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The ColonAid700 website is a very basic one page of information that focuses mainly on the ordering process and the free trial offer.
The manufacturers do supply some information about how their product may help prevent certain types of colon disease, which is on the rise in North America. The product is also designed to cleanse the intestinal tract of up to ‘8-10’ undigested meals, increase elimination and ultimately help the user lose weight.
ColonAid700 uses some media reports on its site that further discuss the dangers of a diseased colon including a video clip from CBS News and an article from MSNBC. Although it is implied, these companies do not actually mention or endorse ColonAid700.
Only three short customer testimonials are shown on the site and there is no FAQ section. Unfortunately there are no independent reviews of the product to be found elsewhere on the internet although there are several complaints on consumer websites for both ColonAid700 and the identical ColonMed700 which appears to be made by the same company.
Details Of ColonAid700
The company does a very bad job of providing details about their product and supplies no ingredients or dosage instructions.
After some research however, a full ingredient list can be found on a health-related website but because the formula is a proprietary blend the actual amounts are not known. What is known though is that ColonAid700 uses Psyllium Husk and Cascara Sagrada to aid elimination, licorice, ginger and fennel to help digestion, goldenseal to boost the immune system and buckthorn to purify the blood.
- The site shows a CBS News video clip
- The product contains no color or preservatives
- A cleansed colon may help prevent disease and certain cancers
- A 15-day free trial is offered
- Consumers may lose weight through elimination of excess waste
- The ingredients in ColonAid700 are all natural
- An independent site lists ColonAid700’s ingredients
- Some customer testimonials are provided
- The official ColonAid700 site does not list ingredients
- 15 days is not enough time to fairly judge the product
- The media reports mentioned on the site are not endorsing ColonAid700
- ColonAid700 is the same product as ColonMed700
- The ColonAid700 company has complaints filed against it
- ColonAid700 is expensive, costing $88.97 per month
- There is no warning regarding the continued use of the laxative Cascara Sagrada
- No clinical trials have been performed on the product
- No FAQ section is provided
ColonAid700 – The Bottom Line
Apart from the fact that there are several complaints on independent sites regarding this product, there is simply not enough details provided to be able to recommend it. It is always a bad sign whenever a company sells an identical product under different names, provides very little or no information regarding the ingredients and automatically enrols the consumer into the monthly shipping program.