What You Should Know
Lexscl is a weight loss supplement with one of the oddest names we have ever encountered. We’re not sure how to pronounce the supplement’s name, but we are sure this supplement is not the best option for dieters. We found several websites listing ingredients for what appears to be a Chinese slimming pill, but the product descriptions are far from understandable. We struggled through and finally compiled a list of ingredients and some interesting information on Lexscl.
List of Ingredients
- Gingko Biloba
- Hydroxycitric Acid
From the get go we want to share a warning about Lexscl we found on several trusted websites. This supplement was investigated by the Hong Kong Department of Health in 2007 and Sibutramine and other prescription medications were found in the formula. Sibutramine is a weight loss drug and should NEVER be included in a supplement. Sibutramine is not listed in the ingredients because we cannot be sure all Lexscl bottles contain the drug, but we warn dieters to steer clear of this supplement, flush any product you have to take the pills to a drug disposal event at your local hospital or medical center.
The only ingredient in Lexscl commonly used in weight loss products is hydroxycitric acid, also known as garcinia cambogia. There is a hot debate right now about hydroxycitric acid as some dieters have claimed liver damage they suffered was caused by products containing this ingredient. The claims were strong enough that the FDA nudged a major supplement company to pull products from the shelves several years ago.
- The ingredients for Lexscl are listed online.
- You can purchase the supplement for less than $8 per bottle.
- Amounts for the ingredients in Lexscl are not listed online.
- The supplement was found to contain prescription weight loss medication in the formula.
- There are reports thyroid stimulating medications were also found in some formulas.
Lexscl is one of the most dangerous weight loss supplements we have ever encountered. This is not the first supplement to contain Sibutramine and it will not be the last. Dieters should stop taking this supplement immediately to reduce the risk of harmful side effects. While Sibutramine may be safe for some dieters and actually help achieve weight loss goals, there are cardiovascular side effects associated with the medication. At no time should any dieter take this medication without the knowledge and prescription of a licensed physician.