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In brief, What is Colopure?
The first thing you notice when looking at the Colopure website are the quotes from MSM and NBC regarding colon disease. The information is nothing new to anyone who has done any reading on colonic health, and are obviously included on the site in order to catch the viewer’s eye and attract them to the Colopure product.
Colopure bills itself as the most powerful and effective product on the market and was declared ‘Best New Detox Product’ by ‘American Readers’ magazine. The company writes that an unhealthy colon is responsible for all kinds of complaints such as bad breath, chronic fatigue and constipation.
Use of Colopure will result in an overall cleansed system and even more radiant hair, skin and nails. Colopure is manufactured by Central Coast Nutraceuticals, but it is very hard to find much information regarding this company.
They do claim that the ingredients used in the products are ‘tride’ (sic) and tested in certified GMP licensed facilities and FDA approved. As with most colon cleansers, the health claims have not been FDA approved however.
Details Of Colopure
There is not a lot of available information regarding Colopure. The site offers a list of ingredients from the product label, but there is no individual explanation of each component.
- Psyllium Seed
- Fennel Seed
- Buckthorn Bark
- Cascara Sagrada Bark – T
- Rhubarb Root
- Licorice Root
- Ginger Root
It is strange that, contrary to the facts, they say the product contains no harsh stimulants, which is exactly what cascara sagrada bark is. The product is very straightforward in terms of the dosage – 1 to 3 capsules are to be taken in the evening. The company claims that most users experience weight loss within about three months of use.
What’s Good in Colopure?
- A free trial is being offered for those who are interested in testing out the ColoPure Colon Cleansing Supplement.
- The ingredients are all-natural and organic which are commonly found in most colon cleansers on the market.
- The product is very easy to take. A handful of customer testimonials are available on the website.
What’s Bad in Colopure?
- Many users of the colon cleansing nutritional product have reported that it took at least 3 months before they noticed the results of using it.
- With the colon cleanser making use of Licorice Root, it is absolutely a must that pregnant women should not take the supplements
- Colopure is intended primarily as a weight loss tool, not focusing on just obtaining a healthy colon.
- Mixed messages are given regarding the inclusion of cascara sagrada bark.
- Not a lot of information is available about the manufacturers, Central Coast Nutraceuticals.
In Summary – Colopure Review
Whether this product works or not, the whole ordering procedure for Colopure is extremely complicated and has resulted in some customers getting unexpected charges on their credit cards and feeling ‘ripped off’.
The main source of the trouble seems to come from the fact that the product is offered for a trial at a cost of $1.00, with a $38.95 charge added after 20 days.
On the FAQ part of the website, the whole charging and ordering system is explained at length, but it is still quite impossible to understand and it is likely that the average consumer would not want to spend the time deciphering it.
In addition to complaints regarding supposedly unauthorized credit card charges, some consumers have written that they were charged on an ongoing basis for products not ordered such as the Hoodia Gum and had an impossible time trying to cancel the order. With so many other products on the market similar to Colopure, the consumer might want to save themselves any hassle or misunderstanding when ordering and simply buy another brand.