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In brief, What is MaxColon?
here is very little information to be found on the official site for MaxColon, although it is remarkably similar to many other colon cleansing sites.
The website is just one page of information that includes network news quotes mentioning the dangers of colon cancer. A CBS news video clip is available for viewing, although it does not mention Max Colon by name.
There is a very small disclaimer added at the end of the site stating that Max Colon was not endorsed by any one network or company, although it is obvious that the manufacturers are trying to give this impression (in fact they even go as far as heading the section MaxColon in the News’ which is blatantly not the case).
There are only three customer testimonials shown on the site and only one of these actually mentions Max Colon by name.
There is no FAQ section to answer prospective consumers’ queries and only a brief section explaining how many people have between 8-10 undigested meals still in their colon which is can cause constipation, bloating and possibly Irritable Bowel Syndrome. No independent reviews can be seen on the internet, although there do not appear to be any complaints against the company either.
Details Of MaxColon
No ingredient information is given on the Max Colon site, not a good sign when the product is expected to be ingested. It is highly likely that the product is a proprietary blend containing laxatives such as Cascara Sagrada and a bulking ingredient like Psyllium Husk. Max Colon is also supposed to control the appetite so it may contain the popular suppressant Hoodia Gordonii.
No instructions are provided to inform the user either how often to take the product or indeed, the length of time they need to use the treatment.
What’s Good in MaxColon?
- The Max Colon website features some useful information about colon cancer and prevention
- The product contains pure, natural ingredients
- MaxColon may help prevent IBS and internal parasites
What’s Bad in MaxColon?
- There are no ingredients listed
- No dosage instructions are given
- There is no FAQ section featured on the site
In Summary – MaxColon Review
It is worrying about the product that the company has chosen to provide so few details about it. It is always amazing that any manufacturer believes a sensible consumer would buy a product without knowing what it contains.
Although it is not clear on the website, the consumer would likely be enrolled for the auto-billing program upon ordering the free trial, which may be very hard to cancel promptly.
The best advice would be to opt for a product which at least reveals more essential details about itself.