Anopril-XR is “a non generic weight loss product that easy to buy online. and available without a prescription.” (That was their typo, not mine.) Unfortunately the website is riddled with little typos of the same nature. My presumption is that they are either illiterate or are from a non english speaking country. Either way, it’s unprofessional and doesn’t instill in me any confidence about their product or company.
They claim that their “powerful formula, can help control your hunger cravings with an appetite suppressant that far surpasses others.” In reality, at first glance, Anopril-XR appears to be like your typical diet pill, but we’ll take a better to look to see if it’s all it claims to be.
5-HTP – Despite Anopril’s claims that it is an appetite suppressant, it really is known to be a mood enhancer. Many diet pill include 5-HTP in the hopes that it will lift your mood, making you “feel better.” It may counteract some effects of stimulants, but it will not directly cause you to lose weight.
Trimethylxanthine – This is essentially caffeine. Caffeine is a proven stimulant that is widely accepted as a quality diet pill ingredient as it increases your metabolic rate and aids in workouts.
Synephrine – Another strong stimulant, synephrine has been shown to aid in weight loss as well. While some claim it to be “ephedra’s cousin,” there is no evidence that it is anything close to ephedra.
Theobromine – Another mood enhancer (found in chocolate), theobromine has not been shown to aid in weight loss.
L-Phenylalanine – Has been shown to be an effective appetite suppressant.
It appears that Anorpil is banking on stimulants and an appetite suppressant to cause the weight loss that they claim. Not a bad idea. The two stimulants are good (if you are able to handle the stimulants) and the appetite suppressant has decent research backing it up. But here’s the catch: they don’t disclose how much of each ingredient is actually included the pill. Call it a hunch or maybe just an overall feeling that I get when reading their marketing, but if I had to choose whether they were skimping on the ingredients or including them in the right amounts just to be nice, my guess is that they’re skimping. Although I probably feel that way because that’s what 95% of the companies with a proprietary blend are usually doing.
Bottom line: Anopril-XR has a couple of good ingredients but hides them in proprietary blends that don’t allow us to be sure that the pill will be effective.
As already mentioned, their website has some sloppy sales copy. In their ‘contact us’ section they say that they are based out of “sunny Florida” which makes me a bit suspicious as their poor english makes it appear like they’re from out of the country. Aside from that, it’s a little hypey, but nothing absurd.
They mention an autoship program very briefly in the FAQ. It’s the only place that I saw it mentioned. It didn’t explain if you had to choose to participate or if they automatically enrolled you in it. My guess is that you’re automatically enrolled. They said they added the autoshipment because of the “request of our many customers.” I don’t buy that for a second.
$38.95 for one bottle which is a one month supply.
They have a guarantee that is spelled out quite poorly on site. This is what I gathered. You are only refunded for unopened bottles and they charge a $12 fee to “cover processing and credit card fees.” They don’t mention a time limit. There are quite a few other stipulations as well, so make sure you read it very carefully (which is somewhat of a chore considering there’s typos all over in it).
Anopril-XR’s diet pill itself contains some decent ingredients. They do, however, hide the amounts of those ingredients in a proprietary blend. Their marketing seems a bit shady and poorly put together. To be frank, I don’t think I would feel comfortable buying from thic company even if I thought the product was worth it. Thumbs down for Anopril-XR. You can find much more straight forward companies selling much better products.