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  • Synephrine vs Ephedrine: What You Need to Know

    Bitter orange fruit - Background

     

    synephrine vs ephedrine Bitter orange - used in Marmalade

    The bitter orange fruit is a common source of synephrine. Bitter orange is used in a variety of products in industries. Neroli oil and petitgrain oil, which are used in the fragrance and food industries, are extracted from the bitter orange fruit. The peels of the bitter orange are also commonly used to make traditional marmalade.

     

    The bitter orange fruit is high in p-synephrine. This compound is chemically very similar to ephedrine. However, synephrine is considered much safer for use than ephedrine.[1]

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  • What is Synephrine? - 5 Basic Facts

    Synephrine facts: History

     

    Synephrine actually has a very long history of use. The bitter orange plant is a native species to tropical Asia and eastern Africa. It has a long history of being used as a medicinal plant in throughout Asia as well as in the Amazon rainforest. 

     

    Traditionally it was used as a treatment for nausea, constipation, and indigestion. It was also used in the Mediterranean for the treatment of heartburn as well as to promote weight loss and decrease appetite. Oil extracts were sometimes applied to the skin, but it has mostly been used in its extract form.[1]

     

    The bitter orange fruit is high in both ephedrine and synephrine. Use of ephedrine can be very dangerous to people with underlying medical conditions or when combining with caffeine or other stimulants. We only stock pure synephrine.

    Synephrine facts The bitter orange tree, found in Asia and Mediterranean.
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