Vox Nutrition Caralluma Review
The focus of our review is a product called Vox Nutrition Caralluma. The manufacturer claims that this supplement will promote weight loss by encouraging your body to burn existing fat and by suppressing your appetite. Caralluma fimbriata contains a chemical called pregnane glycosides.This phytochemical blocks the enzyme citrate lyase which stops your body from producing fat. Caralluma fimbriata is also believed to act directly on the appetite control center of your brain – the hypothalamus, tricking your body into thinking that it is full.
- Caralluma – 1200 mg
Caralluma is a plant extract may help to inhibit appetite and is also thought to eliminate thirst, and enhance endurance. Research suggests that this ingredient may cause side effects such as constipation, stomach upset, stomach pains and intestinal gas. These side effects should disappear after a week of use. Research has been done on lower doses of Caralluma (around 500mg) but not at 1200mg, so it is possible that the side effects of such a high dose are unknown which causes us to be concerned.
Take two vegetarian-friendly capsules one a day ideally half an hour prior to a meal along with 8 oz of water. The dosage instructions do not specify if there is a preferred time of day that you should take this supplement, or if it is ok to take both capsules in one sitting.
Possible Side Effects
Consult a physician before using this supplement especially if you are pregnant, nursing, under age 18, or if you have medical condition.
The manufacturer does not publicise a price for this product on their website instead recommends that you call in for a lower price.
The manufacturer does not offer a money back guarantee or return policy.
Vox Nutrition Caralluma Review – The Bottom Line
This dietary supplement has some positive aspects. It is made in a facility that follows GMP and FDA guidelines, and contains a primary ingredient at a high dose that could provide weight loss benefits. The company website does a good job of explaining what the supplement can do, its ingredients, and who it is directed at. The negative aspects of this product are that the manufacturer does not advertise the price of this supplement even though it does sell it. It is unknown how much shipping charges are, and it does not seem to offer any new customer incentives or bulk buying discounts. In terms of dosage instructions, they do not specify if there is a preferred time of day that you should take this supplement or if it is ok to take both capsules in one sitting. Research has been done on lower doses of Caralluma (around 500mg) but not at 1200mg, so it is possible that the side effects of such a high dose are unknown which causes us to be concerned. The website does not mention other possible side effects that we found that can include; constipation, stomach upset, stomach pains and intestinal gas. There is no mention of a manufacturer’s guarantee or return policy. We suggest that you look for a different Caralluma supplement that comes with a reliable guarantee, clear pricing, and bulk buying discounts.