Green Oxygen Review
What You Should Know
Green Oxygen is a detox supplement designed for daily use. The ingredients are non-stimulating so the dieter can easily add the detox drink to a daily routine of supplements. We did find a natural laxative in the mix, which could be used to push the toxins out of the body, but laxatives should not be used long-term. The body can get used to the lubricating nature of laxatives and grow lazy. If this happens, the dieter is forced to take laxatives every day to maintain regular bowel movements. The product description claims the supplement will also help the dieter reduce weight.
List of Ingredients
- Spirulina Algae
- Peppermint Oil
We come across tons of natural laxatives that claim to increase weight loss. Laxatives may cause a temporary jump in weight loss, but the body will recover and waste will continue to be processed and eliminated from the body. As soon as the dieter stops taking Green Oxygen, the weight will return.
The makers of Green Oxygen make some pretty extraordinary claims, including healthy blood pressure, reduced liver inflammation and improved circulation. There are no clinical studies on any of the ingredients used in the formula provided to support these claims. There are plenty of all-natural supplements available that offer medical research on humans to support a supplement’s benefits. When we come across a company that doesn’t bother, we immediately think – why should the dieter bother to trust a company that doesn’t take the time to support claims?
The supplement is available for sale from the official website, but the price is outrageous at $23 a bottle. The dieter must mix Green Oxygen with water and drink the supplement. There is no mention of how the supplement tastes.
- Ingredients for Green Oxygen are listed on the official website.
- May help the dieter fight occasional constipation.
- Some ingredients may work as claimed.
- The company does not bother to support any claims in the product description.
- No clinical references are listed.
- No testimonials are provided from consumers having purchased the product.
- No before and after pictures of weight loss.
- Contains a laxative.
- Should not be used long-term.
- May interfere with prescription medications.
Green Oxygen contains a natural laxative. The body is capable of detoxing as needed and laxatives should only be used to fight occasional constipation. Aloe is not a stimulant laxative, but it may reduce the effectiveness of the colon and intestines with long-term use. There is no proof this supplement works as claimed and the company doesn’t bother to list research on individual ingredients.