What is Zalestrim?
Zalestrim is marketed towards women, more specifically, middle aged women. The reason for this is that it promises to benefit three areas that cause concern to many women of this age i.e. weight, breasts and sexual desire.
The company website is basically just a one-page advertisement hyping the product. Although the manufacturers of Zalestrim are not named, the reader is given a somewhat lengthy explanation as to how Zalestrim came into being.
It seems that women were happy with the three separate products made to target these three areas (weight, bust and libido) but didn’t like having to take up to 12 pills a day and found that buying three products was expensive.
Therefore, Zalestrim was created to deliver all three benefits in the convenience of one capsule. The website offers a long list of partial testimonials but shows no photo evidence.
Some of the language used in the website is quite exaggerated, stating amongst other things that Zalestrim will specifically target women’s ‘trouble spots’, will ‘turbo charge’ their sex drive and firm, enlarge and ‘perk up’ breasts. They even go so far as calling their product the female Viagra.
Zalestrim Ingredients and Why it Matters?
Zalestrim does contain ingredients that overall will be beneficial to most women, particularly in terms of reducing stress, relieving menopausal symptoms and providing anti-oxidants.
None of the ingredients listed should cause any concern except for the Black Cohosh, which has been shown to increase the risk of miscarriages.
However, as with most similar dietary products, Zalestrim should never be taken by pregnant or even nursing women. There is no such warning on the Zalestrim website, although it’s possible it is included on the product label.
The most beneficial ingredients in Zalestrim are the green tea extract, a powerful anti-oxidant, the Damiana leaf, a North American plant long believed to act as an aphrodisiac in some parts of the world, the soy isoflavones, to benefit menstrual and menopausal symptoms and the wild yam root.
It is the wild yam root that is probably the most controversial as this is the ingredient thought to enhance the breasts, although it has never been scientifically proved.
Unfortunately the exact amounts contained in each capsule are not known, but again, it’s possible this is shown on the actual label. In terms of dosage, it is recommended that 2-3 pills are taken twice a day, 30 minutes before breakfast and lunch.
It should be noted that the product does contain stimulants, which is why it should not be taken at night.
What are the Pros of Zalestrim?
- All the ingredients in Zalestrim are natural and would certainly be somewhat beneficial to most women.
- The company offers a 100% money back guarantee on all unopened bottles.
- The product is likely to help in terms of relieving menopausal symptoms.
- The product is mailed in discreet packaging.
What are the Cons of Zalestrim?
- It is highly unlikely that the pill can help in all the areas listed (weight loss, breast enhancement and increasing libido). It has an image of being ‘too good to be true’.
- The company uses a dubious sales technique by stating that for one week only, customers can buy Zalestrim for the discounted price of $50.00, a saving of $90.00. The product is obviously targeting all the most vulnerable areas for women.
- Nothing is known about the manufacturers.
- The product has received negative reviews on independent websites.
Zalestrim Review – The Bottom Line
Zalestrim would be a miracle pill if it really did all the things it claims to, and would certainly be the answer to a lot of plastic surgery procedures.
However, as with many similar ‘miracle’ products, it is not likely to be the answer women are looking for and they would probably be better off taking a more conventional women’s dietary supplement for overall health.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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