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So why was the herb (ephedra) banned while the drug (Sudafed) was kept on the market? You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure it out: Because Sudafed was making lots of money for its manufacturer, a drug company. And the FDA consistently acts in favor of drug companies rather than consumers.

What's the bottom line on hoodia? It can be a useful weight loss tool in conjunction with exercise and major dietary changes, but it's no miracle weight loss pill. By itself, hoodia (even real hoodia) won't make you look fit and trim, although it can no doubt help you get there if you're willing to exercise and eat right.

The campaign to discredit all herbs

Hoodia (pronounced HOO-dee-ah) is a cactus-like plant that grows primarily in the semi-deserts of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Angola.

From that isolated abuse of the herb, the FDA banned all ephedra. But here's the smoking gun: It kept Sudafed legal even though Sudafed contains the same chemical constituents as ephedra! That's where the name of the drug comes from: "pseudo" and "ephedra." Put them together and you get "Sudafed."

It doesn't mean hoodia won't find itself under fire by conventional medicine, of course. Remember ephedra? It was a perfectly safe Chinese herb that's now illegal to import, sell or prescribe to patients in the United States. It was used safely and effectively in Chinese Medicine for literally thousands of years, with no toxicity problems whatsoever. But when some American companies got their hands on it, they isolated the herb (which Chinese doctors never do), amplified its active chemicals, and sold them to consumers who started taking them by the handful. Not surprisingly, a couple of weak-hearted overweight people suffered heart attacks and died.

One study published in the September 2004 issue of Brain Research found that injections of p57 into the appetite center of rat brains resulted in altered levels of ATP, an energy molecule that may affect hunger. The animals receiving the P57 injections also ate less than rats that received placebo injections. However, this was an animal study and injections in the brain are different from oral consumption, so it cannot be used to show that oral hoodia can suppress appetite in humans.

Hoodia gordonii was discovered by Paterson and Col. R.F. Gordon in December 1778 in the Upington area. Mr Francis Masson, a famous botanist, named this plant Stapelia gordonii with the specific epithet named after Gordon. In 1830 the genus was later transferred by Sweet into the genus Hoodia, which was named in honour of Van Hood, a keen succulent grower.

How do I Know if it's Pure Hoodia?

Let me be clear about my position on hoodia: My complaint is not with the hoodia plant itself. I am a strong advocate of plant-based nutrition and various nutritional supplements. Nature is not the problem here; the con artists are the problem. They're selling so-called "hoodia diet pills" that actually contain no detectable levels of hoodia whatsoever, and that conclusion is based on High Performance Thin-Layer Chomatography (HPTLC) testing, digital microscopy and other lab tests.

In fact, odds are that if hoodia ads appear in the ad boxes for this article, some or all of those ads are promoting counterfeit hoodia products. It all depends on which ads appear, of course, and we don't control that, but make no mistake: Many of the top hoodia advertisers in the search engines are actually the top con artists. It's no exaggeration to say that your favorite search engine that starts with a "G" is making millions off counterfeit hoodia product ads. But not intentionally: They're being duped just like many consumers.