COLEUS FORSKOHLII – forskolin comes from the coleus forskohlii plant, known as Indian nettle. This plant is native to Southeast Asia. Indian nettle root is a source of physiologically active di terpene compounds. We find in it acetoxycoleosol, coleol, coleonon, coleanol, deoxycoleonol, barrutazine, croquetin, naptopyron and plectrinon. There are also other chemical compounds in this root, such as croquetin and deoxycolleonol.

Forskolin, which has been the subject of several scientific studies. Has been shown to stimulate the activity of the enzyme adenyl cyclase and raise the level of cyclic cAPM. In the real world, this can translate into a faster increase in muscle mass and support for a decrease in body fat. Forskolin is said to improve thyroid function (by stimulating the release of triiodothyronine) and lower cortisol levels, which is a hormone that breaks down muscle tissue when present in large quantities. In the process of reducing body fat and improving body composition, preparations containing forskolin are very useful.

Dosage: from 25 to 100 mg per day.