October 1, 2016
Dicana uses diiothyroacetic acid, ginger, and coleus forskohlii. Their main ingredient, otherwise called the dicana proprietary blend, accounts for 2000mg, while they only use 166 micrograms of ginger and 33.33mg of coleus forskohilli. Coleus forskohlii alone requires about 1000mg or more. On the other hand, dicana is only used in the Dicana weight loss product, and while it is a thyroid metabolite, it has not been shown to have any connection to weight loss. There is very little information available: only one question asked on a weight loss forum(by a user who also noted that it is only seen in Dicana) and a supposed patent that has not yet been approved.
Overall Impression of Dicana:
Dicana will not cause jitters or other caffeine related side effects. It focuses on an ingredient that has not really been connected to weight loss while severely neglecting ingredients that would be valuable to a proven and effective product. Dicana will not promote weight loss, putting all their eggs in the wrong basket, and you would be mistaken to think that it would promote any weight loss.