Yohimbine HCl is an a2 antagonist.
What does that mean?
It helps to attack stubborn fat.
We have alpha receptors inside our fat cells. When these alpha receptors are activated, fat loss is much more difficult in these areas.
Yohimbine HCl helps to turn those alpha receptors off, so that fat can be burned from those areas just as easily as the rest of your body.
Who is it for?
Anyone with areas of stubborn fat that doesn't seem to budge even with diet and exercise.
Men tend to have this around their lower back and waist due to an abundance of alpha receptors.
Women tend to have this around their hips and thighs due to an abundance of alpha receptors.
How do I use it?
Yohimbine HCl is best dosed based on bodyweight, but isn't always the easiest to figure out. The best practice is to start low and gradually work your way up in dosing.
Start with 1 pill in the morning and 1 pill in the afternoon. The more bodyweight you carry, the more Yohimbine HCl can be utilized.
The top-level dosing is 1mg of Yohimbine per 10lbs of bodyweight you're carrying. That can add up to a lot of pills throughout the day, and still works at much lower doses. Try working your way up slowly.
What will I notice?
There is a slight stimulant effect from Yohimbine HCl but it is very mild for most people. You may notice you are a little warmer throughout the day or a bit more energized.
The stubborn areas you tend to hold fat should start leaning out more easily as well - but all the pieces need to be in place for that to occur (being in a caloric deficit for fat loss to occur).
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.