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In brief, What is Puristat?
Made by Abbott Industries, Puristat colon cleansing product has a very good reputation, getting rave reviews on many independent websites. The actual company website, however, is extremely hard to navigate with many of the links leading to the same information. It does contain a lot of useful knowledge though about all facets of digestive health.
There is a very lengthy ‘common questions’ section, a separate section about the company’s medical contributors plus links to other digestive articles. The consumer can also sign up for an e-mailed newsletter, providing them with the latest news and products available. As for the Puristat colon Cleanse, again, the information can be confusing. The company manufactures a lot of cleansing and detox products all of which can be purchased alone or, more economically, in bundles.
Details Of Puristat
The colon cleanse is a three part product containing the cleanse, a restorer and an advanced digestive support multi-vitamin. It is recommended that the support is used to strengthen the system before embarking on the cleanse. The cleanse comes in tablet form with 6 tablets to be taken daily. These contain the usual cleansing and detox substances such as cascara sagrada (for which there is no accompanying warning as in similar products), rhubarb root, fennel and cayenne. The restore capsule is made up of mainly probiotics like acidophilus, plus echinacea, dandelion, parsley and aloe, all of which are soothing and cleansing for the intestinal tract. Three of these are taken daily. The multi vitamin is the most confusing part of the system.
It comes in three forms; the first pack, taken in the morning, is a set of 3 tablets and 1 soft-gel cap whereas the P.M. dose is 2 tablets, 1 capsule and 1 soft-gels. It would have been a good idea to have an explanation of why it came in three forms, but none was apparent on the site. However, with the site being so confusing, the information may well have been included elsewhere. The multi vitamin is just that – a combination of minerals and vitamins essential to daily health. The list is lengthy, containing vitamins A, C, D and E plus zinc, copper, folic acid and calcium. Following the product labels, each ingredient is given a very detailed description.
It is recommended that the support multi vitamin is taken for about one to two weeks before the actual program is started.
The user is given three options for taking the cleanse. The website recommends the 7-day program for users with good health and daily bowel movements, the 14-day program for those who have generally good health but suffer constipation, mild IBS or bloating etc. and then the 21-day program for people who suffer from severe symptoms of poor digestive health e.g. One bowel movement every few days.
What’s Good in Puristat?
- The product website is very informative.
- The ingredients are well explained.
- The company has a good return policy (45- day money back guarantee, will accept empty bottles).
- There are links to research supporting the product claims.
- The product is well reviewed by independent consumers.
What’s Bad in Puristat?
- The product consists of many different types of tablets and is confusing to take.
- There are no warnings about the harsh ingredients contained in the cleanse.
- The product is at the higher end of the price range, costing $64.95 for the 7-day program, $89.95 for the 14-day, and $114.95 for the 21-day program.
In Summary – Puristat Review
Puristat is definitely a good product as it is rated highly amongst users and independent sites. The cost of Puristat will be off-putting to many, especially if the 21-day program is required. Also, the multi-vitamin included in the package is really no different to those that can be bought at a much cheaper price at any drug store. The website is certainly worth a look, if only to learn more about colon health and related issues.