What You Should Know
Thoroughly Cleansed is a “biblical” cleansing supplement from Hot Stuff Nutritionals. There is no product description for the supplement nor is there an ingredient list for the dieter to read through and research before taking the product. Leaving out the ingredient list is the worst step for any nutritional company. If a dieter has no idea what is in a supplement, they cannot trust that supplement. We did find a brief description on the sales page. No testimonials are listed for Thoroughly Cleansed and a free trial is not mentioned. Hot Stuff does back all supplements with a 30-day money back guarantee as posted on the front page of the official website.
List of Ingredients
Without an ingredient list, the dieter can only assume the product includes typically cleansing herbs like cascara sagrada and senna extract. There could also be water loss herbs like dandelion root and uva ursi. The brief description we found stated the supplement cleansed the “blood, bowels, cells and joints.”
Laxatives like cascara sagrada and senna extract work by pulling water from the body and stimulating the bowel system for increased bowel movements. These ingredients should only be used for a short period as long-term use can lead to dependence on laxatives to have a bowel movement. Senna extract is also a questionable ingredient as senna-based products were pulled from retailer shelves in the past.
If there are diuretics in the mix, chances are the body will suffer from dehydration and, potentially, lowered potassium levels. When diuretics increase urination, they often lower potassium stores causing cramping and severe side effects that could lead to hospitalization and death. There have been professional athletes who have died as a result of taking diuretics.
Hot Stuff Thoroughly Cleansed sells for $15.95 per 56 capsules. We have no idea how long this bottle is supposed to last as label instructions are not included.
- Hot Stuff offers a 30-day money back guarantee.
- Thoroughly Cleansed is sold online from the manufacturer.
- The price is lower than or comparable to other cleansing supplements.
- No ingredient list is available for the product.
- We could not find a product description.
- Testimonials are not supplied for the visitor.
- No free trial is offered.
- Diuretics can lead to dehydration and death.
- Laxatives should only be used short-term for temporary constipation relief.
This product is not one we would suggest dieters use for weight loss. In addition, anyone suffering from occasional constipation can choose a product with an ingredient list online to better understand the product they are taking. Hot Stuff does offer a guarantee, but the dieter would have to order and pay for the supplement before finding out what is in it.