RoxyLean ECA Review

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RoxyLean ECA is a product currently for sale that claims to use an ECA stack. ECA stands for Ephedra, Caffeine and Aspirin and was commonly used when Ephedra was legal for fat burning supplements. Today, the FDA does not allow Ephedra to be included in fat burners, so what ingredient makes up the E in the RoxyLean ECA supplement?

List of Ingredients

Caffeine (As Caffeine Anhydrous, USP), N,N’-(Dithiobis(2-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-1-Methyl-2,1-Ethenediyl))bis(N-((4-Amino-2-Methyl-5-Pyrimidinyl)methyl) Formamide, Citrus Limonium (Whole Part), 1,3-Dimethylamine, Rauwolfia Serpentine (Root/rhizome Part), Aspidosperma Quebracho B. (Bark Part), Ramulus Buxi S. (Root Part), Hydrastis Canadensis (Root Part), Scutellaria Biacalensis G. (Root Part), Salicin (Standardized To 98%) Pwd. (Root Part).

Product Features

As is the case with many fat burners, every scientific name the manufacturer could use is listed on the label. The first ingredient is well-known as a fat burner; caffeine. This is clearly the C in the ECA stack. Caffeine is proven to boost metabolism and weight loss in the right amounts, but here it is included in a proprietary blend, so we have no idea how much caffeine is packed into one serving.

Formamide is used in weight loss supplements as a solvent or for vitamin synthesis in the lab. Citrus Limonium is lemon. There are no known ECA or fat burning benefits of lemon so we have no idea why it is included in RoxyLean ECA. 1,3-Dimethylamine is a stimulant. Not a lot of information is available on this ingredient, but bodybuilding forums are excited about how well it boosts energy. Rauwolfia Serpentine may reduce blood pressure and alter mood.

Aspidosperma Quebracho B. is from the dogbane tree and may work to calm respiration. This could be used to counteract the effects of too many stimulants. Ramulus Buxi S. is also known as Chinese Box Twig. We could find no ECA relevant information on this ingredient but we did find plenty of RoxyLean ECA references.

Hydrastis Canadensis or Goldenseal may reduce swelling and chronic constipation. This sounds like a laxative with a bit of pain killing effect. Could be the aspirin ingredient, but it would not be the best ingredient choice with the availability of white willow extract.

Scutellaria Biacalensis G. has melatonin-like effects on the body. Salicin is the derivative of white willow bark we were looking for, so the aspirin is taken care of in RoxyLean ECA.

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Advantages

  • Caffeine will boost metabolism.

Disadvantages

  • There is no Ephedra in the RoxyLean ECA fat burner.
  • There are quite a few stimulants that could cause side effects when combined.

Conclusion

RoxyLean ECA is not an ECA stack at all. There are stimulants, caffeine and aspirin but nothing more. Dieters will feel the effect, but since we could not find one of the ingredients, we would not recommend this supplement.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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5 User Reviews about RoxyLean ECA

  • 1
    Caterra

    I have took this one time before && i was okay but i have really bad anxiety . Im trying this again and i feel like throwing up? Should i go to the hospital or just wait it out?

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  • 2
    Brian M. Edwards

    I felt the effects of this immediately upon taking 1 pill. It felt like I was on some kind of super speed, causing me gross sweats, heart beating out of my chest, shakiness and jitters! Now if I can get the place where I bought it from to return my money! I would not recommend using this product. Bad stuff!

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  • 3
    Carrie

    I was trying out some samples to help with enegery and weight loss combined with excercise. I took one pill and within 20 minutes it shot up my blood pressure, i couldn’t breathe and was on fire. It was like nothing I ever experienced before. I ended up in the hospital. I am a perfectly healthy woman and do not suffer from high blood pressure. BE Careful if taking this…seems I’m not the only person this has happened to.

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  • 4
    Courtney

    I had begun taking this product 6 days before finding out I was pregnant. I figured the missed period had something to do with the pill so I stopped taking the Roxylean after only 6 days of using it. I ended up having a ectopic pregnancy, requiring a full surgery to have this removed. My doctor said it was fully caused by my use of this product – you can not even imagine the guilt and pain I feel from this. I do not blame the product, I blame myself for not being more educated on the product. Before using this product KNOW what you’re getting into and know that IF you are pregnant, possibly pregnant, or trying to become pregnant DO NOT use this. Take every precaution. I did not have or experience any other side effects.

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  • 5
    Dominique

    Will the caffeine in this procuct affect someone sensitive to caffeine products?

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