Although the European Court of Justice's Advocate General subsequently said that the bloc's plan to tighten rules on the sale of vitamins and food supplements should be scrapped,  he was eventually overruled by the European Court, which decided that the measures in question were necessary and appropriate for the purpose of protecting public health . ANH, however, interpreted the ban as applying only to synthetically produced supplements, and not to vitamins and minerals normally found in or consumed as part of the diet. 
A thermogenic is a broad term for any supplement that the manufacturer claims will cause thermogenesis , resulting in increased body temperature, increased metabolic rate, and consequently an increased rate in the burning of body fat and weight loss. Until 2004 almost every product found in this supplement category comprised the " ECA stack ": ephedrine , caffeine and aspirin . However, on February 6, 2004 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the sale of ephedra and its alkaloid , ephedrine, for use in weight loss formulas. Several manufacturers replaced the ephedra component of the "ECA" stack with bitter orange or citrus aurantium (containing synephrine ) instead of the ephedrine.
i don’t take Mag07 for weight loss. i take it for survival. i have suffered with IBS with constipation since high school. i’m now 78. i never took a trip without my enema bag. around 6 years ago someone in the vitamin section at Erewhon turned me on to Mag07. i’ve been taking it ever since and it has changed my life. not that i don’t have a few side effects, like occasional gas issues. but,it’s waaaaay better than not having a bowel movement for two weeks. my neighbor, who i told about the product says, “you saved my life.”