Thermadrol is marketed as an extreme weight loss supplementthat seems to be popular with body builders as well as dieters.
The product promises to burn up to 600% more fat and carbohydrates than other products, will deliver ‘massive’ amounts of energy and even add sex appeal. The company website is very colorful and eye-catching and fairly easy to navigate. It contains news headlines from the BBC, 60 minutes and Today that all refer to the discovery and popularity of the appetite suppressant Hoodia Gordonii.
Thermadrol does contain an amount of Hoodia, but the actual product is certainly not endorsed or even mentioned in the news reports. There are a lot of facts and information about Thermadrol on the website, including a good FAQ section and testimonials.
Most of the testimonials, however, are very short, non-informative and not accompanied by photos. Better testimonials can be found on independent websites (mainly body building related sites) and on diet pill review sites.
Generally Thermadrol seems to receive good reviews and is rated in the top ten on a number of diet pill lists. One complaint that did get made regularly though was that Thermadrol caused some unpleasant side effects such as nausea and the ‘jitters’. The company do actually acknowledge this and address it in their FAQ section, so it shouldn’t really come as a surprise to anyone taking the product.
What is Thermadrol?
Thermadrol is a blend of 21 different herbs, minerals, and vitamins which, as the company states, will provide an ‘accumulative synergistic effect’, causing the body to burn fat at an optimum level while increasing energy. There are no dangerous ingredients such as Ephedra in Thermadrol.
Instead, the company uses citrus Aurantium (here listed under the name brand ‘Advantra Z’), green tea, a powerful anti-oxidant, chromium, used to regulate blood sugar levels and a substance called 5-HTP, known for its anti-depressant properties. Thermadrol also contains a mix of beneficial B vitamins and a number of natural herbs such as fennel and licorice.
All the listed ingredients are given good explanations on the website along with the amounts of each contained in the pills. The makers advise that the consumer take 2-3 capsules on day one of their regimes, then 3-6 per day thereafter. It is recommended that they are taken approximately 45 minutes before a meal and no later than 4 pm (likely due to the stimulant effect of the product).
What are the Pros of Thermadrol?
- It may suppress your appetite.
- It may provide massive energy.
- Thermadrol is very popular as a supplement among body builders.
- It does not contain Ephedra.
- The product contains the popular appetite suppressant Hoodia Gordonii.
- The dosage is not complicated.
What are the Cons of Thermadrol?
- Thermadrol can cause unpleasant side effects.
- It is only available online and the price seems to fluctuate depending on the retailer.
- Some of the claims made by the manufacturer seem exaggerated.
- Some consumers report difficulty obtaining a refund from the company.
Thermadrol Review – The Bottom Line
If considering buying Thermadrol it would definitely be worth either ordering directly from the company or shopping around for the best price.
The company lists the pills at $29.97 for a bottle of 120, but on another site, it was listed at $45.97. There also seems to be other, more powerful versions of Thermadrol, such as Thermadrol X, so care should be taken to order the correct product. With so many beneficial ingredients Thermadrol will certainly have an effect on the body although probably not the exaggerated (and somewhat dangerous) results claimed on the website.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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