CMI Fire Caps Review

Editor's Review: 3.3 / 5.0

What You Should Know

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There is no official website for the weight loss product CMI Fire Caps. This product can however be purchased on a number of online sites, particularly Body Building sites. CMI Fire Caps can be purchased at a price of $29.99 for one hundred and twenty capsules. There does not appear to be any information regarding a money back guarantee, nor is there an offer of a free trial sample.

List of Ingredients

The ingredients in CMI Fire Caps consist of Caffeine, Cocoa Extract, Bioperine, Avocado Oil, Thiamine Di (2-Methyl Propionate), and Synephrine.

Product Features

Those who sell CMI Fire Caps online tell us that you should take two capsules thirty minutes before breakfast or before working out and then another two in the afternoon. We are further told that they are not suitable for anyone who is pregnant or breast feeding, and that you should stop taking the capsules immediately if you experience tremors headaches, or heart palpitations. Bioperine and Cocoa Extract which are ingredients in this product are popular ingredients in weight loss products available for sale on the market. Synephrine is also known under the names of Bitter Orange and Citrus Aurantium. It was at one time thought to be a safe alternative to the now banned Ephedrine. However some experts are now warning that Citrus Aurantium can increase the risk of a stroke. There are no contact details given should you wish to contact a representative of the Company which manufactures CMI Fire Caps.

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Advantages

  • There are full and comprehensive ingredient details given for CMI Fire Caps.
  • CMI Fire Caps can be ordered directly from online shops.

Disadvantages

  • This product contains Synephrine which some experts believe may increase the risk of a stroke.
  • There is no official website or contact information for CMI Fire Caps.

Conclusion

CMI Fire Caps have been designed for use for those who work out regularly rather than for the ordinary person who would simply like to lose some weight. Also, CMI Fire Caps contain Synephrine, which is thought by some experts to increase the risk of a stroke. As things stand, we cannot recommend CMI Fire Caps over and above other weight loss products for sale.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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