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The bioactive alkaloid (a naturally occurring amino produced by a plant) extract known as evodiamine comes from a plant called Evodiae Fructus. It's a stimulant that increases your resting core temperature and body heat.
Evodiamine is also known as Wu-Chu-Yu, and is used by Chinese herbal specialists as a weight loss supplement. While this isn't backed up by any medical studies, the Chinese have used this for weight loss for centuries.
No, it's only available through the plant Evodiae Fructus and via supplement form.
Evodiamine raises your body's temperature and can inhibit the growth of certain cancer cells. It also manipulates your metabolism when combined with certain drugs and influences the secretion of catecholamines from your adrenal glands. Catecholamines are important because they cause physiological changes in your body that prepare your body for a physical response. It's much like having increased adrenaline, your blood pressure, heart rate, and blood glucose levels all increase after taking evoidamine.
Additionally, evodiamine stimulates the vanilloids in your body and reduces the uptake of fat. In turn, it increases your body's natural rate of burning fat. It's a mild stimulant that has shown to increase positive energy and diuretic characteristics in a body.
Evodiamine also acts as a thermogenic and has the unique ability, as mentioned above, to increase your overall resting core temperature. Many believe that this is the reason more calories and fat are burned for energy when taking evoidaimine.
Effects evodiamine has on performance:
- Assists in fat burning
- Increased energy
Evodiamine is beneficial to those that desire to lose weight and/or have extra endurance. It's primary benefits are two-fold -- not only does it help your body burn calories, but it releases cataecholamines that provide extra energy.
Little studies have been conducted using evodiamine. However, a known side effect is the loss of appetite. While this may be beneficial to those losing weight, it may be a drawback to those that need to use some of evodiamine's increased endurance attributes.