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Pioneer Pure Hoodia Users – Kalahari Bushmen

Posted by borzack On March - 20 - 2009

The San Kalahari bushmen drying Hoodia GordoniiAncient cultures are sporadically distributed all over the world – one of these ancient cultures famous for the ‘click’ language is the Ju/Hoansi Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia.  They are referred to as the San, and have been practicing some of the oldest cultures in the world.

The San subsisted mainly on edible plants because although the Kalahari is relatively dry, there are a diverse number of very nutritious plants in the desert, such as the now famous Hoodia Gordonii which is an appetite suppressant.  The San people can survive for several days without eating because their consumption of Hoodia keeps feelings of hunger away.

Somewhere in the northern portion of the Kalahari, there are members of this tribe who eat about a hundred different types of plants like the mongogo nut which is an important staple of their diet.  They also look to the tsama melon as a source of water – they roast the pips of this melon over a fire.

San Kalahari Bushmen HunterThe tribesmen are very good hunters but would rather not kill animals for food.  Their families sometimes request them to hunt for small wildebeest like porcupine or a few birds.  They also sometimes hunt down eland, kudu, giraffe, and antelope with their poisoned arrows or their traps.  They kill the animals quickly to keep these from suffering.

The internal organs, like the liver and the heart are then roasted over a fire and eaten.  The women of the tribe distribute the food to the rest of the group while they all feast and talk around open fires.

The San tribe has survived for thousands of years on hunting and gathering food, but because of the dwindling numbers of wild animals, the Bushmen have been plunged into poverty and hunger.

Thanks to the San Kalahari Bushmen, we can now enjoy the most natural and safe appetite suppressant, pure Hoodia Gordonii.

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  1. […] native peoples of the Kalahari desert, the Kalahari bushmen, have used Hoodia Gordonii as an appetite suppressant for thousands of years.  It could quiet the […]

  2. […] a natural product containing no stimulants that also has no known side effects.  It’s got a track record of use going back thousands of years among South Africa’s San tribe.  A chemical in Hoodia called P57 is a lot like glucose, except it’s 10,000 times more […]

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