Curve Lily Review
What You Should Know
Curve Lily is a Chinese weight loss supplement that used to have an official website in the United States. There is a LinkedIn page, but the page leads to a website that just renders blank page. We tried to find a cached page of the website, but we were unable to locate a cache. We were able to find Curve Lily on various Chinese herbal vitamin shop sites and the ingredient list convinces us that is exactly where the supplement should be.
List of Ingredients
- Aloe Vera
- Balsam Pear
- Cassia Seed
- Yam Rhizome
- Lotus Leaf
Aloe vera and cassia are natural laxatives. Some dieters claim cassia causes cramping similar to that felt with stimulant laxatives. Aloe vera, on the other hand, does not cause cramping, but it does increase bowel movements or the looseness of stool to make bowel movements easier. This side effect is fine if the ingredient is added to a supplement designed to relieve occasional constipation, but not a weight loss supplement.
One interesting ingredient in the formula is balsam pear, also known as bitter melon. There are some reports that claim bitter melon, when combined with yam extract, can be used to improve weight loss. We were unable to find a clinical study proving the connection.
There are various different varieties of Medlar, but we think the one referenced on the ingredient list is Goji. Goji is an antioxidant-rich berry that may support overall health. There are no weight loss benefits associated with Goji though it’s easy to find tons of supplements claiming the opposite.
- Ingredients for Curve Lily are listed online.
- It appears the supplement used to be available in the United States.
- An official website was once listed in the US with a LinkedIn page leading to the site.
- There are two laxatives in the formula.
- May cause frequent trips to the bathroom.
Curve Lily is not really a weight loss supplement at all. We are intrigued by the official website that was once there and now is gone, but we are not intrigued by the ingredient list. Curve Lily is nothing more than Chinese laxatives partnered with antioxidants. The supplement may help relieve occasional constipation, reduce free radical damage and support some aspects of overall health, but it will not boost metabolism, increase weight loss or decrease appetite. Curve Lily may have been pulled from the US website because the formula is simply ineffective.