What You Should Know
Accuslim is marketed by the manufacturers as a diet pill that helps you lose weight quickly by burning fat. The ingredients list in Accuslim is made up of a number of vitamins, minerals, and herbs.
The manufacturers state that what makes this product different from other weight loss products is the inclusion of Citrus Aurantium which has the same effect as the now banned substance Ephedrine, which has caused so much controversy. The manufacturers state that the effect of the Citrus Aurantium is that it raises the metabolic rate, thus burning fat, which in turn means that when combined with the other ingredients contained in Accuslim, individuals taking this product will lose weight.
List of Ingredients
The ingredients in Accuslim consists of, Chromium Chelavite, Vanadium, Citrus Aurantium, Rhodiola Rosea, Garcinia Cambogia, Green Tea Leaf, Oriental Ginseng, American Gingseng and Eleuthero.
The manufactures of Accuslim have a website from which the product can be ordered directly. The cost is $74.85 for a three month supply, $53.90 for a two month supply and $28.95 for a one month supply. The product contains three different types of Gingseng. Eleuthero is in fact Siberian Ginseng. Ginseng is known to have side effects on certain people, such as heart palpitations, dizziness and nausea. It is also a stimulant, as is green tea, which the product also contains. This means that Accuslim contains four stimulants, which is rather a lot for a product that you may be taking several times a day.
The manufacturer’s website states that one to three tablets should be taken thirty minutes before each meal. There is also a money back guarantee for those not satisfied, as long as the product is returned.
- There is a manufacturer’s website.
- The Website gives the name, email address and telephone number of someone in the company you can contact with any concerns or questions regarding Accuslim.
- There is a money back guarantee.
- This product contains a large number of stimulants.
- Citrus Aurantium can be lethal when it mixes with some antidepressants. Anyone on prescription antidepressants who is thinking of taking Accuslim MUST see their physician for advice before taking this product.
- Ginseng, when mixed with caffeine, can cause insomnia and over stimulation.
- Green leaf tea, one of the ingredients in this product is in fact caffeine.
Although the manufacturers of Accuslim do have a very detailed website with contact details, which is commendable, it would also be appreciated if more detail were given on the possible side effects of this product. In view of the number of stimulants in this product standardized experimental trials of this weight loss product would be welcomed. The manufacturers market Accuslim as revolutionary since it does not contain Ephedrine, but in fact Ephedrine is now banned in all weight loss products. The fact that Accuslim does not contain Ephedrine does not set it apart from other weight loss products, and this product is especially not recommended for any users who have had complications from stimulant use in the past.