We’ve tried every diet, every weight loss product, exercise program. We are constantly bombarded with advertisements all day long with the new best weight loss breakthrough. What about this old infamous standby Xenadrine. This product has been around since the 90’s and has worked for a lot of people. The problem with Xenadrine is that it has been involved in a high profile lawsuit and the product has been accused of causing a woman to murder two teenage girls. Sounds like a PR nightmare YIKES!
But what is Xenadrine made off that is so horrible it could cause someone to murder, heart palpitations, liver issues, and straight jitters?
Xenadrine Ingredients List:
The key ingredients in Xenadrine are: green coffee bean extract, garcinia fruit extract, caffeine anhydrous, raspberry ketone, frauenmantle leaf extract, wild olive leaf extract, cormino seed extract and horsemint leaf extract.
How to take Xenadrine:
Each bottle contains 120 capsules and users should take up to six pills daily. They are taken in pairs right before each meal (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). This can be a burden for some consumers to have to take so many pills with each meal. You will need to carry Xenadrine with you at all times to keep up with the dosing schedule.
Don’t snack in-between meals.
- Do not take within 5 hours of bedtime.
- For best results, use for 60 days in combination with diet and exercise.
- Do not exceed 2 servings (2 capsules) in a 24-hour period.
- Drink 10 glasses of water daily for general good health.
- Read the entire label before use and follow directions provided.
Back in 1998 a user named Julia Campagna did not read the entire label before ingesting Xenadrine. The consequence of this was deadly, not for her but for the two Canadian teenagers she hit with her car going over 100 mph near the American-Canadian border. Campagna’s lawyer argued that the Xenadrine sent her on a rampage that ended in vehicular manslaughter. The family of the victim’s have since petitioned to get Xenadrine off the market and the court did conclude that the combination of caffeine and ephedra-like substances are what put Campagna “over the edge”.
The Xenadrine website reviews are straight up doctored. They are all five star reviews of similar length that have no real or genuine character. They tend to highlight the same points made in all their ad copy, big red flag. On Amazon it only got 4 stars with many mixed reviews. People mostly expressed the feeling that it made their heart race and made them edgy and uncomfortable. Others felt it helped with energy and not weight loss. This is because the pill is mostly just caffeine.
Before purchasing be sure to read all user reviews to see if you are down to roll the dice and take a chance on Xenadrine. Consult your physician before starting any new supplement but take extra care when it is an ephedra-like substance as those have caused many health issues for users in the past that involve heart complications and seizures.
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