The ingredients that makes Ronaxil Effective and Safe

Hoodia Gordonii [P57] Tricks Your Brain to Make you think you are full!!
Hoodia Gordonii

Hoodia gordonii, (Hoodia)is the botanical name for a cactus like plant that grows in Southern Africa. Scientists have recently isolated several compounds in this amazing plant that are responsible for dramatic weight loss. This all-natural appetite suppressant is also being applauded for containing no dangerous stimulants that caused adverse side effects associated with weight loss products of the last decade. It has been safely used by local hunters for centuries. Only hoodia that contains P57 has been shown to provide these powerful suppressant effects.

In the USA, the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), United States Dept of Agriculture (USDA) and Homeland Security (U.S. Customs) regulate the importation and re-exportation of species such as Hoodia gordonii. Current U.S. laws stipulate that not only must a CITES certificate accompany shipments of Hoodia gordonii but that the importers must possess a permit issued by the USDA to import Terrestrial Plants. In order to re-export H. gordonii, you must apply for a CITES re-export certificate.

In addition to looking for a copy of a CITES and USDA permit from a manufacturer of "Hoodia" products a consumer should also look for a report from an independent testing lab which has conducted scientific analysis on the product in question, testifying that they have been able to authenticate the presence of Hoodia gordonii.

Click here to view the RONAXIL certificate of Hoodia trading page.

Green Tea, P.E [Camellia sinensis] Breaks Down Your Hard Fat!!
Gren Tea

An herbal ingredient that aids in weight loss due to its high amount of anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants have the ability to break down stored fat molecules, and fight the free radicals your body releases during significant weight loss. In other words, anti-oxidants give you energy and fight fat deposits.

Physiologist William Rumpler studied the influence of green tea on energy expenditure. Four beverages were tested: full-strength tea, half-strength tea, water with caffeine, and water. Twelve men drank the beverages five times a day for three days. When the volunteers drank full-strength tea or water with caffeine, their metabolism was 2.9-3.4% higher than when they drank water, and they burnt on average 67 additional calories per day.

Today, tea leaves for green tea are grown in the warmer southern regions of Japan, with about half produced in Shizuoka Prefecture. Uji, a district near the ancient city of Kyoto (and the district from which the finest Japanese tea comes from to this day) became the first tea-growing region in Japan. Later, tea plantations were planted in Shizuoka Prefecture and, finally to surrounding regions. A total of about 100,000 tons of green tea is produced per year from 60,000 of tea fields.
Ronaxil tea is imported from directly from Japan.

Gynostemma Pentaphyllum, P.E. [Jiaogulan] Fight Fat Molecules!!
Gynostemma Pentaphyllum

A Chinese medicinal herb that has antioxidants to fight fat molecules; better known as "immortality" because of it's rejuvenating and energizing properties.

Jiaogulan is a vine hardy to USDA zone 8 in which it may grow as a short lived perennial plant. It can be grown as an annual in most temperate climates, in well-drained soil with full sun. The plant is dioecious, meaning each plant exists either as male or female, thus if seeds are desired both a male and female plant must be grown.

Adaptogenic herbs are nontoxic in normal doses, produce a nonspecific defensive response to stress, and have a normalizing influence on the body. They normalize the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA axis). As defined, adaptogens constitute a new class of natural, homeostatic metabolic regulators. However they are also functional at the level of allostasis which is a more dynamic reaction to long term stress, lacking the fixed reference points of homeostasis. Jiaogulan is a calming adaptogen which is also useful in formula with codonopsis for jet lag and altitude sickness.

Salvia Miltiorrhiza, P.E- [Red Sage] Fights Antioxidants
Salvia Miltiorrhiza

An herbal remedy used in China for centuries due to its energizing and antioxidant fighting abilities.

Danshen (Salvia miltiorrhiza) is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), often in combination with other herbs. Remedies containing danshen are used traditionally to treat a diversity of ailments, particularly cardiac (heart) and vascular (blood vessel) disorders such as atherosclerosis ("hardening" of the arteries with cholesterol plaques) or blood clotting abnormalities.

The ability of danshen to "thin" the blood and reduce blood clotting is well documented. Because danshen can inhibit platelet aggregation and has been reported to potentiate (increase) the blood-thinning effects of warfarin, it should be avoided in patients with bleeding disorders, prior to some surgical procedures, or when taking anticoagulant (blood-thinning) drugs, herbs, or supplements.

In the mid-1980s, scientific interest was raised in danshen's possible cardiovascular benefits, particularly in patients with ischemic stroke or coronary artery disease/angina. More recent studies have focused on possible roles in liver disease (hepatitis and cirrhosis), and as an antioxidant.

Fructus Lycii, P.E. [Barbary Wolfberry Fruit] Improves Immunity!
Fructus Lycii

The crushed extract of this Oriental fruit improves immunity so you can stay healthy during weight loss.

Known in Asia as an extremely nutritious food, wolfberries have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for at least 2,000 years. Their undocumented legend, however, is considerably older, as wolfberries are often linked in Chinese lore to Shen Nung (Shennong), China's legendary First Emperor, mythical father of agriculture, and herbalist who lived circa 2,800 BC.

Since the early 21st century in the United States and other such industrialized countries, there has been a rapidly growing recognition of wolfberries for their nutrient richness and antioxidant qualities, with 54 new product introductions worldwide during 2006. Such rapid commercial development includes wolfberry among a novel category of functional foods called "superfruits" expected to be a double-digit growth market over the next several years.

Peony Root, P.E. [Paeonia Lactiflora] Be Calm! No Nasty Jittery Feeling!!
Peony Root

This exotic plant root has a natural calming effect that alleviates nerves and stress. It also purifies your skin and body as the fat cells containing dangerous free radicals are attacked and released.

Peony or is also known as baishao and chihshao is a flower where the Chinese use the root of the peony to regulate the blood. The root of the peony relaxes the blood vessels, reduces platelt sticking, nourishes the blood and promotes circulation to the skin and extremities. The cultivated peony white peony (baishao) is a dense root that nourishes the blood. Peony is often combined with tang-kuei or licorice.

White peony has been used in China for at least 1,500 years, primarily for 'yin' deficiency states. Its main use is as a women's tonic herb for heavy and/or painful periods and menopausal problems. For this purpose, it combines well with Chinese angelica. It is also tradidionally combined with liquorice root to help normalise the menstrual cycle. In addition, it has an anti-spasmodic action making it helpful in colic/IBS, muscle cramps and tension headaches.

Taurine Amino Acid Relieve Anxiety and Boost Your Energy to Feel the Best!

An organic amino acid that can release muscle fatigue caused by increased activity during weight loss. It's also used to give energy and relieve anxiety.

It is a key ingredient of bile, which in turn is needed for fat digestion, absorption of fat-soluble vitamins as well as the control of cholesterol serum levels in the body. (It is incorporated in the bile acid chenodeoxychloic acid, which emulsify the dietary fats) This nutrient is also used in the proper use of potassium, calcium as well as sodium in the body, and for maintaining cell membrane integrity. It is thought to be helpful with anxiety, hyperactivity, poor brain function and epilepsy as well as hydrating the brain. Taurine, together with zinc is also required for proper eye health and vision.

Taurine is an ingredient in many energy drinks and energy products; in fact, it is from this ingredient that Red Bull gets its name. It is present in the alcoholic drinks Sparks, Spykes, and Mobius Infused Lager. It is also contained in the energy drinks Monster, NOS, Boo Koo Energy, and XL.