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Colon Med 700 Overview
Many people are interested in colon cleansing due to its purported effect on preventing colon cancer. Colon Med 700 is just one of many such products on the market and certainly appears to be one of the better ones available.
Unfortunately, the official website for Colon Med 700 is not overly informative, featuring a single page of basic information. It does include quotes from major network news programs that have discussed the rise of colon cancer and shows a video presentation of a CBS news clip regarding the same subject. The clip does not mention Colon Med 700 however, and the product is not endorsed by any of the media outlets, a fact which is mentioned in the company small print at the bottom of the web page.
Although the manufacturers do explain how Colon Med 700 works (illustrated by a picture showing a body full of ‘undigested’ meals), they fail to provide any FAQ section. Also, the customer testimonials are very poor – there are only three, two of which do not even mention the product.
Details Of Colon Med 700
It is unfortunate that the site contains absolutely no information about the ingredients in the Colon Med 700 formula, nor are there any dosage instructions. It is possible however to find a list of ingredients elsewhere on the internet, which show the capsules to be a proprietary blend of fiber, digestive aids and fillers. There are a number of natural substances included which are rhubarb powder, ginger, buckthorn, licorice, goldenseal and cascara sagrada. This last ingredient is usually accompanied by a warning that discourages long-term use, a fact that is not mentioned on the site.
Colon Med 700 Advantages
- The Colon Med 700 website features some useful information about colon cancer and prevention
- Colon Med 700 features the potent fibrous substance psyllium husk
- It is thought that colon cleansing contributes to successful weight loss
- The company offers a free trial bottle
- The free trial offer includes a colon health care kit
- The company has a 15-day money back guarantee
Colon Med 700 Disadvantages
- No ingredient list is available on the official website
- No dosage instructions are given
- There is no FAQ section featured on the site
- No warning is given regarding cascara sagrada
- The product is expensive at a cost of $88.97 for a one month supply
- It is not known how long the product should be used or how often
Colon Med 700 – The Bottom Line
Whether a product is good or not, it is very unlikely that any consumer would want to spend any money without knowing more about it. There is no reason as to why the company should not provide more details, particularly regarding the ingredients. With so much competition in the colon cleansing business, most potential customers would look elsewhere for a product that discloses more information.
In addition to this, the Colon Med 700 company uses some off-putting tactics, in particular, enrolling the customer for the auto-ship program when they order the free trial. Without the order being cancelled promptly, the consumer can often find themselves being sent, and billed for, a product they may not want.