The ingredients in Apidexin PM include: Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Chromium, Chromax, GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid), Irvingia Gabonenesis, Magnolia Bark Extract, Phellodendron Amurense Bark Extract, Melatonin, and LactoSpore (Lactobacillus Sporogenes).
Each of these ingredients has either been used because of its benefit for weight loss or to help support a restful sleep.
Chromax is said to reduce hunger and reduce the amount of food and calories a person ingests.
Irvingia Gabonensis is believed to burn fat, suppress hunger, and has the potential to lower cholesterol. It is said to work by manipulating a hormone called leptin, which is secreted by fat cells. In so doing, it can help to regulate appetite and metabolism.
Vitamin B6 is believed to assist with serotonin production, which can help to improve mood. It can also calm nausea and bloating and help the body feel more comfortable and be better able to relax and prepare for a good night of rest
Melatonin is considered to be a vital hormone for good sleep. It controls the body’s circadian rhythm. In other words, it helps the body know when it is the best time to sleep and the best time to wake.
While studies were referenced on the official product page to back up claims that were made about the ingredients, it should be noted that there isn’t enough clinical evidence to prove that any of these ingredients will help a person lose fat.
Due to the fact that there is no caffeine or other stimulants in Apidexin PM, the risk of side effects associated with this substances is non-existent. Very few negative side effects have been reported, with the most unpleasant being minor stomach ache and potential flatulence.
At the time this review was written, a single bottle (a one month supply) of Apidexin PM cost $29.95 and came with a 90 day money-back guarantee. Nevertheless, if this weight loss product is of interest to you, it is prudent that you first consult with your doctor before taking it to make certain it is the right choice for you.