Ephedram HCL Review
What You Should Know
Ephedram HCL is a fat burner with one proven ingredient and one ingredient not commonly found in weight loss supplements. There is no official website for the fat burner, but a complete list of ingredients is simple to find online. According to product descriptions, Ephedram HCL will help the dieter lose more than 21 pounds, but we have no idea how long this effect will take or if the weight loss is proven.
List of Ingredients
Oxyedrine, Dicaffeine Malate, Capsaicin, Cha de Bugre and Yerba Mate.
Oxyedrine is an unknown ingredient only included in Ephedram HCL. There is a vasodilator, Oxyfedrine, but that is not the ingredient listed. Without known the source or action of oxyedrine, we cannot suggest the dieter try this supplement.
If oxyedrine were to check out as a safe ingredient for weight loss, the next ingredient is dicaffeine malate. This is a form of caffeine that is buffered to reduce side effects commonly associated with stimulants. Caffeine is a proven thermogenic so it increases metabolism and boosts fat burn. We have no idea how much caffeine is included in the supplement, so it could be more than the average dieter is used to taking. Taking too much caffeine can lead to negative side effects.
Capsaicin is derived from hot peppers. There is some evidence that hot peppers help boost metabolism. This is a safe ingredient, but it can cause negative side effects like a burning sensation in the stomach and loose bowels.
Cha de Bugre is an appetite suppressant with general health benefits and stimulant properties. Clinical studies are not listed in the product description, so the dieter does not know whether this ingredient is proven to suppress appetite or not. Consumer reviews fall on both sides of the debate. The stimulant properties are stronger than the appetite suppressing qualities. Yerba Mate is another stimulant.
There is no current pricing information for Ephedram HCL. We assume the product is no longer for sale.
- Caffeine is a proven thermogenic.
- Cha de Bugre and Yerba Mate have stimulant properties.
- No current pricing – product could be discontinued.
- Unknown ingredient – Oxyedrine.
- No proven appetite suppressant.
- Multiple stimulants may cause jitters, nervousness and nausea.
Ephedram HCL is a dangerous fat burner with an ingredient we could not decipher. We assume the manufacturer wanted to lure the consumer in with a name like oxyfedrine, but the ingredient is not the same. Without an active listing, the consumer may not find the product for sale. We suggest using fat burners with caffeine, but we also suggest dieters understand how much caffeine is in a supplement before taking the product. If the manufacturer is not willing to reveal the caffeine amount, the dieter should skip the product.