What You Should Know
CleanseMax is one of many health supplements that claim to remove toxins from the body and is aimed at the colon and digestive system. Part 1 of the cleanse is meant to support the liver, kidneys, lungs, lymphatic system, skin and blood. Part 2 is meant to cleanse the bowel. CleanseMax is offered in capsule form by Advanced Naturals. Advanced Naturals does not claim that this is a weigh-loss product, and CleanseMax does not seem to contain ingredients that promote fat burn-off or suppress the appetite.
CleanseMax is one of about a dozen detoxification products sold by Advanced Naturals. This company was founded by Brenda Watson, a clinical nurse consultant, and is based in Clearwater, Florida. Watson is also the President of a company called Renew Life that sells a nearly identical product called CleanseSmart. CleanseMax is not offered with any money-back or satisfaction guarantees or free sample offers. There are no warnings for this product posted on the official website, however red clover should not be consumed by pregnant or lactating women.
List of Ingredients
Milk thistle seed, artichoke leaf, ashwagandha root, beet leaf, bupleurum root, burdock root, celandine leaf, chlorella, corn silk, dandelion root, hawthorn berry, larch arabinogalactan, mullein leaf, red clover herb, turmeric. The active ingredients in CleanseMax Part 2 are cape aloe gel, rhubarb root, fennel seed, ginger root, marshmallow root, slippery elm bark, triphala.
CleanseMax is marketed on the company’s official website as a 30-day, two-part herbal cleanse. Two capsules of Part 1 should be taken in the morning and two capsules Part 2 should be taken in the evening. The official website does not give a price for this product and states that Advanced Naturals products are sold only through health practitioners and not directly sold on the website. A 30-day bottle of CleanseMax is currently sold online from another retailer for about $30. There are no money-back guarantees or free samples available online.
- CleanseMax can be purchased from at least one online retailer.
- There are not any customer testimonials for this product on the company’s website.
- There is not a list of possible side effects of this product on the official website, so users should research the side effects of each ingredient on their own.
- CleanseMax is not sold directly by this company, it is only sold through other retailers.
- There are no money-back guarantees or refunds offered with this product.
- There is currently no clinical data to support the health claims of cleansing supplements such as CleanseMax.
- Pregnant or lactating women should not consume red clover.
- CleanseMax does not encourage a healthy diet or regular fitness regimen.
CleanseMax is a cleansing health supplement containing some many common herbs, vitamins and minerals. It can be purchased online for about $30 for a 30-day supply. The main disadvantages lie in whether this product is effective in cleansing one’s body and in the fact that possible side effects are not given on the product’s website.