Sera-Pharma cliniCAL Review
Sera-Pharma Labs is a company that doesn’t really provide much information about itself or its products. Just visit the company’s official website and you’ll know what we mean. Though there are a lot of fantastic claims about their product cliniCAL, is that enough to trust it? What is this product all about anyway?
Sera-Pharma cliniCAL Ingredients
For a product that is claimed to work in very specific and complex ways, the mass of ingredients included actually appears fairly hap-hazard, primarily composed of diuretics but also containing herbs that supposedly do everything from boost testosterone to treat rheumatism. Here’s the full list:
- Chromium, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Capryllic acid, Glutamine, Glucommanan, Hoodia, Papaya, Uva ursi, Green tea, Apple cider vinegar, Grapefruit, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Tribulus terrestris, Fenugreek, Longjack, Kudzu root, DIM, Red clover extract, Oats, Pygeum extract, Stinging nettle leaf, Saw palmento berry, Black pepper extract
Sera-Pharma cliniCAL Marketing
For what is a reasonably pricey product, it doesn’t offer much information about itself, for good or for bad. Despite not really explaining the mechanism or even the research behind the ingredients and formula, the company claims “amazing slimming and beautifying effects” and calls it a “breakthrough formula.” It mentions “clinical research with proven and scientifically tested efficacy for weight management” but it is one thing to say that and another to actually prove it.
Sera-Pharma cliniCAL Price
$45 plus shipping on GNC. It doesn’t seem to be sold on any other sites or direct from Sera-Pharma Labs.
Sera-Pharma cliniCAL Guarantee
There is no mention of a satisfaction guarantee.
Sera-Pharma cliniCAL Conclusion
We wish we had more information on the product to verify whether it really does have enough its more effective ingredients (hoodia, green tea, chromium, glucomannan) to really be worth the money, but without any detailed clinical analyses available or even positive customer reviews, cliniCAL definitely doesn’t get a recommendation from us.