May 21, 2013
Slimax uses a “botanical” blend of Coix seed, Bamboo shoots, Tarragon leaf, Plantago Depressa seed, and Lotus leaf. On the plus side, all of these ingredients are completely natural and botanical. But so were steroids. Yes, in case you haven’t heard, anabolic steroids are considered to be “natural.”
Slimax won’t cause anything close to the problems with anabolic steroids, which is comforting. But it can still cause side effects, because it has a laxative. Laxatives help you to be more regular, at least at first. But over time, a laxative can end up damaging the bowels, making the bowels considerably weaker.
Unfortunately, even with these side effects, Slimax will not help you to lose weight. Laxatives don’t actually promote weight loss just as diuretics can’t. You pee out water weight, not fat. And you can just as easily gain that water weight back.
Slimax does not have a single fat burner. The reason why Slimax supposedly “suppresses appetite over time” is because maybe you won’t notice when it doesn’t happen if you are expecting it to take a little longer anyway.
Overall Impression of Slimax
Slimax is just like a surprising number of products I’ve seen lately. I’ve seen a lot of products popping up with claims about natural botanical ingredients and traditional Chinese medicine. But ironically, these products do not use the Chinese ingredients that have been clinically proven like green tea for example.
Slimax works to dumb down your expectations, hoping that you won’t notice, at least for a while, that Slimax is not actually doing anything. And maybe, just maybe, you’ll overlook the diarrhea and other side effects, because technically, you’re not jittery, you probably won’t experience extra problems with insomnia, or other caffeine side effects. But obviously, these are all things that you should pay attention to.