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Curb Compulsive Eating Naturally -- Novel Spice Extract, Saffron A, Targets the Neurochemistry of Appetite - References
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Dosage and Use: Take one capsule twice daily (morning and evening) with food or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

Caution and Side Effects:  Do not exceed recommended dose. Consult with your healthcare practitioner before using this product if you are taking anti-coagulant or anti-platelet medications or if you have a bleeding disorder or kidney disease. Avoid use during pregnancy.

Warnings Information:

  • Keep Saffron A, appetite control/suppressants out of reach of children,
  • Do not exceed recommended dose,
  • If you have a bad reaction or unwanted side effects, discontinue use immediately,
  • When using Saffron A, appetite control/suppressants to lose weight, please inform your physician,
  • Results may vary from person to person concerning weight loss.
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