Abidexin

Abidexin Review
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Abidexin is a non-prescription weight loss pill that is manufactured by NutriPharm, LLC. It claims to offer a number of benefits, including clinically tested ingredients, the support to lose weight and lower waist circumference, free shipping within the United States and a 90-day money-back guarantee.

When this Abidexin review was created, a single bottle (30-day supply) could reportedly be purchased from the sales webpage for $36.65, and, if you ordered two or more bottles, you also would be provided with a 3-Day Slimming Pill for free. However, on another part of the site, it says that 1 bottle costs $49.95, which is $10 more compared to the other listed price. This is conflicting information and confusing to say the least.

The Abidexin Formula Consists of Two Blends

The ingredients in Abidexin are split up into two different blends:

Abidexin Proprietary Blend

  • Garcinia Cambogia
  • Green Tea
  • GreenSelect Phytosome Green Tea
  • Purple Tea with GHG

Energy Blend

  • Natural Caffeine
  • Theobromine
  • Higenamine

There are ingredients in this product that have been shown in studies to help to boost mental alertness, energy and metabolism, such as caffeine. As such, this could mean that combining Abidexin with diet and exercise may be beneficial for helping you to get the most out of burning fat.

That said, since this weight management aid has never been officially tested itself, there is no knowing if the clinically studied ingredients within its formula have been used in the appropriate quantities and combinations to provide any benefit at all.

May Cause Jitters or Other Unpleasant Side Effects

Although having caffeine and other stimulants in a diet pill can be beneficial for some individuals seeking weight loss, having too much of these substances can have the opposite effect and may end up causing more harm than good.

In the case of Abidexin, it isn’t known if unpleasant caffeine side effects like jitters, shakes, insomnia etc. will occur. That said, there is more than one instance of caffeine in this formula (e.g. two types of green team) and the energy blend is 275 mg per 1 capsule serving.

Since caffeine is the top listed ingredient in this blend, it can only be assumed that much of 275 mg per serving is caffeine. This, on top of the fact that no dosage instructions were provided, so there is no telling how many capsules are a recommended daily dose, indicates that unpleasant side effects are possible, especially for individuals who are sensitive to stimulants, who ingest other stimulant beverages and foods while taking Abidexin, and those who might take this product too late in the day or too close to bed time.

The best course of action, prior to taking Abidexin, is to consult with your healthcare provider.

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