Xenadrine RZR-X Reviews
Xenadrine RZR-X has been touted as the ultimate fat burning and body changing supplement on the planet. They have of course a long history of various products under the Xenadrine name, and in some ways, we wonder if it will ever stop, if they'll ever just stick to the products they already have. But there's always a reason for everything, very much including expansion. In this case, people stop buying certain products because the word gets around, and so they have to promote something else.
Yerba mate -it doesn't work on its own, but only with guarana and damiana. They do have all of these ingredients. But they don't have the right amounts
Damiana -again, it works only when combined with guarana and yerba mate. They have those. The problem is that they don't actually have the right amounts.
Caffeine -it works in doses of 400mg to promote fat burning and weight loss at first. But unfortunately, it does not actually work in the small amount they use, and it works for a short period of time while causing side effects.
Guarana -when combined with yerba mate and damiana, it does promote weight loss in certain amounts. But while they have the combination, they don't have the required amounts.
Yohimbine -this sexual stimulant for men does not promote weight loss. However, it does cause heart attacks, strokes, renal failure, and kidney damage.
Muira puama bark -commonly used as an aphrodisiac, apparently they really like aphrodisiacs that promote sexual vitality, but not weight loss.
Gingko leaf -there are some energy benefits associated with this formula, but not actually weight loss benefits
L-ornithine -an amino acid, not a weight loss supplement
Saw palmetto -another sexual stimulant/aphrodisiac.
Inositol -it has been indicated to significantly reduce the symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder and polycystic ovarian syndrome, but not to promote weight loss
L-lysine HCL -an amino acid. It does not promote weight loss
Borage oil seed -it has been used to reduce joint pain and swelling as well as inflammation associated with arthritis. But it has not actually been associated with weight loss
GABA -known as an amino acid, this does not actually promote weight loss
L-histidine -known as an amino acid, this does not actually promote weight loss
At $39.95, this is a sort of middle of the road product in terms of pricing. However, it is not worth this amount. Judging by the formula, it is only worth about $5 at best, which frankly illustrates a product that could not possibly work. You could get green tea bags for a few dollars at the grocery store and lose more weight.
We would not recommend using Xenadrine products in general, let alone would we recommend Xenadrine RZR-X. It will not promote weight loss, relying more on sexual stimulants than weight loss ingredients, and frankly it could do quite a bit of harm rather than good. We would definitely recommend finding something else that will actually give you the results you are looking for.