper
    Yes, it's a pepper, but not dandelion root. Guess "jminis" came close enough. Still don't know exactly what kind of pepper/herb it is. I want to say so much more since I know what's in it...oh well.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    already guessed pepper
    Funny I don't see your post with pepper Great to be a MOD :bb3:

  19. I know, I know! I know... Pepper.

  20. LOL nice guess Ubiquitous. In all fairness poopy guessed pepper first but he also threw out 3000 guesses and I swear I didn't read them. My thinking was pepper is a berry and can really boost metabolism. And peppers also heat the body up hence the thermogenic. So although he threw out black pepper I'll be more specific and guess Cayenne Pepper.


    So Jacob black pepper, cayenne pepper, or no pepper?

  21. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    Cayenne Pepper?
    LMAO im soooo srry jminis I already guessed that one too.

    please dont pull rank on me though.... lol.

  22. I literally went through every add for every fat loss supplement i could find and their ingredients, wikipedia'd them to see what their origin was and if it could be a berry or fruit and posted it.... wasnt easy, but I still dont know yet if i was even close....

  23. turns out i only guessed chili pepper, piperine (technically a specific extract of black pepper not just black pepper) and cayenne pepper.

    so maybe if its not specifically piperine from the black pepper then you could claim that one...

  24. oh LOL I DID guess black peper and it ws together with my piperine post and YOU DID pull rank on me LMAO.... thats friggin hilarious.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    oh LOL I DID guess black peper and it ws together with my piperine post and YOU DID pull rank on me LMAO.... thats friggin hilarious.
    LOL I was waiting for you to figure that out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eatingisfun View Post
    BTW, synephrine sounds like one of the ingredients, but I guess not many people know quite yet:

    According to recent research at McGill University, another reason Citrus aurantium gives you a smooth flow of energy without the jitters is because it stimulates certain receptors (called beta-3 adrenergic receptors) that help break down fat—known as lipolysis. Simultaneously, this stimulation causes an increase in the metabolic rate. Therefore, you burn fat without bothering other receptors (namely, beta-1, beta-2, or alpha-1) that over-stimulate your heart rate and blood pressure. In contrast, ephedra stimulates all alpha- and beta-adrenergic receptors, thus causing unwanted side effects. For this reason, synephrine is now being used as a replacement for central nervous stimulants like ephedra in many thermogenic formulas.
    http://fat-burners.realsolutionsmag....Aurantium.html

    It sure sounds a lot like their new fat burner's claims of energy to me.
    Synephrine is so last year:}

  27. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    Synephrine is so last year:}
    x2 and Hordiene (did I spell that right). I got a crazy article on the herb, can I post J?

  28. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    Synephrine is so last year:}
    were any of our other guesses even close???

  29. It's an extract of my toenail clippings. I have a rare toenail fungus, that's been the source of several case studies. The fungus's metabolites include a very potent antioxidant with powerful thyroid upregulating and 11 hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase inhibiting properties. The new USPLabs product is a special sinner toenail extract. There. I said it.

    Please PM for shipping details.

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  30. clary sage
    dodder

  31. Sense I didnt read the whole thread, has anyone said Kelp?

  32. Quote Originally Posted by bkprice View Post
    Sense I didnt read the whole thread, has anyone said Kelp?
    i dont think i said kelp but i did say seawead, namelly bladderwack, the kind on the beach (in so cal) that has the little poppy things lol.

    I also did say clary sage...

    the best way to find out what others have guessed is to put your idea into the search this thread tool at the top of the thread (different then the normal search feature) and then youll know if someone else guessed it if it pulls up a post, if not then its yours to post..

  33. brown algae

  34. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    I am definately not guessing Clary Sage Extract

    or salvia sclarea

    I would like to re-enter my guess now...

  35. Salvia Miltiorrhiza

  36. sesame seed oil
    Cordia Salicifolia

  37. caffeine
    grape seed

  38. I dont know if anyone has said it yet, but Goji berries extract?

  39. Wolfberry, ashwangandha
  

  
 

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