What is Ronaxil?
Hailed as the latest weight loss phenomenon from Norway, Ronaxil is designed to deliver effective fat-burning benefits using seven natural ingredients.
The Ronaxil website is a good, nicely designed and easy to use website that provides detailed explanations of the ingredients in the formula and lengthy success stories (which include authentic-looking before and after photos). Although there is a section for clinical studies, in actual fact this simply cites those that were performed on the two main Ronaxil ingredients, hoodia gordonii and green tea.
The Ronaxil website makes some fairly exaggerated weight loss claims, which are also quite confusing. For instance, the manufacturers state that Ronaxil will result in a loss of 18lbs in 2 weeks, then elsewhere it puts the amount at 21lbs in 7 days and further on, 30lbs in one month! Apart from the fact that none of these amounts are medically recommended, it also takes away from the product’s credibility greatly.
Another negative aspect of the site is that the company makes mention of the fact that Ronaxil was featured on the Oprah show and in US magazine, but fail to actually provide any details.
Ronaxil Ingredients and Why it Matters?
Ronaxil is manufactured using a patent-pending process and, as mentioned, contains seven natural weight loss ingredients.
In addition to Hoodia gordonii, the proven appetite suppressant (for which the manufacturers show a certificate of authenticity) and green tea, the potent anti-oxidant and metabolism booster, Ronaxil contains gynostemma pentaphyllum, which fights fat molecules in the body, Salvia miltiorrhiza, an energizing anti-oxidant, wolfberry to boost immunity, peony root, a calming and skin purifying ingredient and taurine, an amino acid that as well as boosting energy levels also releases ‘muscle fatigue’.
Although the site provides excellent information for all the above, the amounts are not shown, making it impossible to know exactly how strong the actual formula is.
The dosage instructions for taking Ronaxil are shown on the site and involve taking 2 capsules for the first 3 days, one capsule on the fourth day, none on days 5 and 6 then repeating the schedule on the seventh day. It is not explained why the product must be taken this way or how long the consumer needs to follow the plan.
What are the Pros of Ronaxil?
- Discounts are available for larger orders of Ronaxil.
- The product contains anti-oxidants and appetite suppressants.
- The website features testimonials with accompanying photos.
- The product comes with a satisfaction guarantee.
What are the Cons of Ronaxil?
- The company does not mention the need for a healthy diet or exercise.
- The amounts of weight loss expectations are confusing.
Ronaxil Review – The Bottom Line
Strangely enough, Ronaxil is identical to another weight loss pill, the Swiss formulation CreVax, which doesn’t receive generally favorable reviews either.
Although Ronaxil is offered at discount prices for larger orders, it is expensive at a cost of $64.95 for a 50 day supply. It would be nice to know exactly what the benefits are of having to take the pill in such a convoluted way and how much ingredients are actually in each capsule. With so many better-known hoodia and green tea products available, there are too many unknown factors with Ronaxil to be able to recommend it.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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