Green Tea Extreme Review
What You Should Know
Green Tea Extreme claims to be the best Green Tea based diet supplement out there. Much to our dismay, we were unable to access the official product website, which leads us to believe this product is no longer being produced and the company has been shut down. The information for this review comes from various third party services, all which have nothing positive to say about the product. We advise you proceed with caution on this one!
List Of Ingredients
The full ingredient list is not available, but from third party sources we were able to determine that the following ingredients are in the formula: Green Tea, Citrus Aurantium, and Guarana.
Green Tea is a natural source of caffeine that produces a thermogenic reaction in the body to help burn fat and lose weight. Citrus Aurantium, also known as Bitter Orange, is a commonly used ingredient in many supplements because of its close relation to edphedra. The difference is, it claims to produce the same kind of thermogenic effects, without the harsh side effects. Guarana is a stimulant, at least 10% caffeine, thought to enhance the effects of the green tea. Since this is a proprietary blend, we cannot tell how much of each ingredient is in the formula. Due to the lack of product information, we cannot tell how this supplement is taken in terms of method, dosage, or frequency.
- The product contains known fat burners.
- Some people complained about receiving SPAM communications about this product. SPAM is illegal here in the United States, as well as many other countries, and therefore takes a great deal of credibility away from the company and product.
- At the time of this review, the official product website is not available. We do not know if this means the company is shut down, or if it was just experiencing temporary technical difficulties.
- The supplement claims to be endorsed by people such as Dr. Perricone and Oprah. Neither Dr. Perricone nor Oprah endorse the product. Oprah is suing some 40 diet product companies for using her name without her permission.
- This product is nothing but stimulants.
- We have no way of knowing if this product contains enough Green Tea to truly be effective.
- The return policy is unclear. It mentions having 20 days to return the product without being billed, yet also says you have 30 days to return the product.
- The $1 free trial bottle offer enrolls customers in an automatic shipment program.
There are plenty of reasons to avoid this product: the fact that they manufacturer’s website is not available, the unclear return policy, the auto shipment scam, the SPAM communications, and the fact that there are all stimulant ingredients.