Solaray Colon Cleanse Review
What You Should Know
Solaray Colon Cleanse is sold by the Solaray supplement company. The official website does not offer a complete list of ingredients for the supplement or any information the consumer could use to decide whether or not to choose Solaray Colon Cleanse. Third party websites list the product as Solaray Total Cleanse and do offer quite a bit of information.
Solaray Colon Cleanse sells for $13.59 per bottle. This price is lower than competitors. A lower price could mean the product does not include the necessary ingredients to cleanse the colon or that no one is purchasing the Solaray Colon Cleanse and thus the price is reduced.
List of Ingredients
Protein, Aloe Vera Inner Leaf, Cleavers, Goldenseal, Slippery Elm, Psyllium Husk, Burdock Root, Sasparilla Root, Yellow Dock Root, Milk Thistle Seed Extract, Ginger Root, Dandelion Root and Echinacea Root Extract.
Solaray Colon Cleanse contains the same ingredients as nearly every other colon cleansing product on the market. It does, however, have a smaller price tag which could prove helpful to the consumer. Aloe Vera and Psyllium Husk work together to loosen waste and create a laxative effect. Burdock Root and Dandelion are diuretics that pull water from the body. When combined, the effect can be dehydration, diarrhea and potassium deficiency. This will not help a dieter to lose more weight.
Many of the remaining ingredients are included to work within the intestinal system to decrease gas, bloating and stomach upset. This is another common choice by colon cleansing manufacturers. Natural laxatives can cause painful bloating.
While colon cleansing has a place in the alternative therapy world, that place is not as a weight loss supplement. Occasional constipation happens and Solaray Colon Cleanse contains the ingredients to solve that problem. Any weight lost while taking the product will be regained over time after cleansing.
- An ingredient list was found online.
- Some of the ingredients could cause temporary weight loss.
- The product is priced lower than other colon cleansers.
- No information on the product was listed on the official website.
- Solaray Colon Cleanse is not a proven weight loss supplement.
- Weight lost will be regained.
- Dehydration could occur from taking Solaray Colon Cleanse.
Solaray Colon Cleanse is a product designed to increase bowel movements and flush out the intestinal system. Because there are no detox ingredients in the formula, it can only be assumed that the product is only a laxative. Laxatives are for use when dieters or consumers have occasional constipation, not to increase weight loss. The potential side effects from using a colon cleanser on a regular basis outweigh any weight loss benefits the dieter may achieve while taking Solaray Colon Cleanse.