Avesil with thermogenic methodology- Warning before you try
After much experimenting and going through stern market researches, makers of Avesil have come with the product that is equipped with thermogenic weight control ingredients. Adding to this, producers of Avesil say that the product has overcome the challenge by reducing the drawback which other weight loss products face; they draw water off of the body muscles, thus leading to new health problems. Makers of Avesil say this is normal issue shall no more bother their customers. This gives me the confidence to order them.
How do thermogenic weight control work?
Thermogenic is a broad term for any supplement that the manufacturer says it will help in burning body fats by affecting on body temperature and increased metabolic rate. Earlier years saw that almost every product found in weight loss supplement category comprised the “ECA stack”: ephedrine, caffeine and aspirin.
Avesil runs a deceptive marketing tactic called free trial offer similar to Colon Cleanse which we have already reviewed.
In the recent past, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the sale of ephedra and its alkaloid, ephedrine, which were widely used in weight loss supplements. This ban forced many manufacturers to replace the ephedra component of the “ECA” stack with bitter orange or citrus aurantium (containing synephrine). And now most fat burning products, particularly the fast selling ones go with these ingredients.
Similarly, the makers of Avesil have followed the same methodology. This seems to be correct as I looked into the Avesil’s primary ingredients and it showed “adaptogen Sensoril” which is scientifically validated and globally accepted. Also this will help in reducing fatigue that arises from regular body exercise.
What do consumers say?
Well, most of those who started using Avsil say they are not feeling hungry, or at least in the way they use to feel before starting to take Avesil. Prescription for three months is mandatory; but may not work same for all at one given time. I strongly feel that some may have to continue for few more months at least.
Now it is not clear how Avesil works on women who have menopause related problems. Again these are interdependent and one should better to consult their doctor on developing uneasiness, anytime after starting the pill. Also the pregnant and nursing women are advised to consult with their health care professional before taking Avesil.
Free Trial, Deceptive Billing & Scam Warning!
You cannot purchase Avosil from its official website. The only option available to you is taking their 14 day free trial and joining forced subscription. With this option you’ll be charged $90 every month.
The 14 day Free Trial of Avesil is not free. They collect you credit card information when you pay shipping charges for the free trial; on the 14th day they charge $90 on your credit card. Company says you can cancel it within 14 days. However, the unused portion of pills must reach back to them within 14 days of placing order. You get hardly 3-5 days to use the product and to cancel order! You may not be able to contact them or might not get proper reply.
The Scam continues in new avatar: Avesil’s successor is called Leptigen. Letigen’s successor is called Dietspotlight Burn Ts-
This is how they rob your money (Users say so in online forums) Although Avesil looks like a decent diet pill, I would stay away from it mainly because of their deceptive marketing and forced billing.