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There has been a lot of interest recently in colon cleansing products which claim to not only clear built-up waste from the intestine, but can also ‘flush’ excess pounds away. ColonMed700 is a product that does just this and, although it has an official website that features colon cancer statistics etc, there is actually very little about the product itself.
The site is basically a single page of information, outlining briefly the benefits of colon cleansing and providing the consumer with a video clip from a CBS news program, where a medical professional talks about the same subject.
Unfortunately, despite the use of the clip and the additional quotes from other media sources, ColonMed700 is not endorsed or recommended by name, although it is obvious the company would like the consumer to think otherwise.
Also lacking on the site are any FAQ’s or good customer testimonials. In fact only three testimonials are shown, of which only one mentions ColonMed700 by name.
Details Of ColonMed700
ColonMed700 claims to use guaranteed pure ingredients and no artificial substances or preservatives. As to the actual ingredients in the formula, no details are given, obviously a concern when it is a product intended for consumption.
There is information available elsewhere on the internet which lists the ingredients in the product. Being a proprietary blend however, none of the actual amounts are known, giving no clue as to just how effective it would be.
It appears that ColonMed700 uses many of the same ingredients found in other colon cleansers, including psyllium husk, cascara sagrada, rhubarb powder, fennel, buckthorn, goldenseal and ginger. Working together, this combination promotes efficient elimination and purification, whilst providing digestive aids and anti-bloating substances.
No length of time is given regarding the cleansing period, or how often it should be performed. Nor are there any dosage instructions or schedules.
- The ColonMed700 shows important statistics on colon cancer and its prevention
- ColonMed700 contains natural ingredients and no preservatives
- There are some good independent reviews for ColonMed700 and no complaints appear to have been filed against the company
- ColonMed700 has a 15-day money back guarantee
- A free trial bottle is offered
- The free trial offer includes a colon health care kit and guide
- The consumer has to search elsewhere for ingredient information
- No clinical trials are shown
- There is no warning about the long term use of cascara sagrada
- There is no FAQ section featured on the site
- The testimonials are very short and not detailed
- The product is more expensive than many on the market
- The exact amounts of the ingredients are not known
- The customer is enrolled for auto-shipping when they order the free trail
ColonMed700 – The Bottom Line
There is no doubt that colon cancer has become a huge health concern in North America and keeping the colon clean is certainly a step towards prevention. However, there is no real proof that this type of cleansing has any positive effects on weight loss, particularly if not combined with exercise and sensible eating.
ColonMed700 contains no ingredients to make it unique or particularly better than others on the market and actually discloses less about itself than some colon cleansing products. It is for this reason and the fact that it is an expensive treatment, costing $88.97 per month, that ColonMed700 would not be a top choice for cleansing and detoxification.