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Garcinia Cambogia May Be Toxic to Some.


The fruit garcinia cambogia, also called the malabar tamarind, grows across southwest India, Myanmar and Indonesia.

The usage  of Garcinia cambogia, a popular weight-loss supplement, may pose health risks to people who are using certain antidepressants, a recent case report suggests.Last year in Oregon, a 35-year-old woman who had been taking Garcinia cambogia supplements for two or three months while additionally taking an antidepressant started stuttering and sweating profusely. In the emergency room of the local hospital, the medical staff noted that the woman’s heart rate and high blood pressure were high, and that she had also developed foot clonus, involuntary muscle spasm that cause a person’s foot to flex.