Dexamine

Dexamine reviewDexamine is an over the counter weight loss supplement that claims to have ingredients that have been scientifically proven. It is advertised very heavily over a number of different websites and has managed to accumulate a long list of user feedback. The product is made by a company called Giant Sports Products

The official webpage for this product on the manufacturer’s website does not provide a very large amount of information about how it works. Most of the content of the page is dedicated to marketing and talking about the benefits that a dieter could enjoy, without actually explaining how the use of this product could actually achieve those outcomes. That said, there is a nutrition page for Dexamine that is linked to a fact sheet about the product that does go so far as to list the ingredients that are included in the supplement as well as the allergen warnings.

Though this is a limited amount of information, at least it provides consumers with a jumping off point for researching these diet pills. At the time of the writing of this review, the ingredients that were listed on the fact page for Dexamine included a 455 mg proprietary blend of: Erythropalum, scandens (fruit) ethanolic extract, Caffeine, Hordenine, Gelidium crinale (whole plant) ethanolic extract, Gojileanâ„¢ (Lycium barbarum) (whole fruit) aqueous extract standardized for 40% polysaccharide content, Heilong Chinese Black Tea (Camelia sinensis) (leaf) ethanolic extract standardized for 50% methylxanthine content,Green Tea (Camelia sinensis)(leaf) aqueous extract standardized for 60% catechin content, Advantra-Z (Citrus aurantium) (unripe fruit) ethanolic/aqueous extract standardized for 50% synephrine content.

It becomes rapidly clear that this product is based primarily on stimulants. It contains several different types of stimulant. Unfortunately, that includes a combination against which the FDA has previously released a consumer warning. While it has already stated that it is not necessarily safe for synephrine to be used in weight loss products (synephrine is contained in the Avantra-Z citrus aurantium-based ingredient), it has also pointed out that when synephrine is combined with caffeine, it can increase the risk of the user for experiencing certain potentially dangerous side effects such as stroke and heart attack, among others.

While it can certainly be said that Dexamine contains a powerful thermogenic which could potentially help the dieter to burn fat more quickly than they would on their own, it is highly recommended that a doctor be consulted before starting the use of this product as it is not safe for all users.