Thanks for all the helpful information! I appreciate how you mention both sides of the story and provide lots of links to extra data about Forskolin. I tend to agree with Anonymous above, that Dr Oz isn't exactly the most trustworthy figure. But a supplement that could potentially help with both asthma and allergies (my two biggest problems!) is something I am definitely excited to try. Looking forward to seeing more studies!
Itching (pruritus). Research suggests that taking turmeric by mouth three times daily for 8 weeks reduces itching in people with long-term kidney disease. Also, early research suggests that taking a specific combination product (C3 Complex, Sami Labs LTD) containing curcumin plus black pepper or long pepper daily for 4 weeks reduces itching severity and improves quality of life in people with chronic itching caused by mustard gas.
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The more you have to lose (obese / extremely overweight), the more you will lose as your body has more fat to spare. Sure, changes to your diet and activity levels will be the base but the magic lies in the details. Most people weight loss journey is mostly about losing a lot of water (and water weight), going on holiday and then coming back home feeling fat and full of guilt. The truth is, fat has nothing to do with it, because they haven’t lost much of it in the first place.