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In brief, What is Cologenix?
Cologenix is a cleansing product which, according to the website can ‘give your colon a bath’. As with similar colon cleansing websites, Cologenix features quotes from certain news sources such as MSNBC, LA Times and WebMD, which cite the dangers of colon disease, and the fact that colon cancer is now the one of the highest causes of cancer death in the U.S.A.
Colon cleansing is designed to help prevent colon disease, also as a way of losing weight. Many colon cleansers, Cologenix included, are marketed as diet aids, which rid the body of excess pounds of built up waste. Cologenix actually claims to help the user ‘shed pounds in days’ although the website provides no clinical proof of this.
In addition to the weight loss, colon cleansing may also have the ability to treat bad breath, detoxify the system and help fight bloating and constipation.
There is not a lot of information on the Cologenix website, except for a very brief history of colon cleansing (which is actually a centuries-old practice) and a very short FAQ section.
Cologenix is offered for a 15 day free trial, although consumers should be aware that by ordering the free bottle, they will be enrolled into the company’s auto-shipping program. These types of programs can sometimes be hard to cancel, and the customer ends up being sent, and billed for, the product every month. It should be noted though that at the time of writing, there were no complaints filed against the Cologenix company in this respect, unlike some rival brands.
Details Of Cologenix
Unfortunately there are no ingredients listed for Cologenix. The only reference made to the ingredients is that the ingredients are natural, which means they likely consist of herbal digestive aids, fibers such as Psyllium Husk, oat and apple pectin, and a type of laxative like Cascara Sagrada.
The website states that there are no known side effects caused by Cologenix, but obviously not knowing the exact ingredients may pose a problem to anyone with food allergies or sensitivities.
What’s Good in Cologenix?
- Cologenix is offered for a 15-day trial
- The product may help to improve elimination
- Colon cleansing may help prevent colon disease
- There are no complaints filed against the Cologenix company by independent consumers
What’s Bad in Cologenix?
- No ingredient information is provided
- No clinical trials are shown to have been performed on Cologenix
- No instructions for usage are shown
In Summary – Cologenix Review
Like so many other colon cleansing products, the manufacturers of Cologenix expect the consumer to purchase their product despite knowing very little about it.
It is very unlikely for a colon cleanser to enable the user to lose a significant amount of weight ‘in days’, which is not medically advisable anyway. If any consumer would like to try a colon cleanser, it would be recommended that they look for a product that has good independent consumer reviews and is made by a company that is more forthcoming about the ingredients used.