Morslim Z Slimming Capsules Review
Morslim Z Slimming Capsules are a kind of diet pill based on Ayurvedic medicine, which is a traditional medicine out of India. We are always a little bit wary of traditional medicine, but not because it comes from the third world. It’s not a matter of Eastern vs. Western Medicine either, it’s a matter of science vs. superstition. There are so many diet pills out there that are based on pure superstitious BS with no proven benefits, so we had to take a pretty close look Morslim Z. We weren’t all that pleased with what we found…
Morslim Z Slimming Capsules Ingredients
- Shuddha Guggulu – 80 mg – extract of the guggul plant (commiphora mukul)
- Triphala – 80 mg – a combination of emblica officinalis, terminalia bellirica, and terminalia chebula.
- Vidang – 30 mg – “False” black pepper
- Pippali – 25 mg – Indian long pepper
- Krishna Marich – 25 mg – Pepper species
- Chitrakmool – 30 mg – Leadwort
- Nagarmotha – 50 mg – Red nut sedge
- Sunthi – 25 mg – Dry ginger
- Vasa – 30 mg – Malabar Nut
- Khadir – 30 mg – Acacia catechu
- Guduchi – 30 mg – Tinospora cordifolia
- Lauha Bhasma – 60 mg – a supplement form or iron
According to the company, the two primary ingredients are guggul and triphala. While there is some evidence to suggest that guggulsterones, a hormone found in guggul, may help reduce cholesterol, this has not been shown to cause significant weight loss. More importantly, they don’t even tell us if or how much guggulsterone is in this dose.
As for triphala, they cite it as being an effective laxative. Simply put, you can’t crap away fat and even if you could, it wouldn’t be health. The rest of the ingredients are cited for being digestive stimulants, which we can only assume will have a similar effect.
The main side effect you’ll have to watch out for with Morslim Z is diarrhea.
Morslim Z Slimming Capsules Marketing
The marketing for Morslim Z Slimming Capsules reminds me of listening to an old man ramble about random benefits, like a sketchy street dealer of herbal remedies. It claims to be a “completely natural healthy stimulant-free thermogenic formula. Completely natural with absolutely no side effects.” Generally we’ve seen that if you see the words “natural” and “healthy” redundantly used instead of actual information about scientific studies or clinical evidnce. With “absolutely no side effects” we are convinced their marketing is BS.
Morslim Z Slimming Capsules Price
You have to buy at least 2 bottles if you want to try Morslim Z, which will run you $49. You don’t have to pay for shipping, but if you return it they take $10 in shipping costs off the refund, which goes to show they are gauging you on the price as much as possible.
Morslim Z Slimming Capsules Guarantee
The company is so confident about their diet pill that they offer a “60 days unconditional money back guarantee.” While that sounds fabulous at first, their clarification is that “if you are not completely satisfied – for any reason – return the un-opened bottles to us within 60 days for a refund less shipping fees” ($15 for Express and $10 for Normal Post).
What this boils down to is NOT a satisfaction guarantee. They’re just telling you that if you decide you don’t want to try Morslim Z after you bought it, you can return it for SOME of your money back provided you haven’t actually opened the bottle or tried the diet pills. This is worthless.
Morslim Z Slimming Capsules Conclusion
Not only are we not impressed with the marketing, the price, and the (lack of) guarantee for Morslim Z Slimming Capsules, we are profoundly disappointed in the ingredients. There isn’t enough of any single effective ingredient in it to make Morslim Z an effective diet pill. Don’t waste your time here.