Syntrax Spyce Review
What You Should Know
Syntrax Spyce is a weight loss, fat burning, appetite suppressing supplement that contains no stimulants, according to the product description. Syntrax is known for marketing products with incorrect statements. The ingredient list does not lie so let us take a look at what Syntrax Spyce has to offer in this 100% all-natural supplement.
List of Ingredients
Spyce Proprietary Formula: Caralluma Cactus Extract, Black Tea Extract, Commiphora Mukul Resin Extract, Evodia Rutaecarpa Fruit Extract, Jojoba Seed Extract, Griffonia Simplicifolia Seed Extract.
We can tell the dieter from the first glance at the ingredient list that there is at least one stimulant in Syntrax Spyce, but we will get to that ingredient.
Caralluma Cactus Extract may sound a lot like Hoodia Cactus Extract. Both are supposed to suppress appetite so the dieter feels like eating less food. There are no clinical studies, other than those listed on fat burning supplement websites with no trusted author, to support the appetite suppressing claims.
The next ingredient is Black Tea. The ingredient list does not state the Black Tea is decaffeinated, so we can assume there is caffeine in the supplement. Now this is a proprietary blend so we have no idea how much caffeine is included but caffeine is a stimulant. A proven stimulant with weight loss benefits, but a stimulant none-the-less.
Commiphora Mukul Resin Extract may have some effect as a cholesterol lowering ingredient, but it will not increase weight loss. Ayurveda medical literature does list the ingredient as a natural treatment for obesity, but that is not listed in any western literature.
Evodia Rutaecarpa Fruit Extract is a natural pain reliever. There could also be anti-inflammatory effects that benefit digestive disorders and diarrhea.
Jojoba Seed Extract is a natural oil that may help treat certain skin conditions like dry skin and dandruff. We could find no reasons to take the ingredient internally.
Griffonia Simplicifolia Seed Extract is linked to serotonin which is why it may be an effective natural treatment for depression. Prescription medications for depression are also used for weight loss, so this is not a far-fetched ingredient though it does create a problem for dieters who are already on an anti-depressant. No mood altering ingredients should be consumed in conjunction with mood altering supplements.
Syntrax Spyce sells for $49.95 on the official Syntrax website.
- The caffeine in black tea may boost fat burn and metabolism.
- The label says no stimulants are used in the product, but caffeine is a stimulant.
- Most of the ingredients are used for treating things other than obesity.
- It is not likely a dieter will lose weight on this supplement.
Syntrax writers may be creative, but the ingredient list will tell the truth every time. Black tea is a source of caffeine and caffeine is a stimulant – which happens to be the best ingredient in the supplement for weight loss.