I have been on the Equitrim diet for 2 weeks. Since I haven’t been able to find any info on it, I am putting what info I have obtained from the bottle and on line.
Ingredients:
Canca Papaya, Citric acid, Citrus Aurapturn, Citrus Grandis, Citrus Lomonen, Garcinia, Glycyrhizza Clabra, Natural Lemon Flavor, Polyvurvioyrrohdose, Sacchann, Silicrum, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Ester, Sorbitol
Below is some info.
Citrus Aurantium mechanism of action
The amines in citrus aurantium stimulate beta-3 cell receptors with less of an effect on other alpha and beta receptors. Stimulation of these beta-3 receptors elicits the breakdown of fat. Simultaneously, this stimulation causes an increase in the metabolic rate – thermogenesis – which burns calories. Citrus aurantium may also act as an appetite suppressant.

Citrus Aurantium extract
Citrus Aurantinum is sold by raw material suppliers in various extracts, including 4%,6%,8% Synepherin.
Citrus Aurantium Summary by Ray Sahelian, M.D.
At this point, the safety of citrus aurantium is still being evaluated, and although it appears to be safer than ephedra, it still carries risks in high doses.

Citrus Aurantium Research Update
A botanical used in some weight-loss products as a substitute for now-banned ephedra may possibly pose health risks of its own. The ingredient is an extract of the Seville orange, known scientifically as Citrus aurantium. According to the authors of the new report, there is no reliable evidence that the herb works, but there is evidence that it could raise blood pressure or interact with certain medications. Citrus aurantium contains a compound called synephrine that, like ephedra, stimulates the central nervous system and may boost metabolism. There have yet to be any reports of serious side effects with Citrus aurantium, but scientists know that synephrine can raise blood pressure and has the potential to raise the risk of cardiovascular complications.
Citrus aurantium, an ingredient of dietary supplements marketed for weight loss: current status of clinical and basic research.
Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2004 Sep;229(8):695-7.
Seville orange (Citrus aurantium) extracts are being marketed as a safe alternative to ephedra in herbal weight-loss products, but citrus aurantium may also have the potential to cause adverse health effects. Citrus aurantium contains synephrine (oxedrine), which is structurally similar to epinephrine. Although no adverse events have been associated with ingestion of Citrus aurantium products thus far, synephrine increases blood pressure in humans and other species, and has the potential to increase cardiovascular events. Additionally, Citrus aurantium contains 6',7'-dihydroxybergamottin and bergapten, both of which inhibit cytochrome P450-3A, and would be expected to increase serum levels of many drugs. There is little evidence that products containing citrus aurantium are an effective aid to weight loss. Synephrine has lipolytic effects in human fat cells only at high doses, and octopamine does not have lipolytic effects in human adipocytes.
Garcinia Cambogia - Lipid control
Garcinia, also known as Garcinia Cambogia, contains a biologically active compound which is known to inhibit the synthesis of lipids and fatty acids and lower the formation of LDL and triglycerides. Garcinia also contains significant amounts of Vitamin C and has been used as a heart tonic. Research suggests that this natural extract may also inhibit the conversion of excess calories to body fat. Additionally, appetite is also suppressed by promoting synthesis of glycogen. Glycogen is the stored form of glucose, one of the body's primary sources of energy. Increased glycogen production and storage is the body's normal way of signaling the brain's satiety centre that enough food has been eaten. This has made Garcinia a very effective herbal medicine for controlling obesity and cholesterol. It is a well established fat burning agent all over the world and is currently becoming a rage in America, Japan, Europe and many other western nations. It is recommended as a dieting aid supported by exercise and a balanced nutritional diet.