Say aspidosperma quebracho-blanco extract five times fast. Okay, the common name is just quebracho, which is a South American evergreen tree species found mostly in the northern regions of Argentina. The name is derived from two Spanish words, quebrar and hacha, which together mean “the axe breaks because the wood is very hard.” The bark, however, contains alkaloids such as aspidospermine, aspidospermatine, aspidosamine, quebrachine, hypoquebrachine and quebrachamine, which act as central-nervous-system stimulators that can get your body lean and hard. In addition, the extract offers high amounts of yohimbe, which works to block specific receptors that actually inhibit fat loss.
Dose: It appears 50-250 mg of aspidosperma quebracho-blanco extract standardized for 0.3% alkaloids taken twice daily is an effective dose.