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Bitter Orange 525 MG (100 Capsules)

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      Solaray Bitter Orange 525 MG (100 Capsules)

      • Form: Capsules

      • Strength: 525 MG

      • Serving Size: 1

      • Number Of Servings: 100 Servings

      • Price Per Serving:  ($0.10 / serving)

      • Weight: 4 OZ

      Product Label

        Citrus Aurantium. Green Screened. Easy-to-swallow capsules.

        For thousands of years, immature bitter orange has been used in Chinese Traditional Medicine.

      Directions
      As a dietary supplement, take one or two capsules three times a day with meals or a glass of water.

      Warning
      This product should be used by people with hypertension only under a doctor's supervision. Not recommended for children or those under 18. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if safety seal is broken.

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      Bitter Orange Supplement Facts

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      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 1

      Servings Per Container 100.000000

        Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
      BITTER ORANGE(CITRUS AURANTIUM)(FRUIT) 525 Mg N/A*

      *Daily value not established

      Other Ingredients:

      Gelatin (capsule), cellulose, and magnesium stearate.

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      Great for burning fat. Take 2 capsules before bed.
      Christa T on Apr 20, 2014
      Not available in any other vitamin or whole foods store that I was able to find
      Crystal M on Nov 21, 2012
      i like the brand & they are one of the few that carries it.
      lynn h on Feb 11, 2013
      A friend recommended
      DANA J on Oct 30, 2012
      After reading up on natural energy boosts bitter orange seemed to be the supplement that carried the highest level of bang for your buck. Says some athletes are not allowed using it because of the synephrine. My question is can you actually feel the difference in your energy after taking them. More so than other natural stimulants like Asian ginseng and green tea? Does it give you a BOOST or just a nudge?
      A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Feb 19, 2014
      Best Answer: I haven't taken this brand of bitter orange, but rather [almost] pure synephrine. A 10 milligram dose does give me a definite boost! What I really like about it is the fact that it has a rather short half-life which allows me to take it before my evening workout and still fall asleep just fine :)
      Reply · Report · Charlene C on Jun 25, 2014
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      What's the difference between the Bitter Orange Green Cap (Citrus Aurantium 525 mg) and the Bitter Orange with the purple cap? Do they both have Synephrine?
      A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Apr 26, 2015
      Best Answer: I would call one of the Vitamin Shoppe stores near you, as I do not know the difference between the two
      Reply · Report · Deborah W on Apr 27, 2015
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