Clearly Hoodia Gordonii is among the most popular ingredients in weight loss pills on the market today. Of course, the main active ingredient in Hoodia Maxx is the Hoodia Gordonii cactus plant. And probably dieters who have an interest in appetite suppressants and weight loss will have heard of Hoodia Gordonii by now. While, Hoodia Maxx’s claims to be a sustained release formula, but does not detail clear scientifc evidence showing how Hoodia Maxx works as a ‘sustained release formula’. Perhaps this is becaise there are so many products containing Hoodia Gordonii on the market today marketers like Hoodia Maxx, that the Hoodia Maxx marketers must build confidence in consumers to motivate them to choose their product over and above others available.
Hoodia Gordonii is a cactus that grows in the desert in the Kalahari region of South Africa. It has traditionally been used by the San tribesmen of that area for thousands of years to stave off hunger when they leave for long hunting trips.
Hoodia Maxx Ingredients
The Hoodia Maxx website explains that the main active ingredient in Hoodia Maxx is Hoodia Gordonii.
Hoodia Maxx Auto-bill program
You are charged $1 upfront for a trial bottle of Hoodia Maxx, and then 20 days later you will be billed $47.80.
Hoodia Max Diet Pill Review Summary
Hoodia Maxx does not seem to offer the typical 30-day money back guarantee. Hoodia Maxx is yet another autoship program and get consumers hooked in via a $1 trial, but there are strings attached! When you order the “risk-free” trial, you must provide your credit card information and 20 days later, Hoodia Maxx will bill you $47.80 for that original bottle and will subsequently bill you each month for another bottle. So much for no risk! Be cautious of all ‘free’ diet pill offers, make sure to real all the fine print.
Finally, we did not see all the certification for authentic pure hoodia from South Africa including the USDA protected plant permit and Phytosanitary permit.
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I ordered the 20 day free trial for $1.00 and with shipping it cost me $7.95. I never received the free trial and sent numerous emails with no response. I called their number everyday, all day long and never could speak to anyone to cancel before my trial was up. This is a rip off company. They have a bad rating with the BBB.