Suprexin is an over-the-counter dietary supplement that was designed to offer dieters a broad range of different kinds of benefits that will help them to lose weight with greater ease. Some of those advantages are that they increase the metabolic rate, suppress the appetite, and raise energy levels while they improve the mood as a whole.
Many products make this kind of claim and very few are able to actually live up to their promises. It is important to look more closely at the ingredients in this formula in order to know whether or not its marketing can be trusted.
The first thing that stands out about this formula is the fact that Suprexin contains a very long list of ingredients, yet the pills contain only 450 mg in total. This makes it sound as though there is either too little of anything to actually produce any measurable results or that there are only one or two effective ingredients in this mix and the rest are there simply to make it appear as though there are many substances that make up this formula.
Unfortunately, as this is a proprietary formula, this means that the manufacturer may provide the total quantity but has not broken down the complete list of substances into the amounts in which they have each been used in this formulation. Therefore, there is no way of knowing if enough of each ingredient has been used in order to make it worthwhile.
What are the ingredients in Suprexin?
The ingredients that have been listed on the official website for this product include lotus leaf flavonoids and alkaloids, hawthorn hyperosides, green tea extract (decaffeinated), L-carnitine tartrate, citrus aurantium (synephrine), konjac glucomannan, Panax ginseng, danshen, and cassia tora.
At first glance at this formula, it rapidly becomes clear that it is highly based on stimulants. The green tea extract may be decaffeinated, but there are a number of other stimulant ingredients in this product, including (and most alarmingly) the citrus aurantium. Synephrine is a very powerful stimulant and is one that the FDA has cautioned dieters against using, particularly in combination with other stimulants such as caffeine. Unfortunately, that stimulant is also present in this product, as konjac glucomannan and Panax ginseng are both naturally caffeinated ingredients.
That combination can increase a dieter’s risk of stroke or other types of cardiac events, such as a heart attack. It is highly recommended that a doctor be consulted before trying this diet pill.
How is Suprexin taken?
The usual dose of Suprexin is 1 capsule per day. This dosage combats appetite and cravings for up to 12 hours according to the promoters. Take the Ever Lim dietary supplement as directed on the label. Follow all directions on the product package, or take as directed by your doctor. Do not take more than the recommended dosage. If you have any questions, ask your doctor or pharmacist. Take this medication regularly in order to get the most benefit from it. To help you remember, take it at the same time each day.
What are the side effects of Suprexin?
Do not take Suprexin if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. The likely common side effects of Suprexin based on the ingredients include:
- Burning or stinging pain
- Increased redness of the eye
- Tearing or blurred vision
- Dryness in the nose
- Runny nose, and sneezing.
This document does not contain all possible side effects and others may occur. Check with your physician for additional information about side effects.