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Was The Ephedra Ban Really a Success?
Ephedra and Ephedrine consumers are still under the assumption that the Ephedra ban is still in place. It probably comes as a great surprise that the ban on Ephedra, one of nature's most powerful weight loss supplements, was lifted in April of 2005. A Utah Judge overturned the FDA's decision. So why is it that the most sought after diet pill so difficult to get your hands on? We spoke to four of the top nutritional suppliers. They tell us that the demand is higher than ever. However, they admit they haven't been following the new ruling. As a result, they missed the boat.
There is one company, Ephedra Labs that did follow the series of rulings very closely. Just as quickly as the gavel fell on the final decision last April, Ephedra Labs purchased the entire supply of the pure form of MaHuang. They now own the entire world supply of pure form Ephedra for the next 9 months. The only place a consumer can purchase Ephedra is by visting www.EphedraLabs.com They even offer discounts if the order is placed online.
The power of Ephedra cannot be denied. It has helped hundreds of thousands of people with weight problems slim down. Where other pills and potions have failed, Ephedra still remains as the top challenger for the most powerful weight loss supplement out there. Ephedra Labs tells us they can barely keep it on the shelves with some of the wholesale suppliers stepping up to the plate wanting to purchase crates of their product. This is great news for Ephedra consumers is that the "weight" is over.
Ted Collins is an accomplished Marketer with more than 12 years of Market Research, Trends, and Lifecycle Product Development experience. He holds dual BBAs in Marketing from Kennesaw State University. He began his career in marketing in the telecommunications industry 12 years ago. He is currently the President of Online Marketing Systems, Inc. Copyright ©2005
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