Raw Synephrine HCL powder (5985-28-4) video
Raw Synephrine HCL powder (5985-28-4) Description
Raw Synephrine HCL powder is a naturally occurring alkaloid chemical compound found plants and extracted for use as a supplement. Synephrine is sometimes referred to as ‘bitter orange’ as it is derived from small oranges. In actual fact, it is naturally found in the rind of the orange, which is why it is known as bitter orange. Bitter orange is currently used for a number similar issues as well as some more modern-day troubles like weight loss and as an aid in the battle against athlete’s foot. it is one of the main compounds in bitter orange and thought to be the foundation of the plant’s healing qualities Raw Synephrine HCL powder , arguably the most effective fat burning ingredients.Synephrine is obtained from the oranges, and once you have it, you can then benefit in a whole host of different ways.
Raw Synephrine HCL powder (5985-28-4) Specifications
||Raw Synephrine HCL powder
||Synephrine hydrochloride; 5985-28-4; 4-(1-Hydroxy-2-(methylamino)ethyl)phenol,hydrochloride;
||341.10 °C. @ 760.00 mm Hg (est)
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||White to off-white powder
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||Arguably the most effective fat burning ingredients
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