Sog-3 Review

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What You Should Know

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SOG-3 is also known as Super Organic G-3. This colon cleanser is listed as for constipation relief and weight loss. According to the product description, the human body can hold on to up to 25 pounds of extra waste – thus the weight loss claims. While taking a laxative can cause short-term weight loss and relieve occasional constipation, laxatives should not be taken for more than two to three days. Prolonged use of laxatives can lead to reduced muscle strength in the intestines and further issues with constipation. Laxatives are also commonly abused by dieters with eating disorders.

List of Ingredients


  • Maitake Mushroom
  • Burdock Root
  • Milk Thistle
  • Astragalus Root
  • Hawthorn Berry
  • Pau D Arco
  • Ho Shou Wu
  • Red Dulse
  • Alpha-Lipoic Acid
  • Horsetail
  • Chlorella
  • Spirulina
  • Wild Rosehips
  • Echinacea
  • Japanese Green Tea
  • Siberian Ginseng Root
  • Licorice Root
  • Grape Seed Extract
  • Alfalfa
  • Barley Juice Powder
  • Wheat Grass
  • Spinach Leaf
  • Red Beet
  • Brown Rice Bran
  • Dandelion
  • Ginger Root
  • Octacosanol
  • CoQ10
  • Bifidobacterium
  • Bifidus
  • Lactobacillus Bulgaricus
  • FOS
  • Apple Fiber
  • Jerusalem Artichoke Powder
  • Soy Protein
  • Flaxseed
  • Shitake Mushroom
  • Bilberry Extract
  • Arcerola Berry Juice Powder
  • Maritime Pine Bark Extract
  • Soy Lecithin

Product Features

Many of the ingredients in SOG-3 have nothing to do with constipation or weight loss. This supplement, which comes in powder form, looks more like a greens or superfood supplement than a laxative, but there are ingredients in the mix that can combat constipation, but the biggest problem ingredient may not be the laxative or even the diuretics packed with those laxative. Licorice root could be the most dangerous ingredient of all.

Laxative ingredients found in SOG-3 include apple fiber and various healthy bacteria – nothing spectacular. Diuretic ingredients include burdock root, horsetail and dandelion. These are strong diuretics that will increase urination and loss of electrolytes.

Licorice root is both a laxative and diuretic. It is unsafe to take licorice root with other laxatives and diuretics as it could increase potassium loss and potentially increase side effects in patients taking diuretics to control blood pressure.

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  • We found a complete list of ingredients for SOG-3.
  • The formula could help resolve constipation.


  • The product is priced at $150 for two months.
  • It is unsafe to take a laxative or diuretic for two months.
  • Licorice root should not be paired with other diuretics or laxatives.


SOG-3 poses potentially life-threatening problems if taken for longer than a few days or if taken with prescription diuretics to combat high blood pressure. Never take a laxative for weight loss and never trust a supplement that claims the body holds on to 25 pounds of waste as a marketing point.

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