Cheap Supplement Ripoff Warning!

by Anonymous

Cheap Supplement Ripoff Warning!


Hi, I just have one question for you.

I have bought a few Herbal Testosterone Supplements, Tongkat Ali, Tribulus, Catuaba Bark, Yohimbe Bark, Maca Root, Mucuna Pruriens, Rhodiola Rosea and Muira Puama.

Now except Tongkat Ali and Catuaba Bark, the rest of the herbs I have from are from just one website and the manufacturer is called (company name removed).

What I have noticed is Catuaba Bark works so good for me on the day I take it. I took Tongkat Ali 100:1 Caps and it did work good, but not as good as Catuaba Bark.

These two are only ones which are working the rest of the herbs when I take them I don't feel anything at all.

I have tried Mucuna Pruriens from 3 to 15 Caps daily and nothing happens.

Could it be that they all might be fake?

Or does it happen that one or two herbs may work and the rest wont?

I just feel that if every herb starts working like Catuaba then that would just be lovely and I'll be in Heaven :-).

Please let me know what you think.

Cheap Supplement Ripoff Warning!

Hello,

I removed the name of the company where you purchased most of your Testosterone Boosters, because I don't want to get sued.

Now that it's gone, I can speak frankly...

This outfit has a rep in the business for selling junk products.

Keep the following in mind when you make your future purchases...

If the deal seems to good to be true, it probably is.

When a Natural Testosterone Boosters that should cost $14.99 sells for only $4.99, there's always a very good reason.

Here's are few things to watch out for to avoid getting ripped off in the future...

Excessive use of filling agents!

Binders, lubricants, and fillers are used when manufacturing all supplements

Sometimes, excessive amounts are used to cut corners.

Lubricants enable manufacturing machines to run more efficiently, but can inhibit absorption of the nutrients.

Supplements coated with excessive amount of stearic, palmitic or other fatty acids, lower absorption rates as well.

Some of the cheaper supplements have more fillers than they do active ingredients.

Some of the most common are...

Stearic acid, magnesium stearate, calcium stearate, ascorbyl palmitate, fractionated vegetable oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil, and castor oil.

All supplement manufacturers use these substances, some just go overboard to cut costs.

Cheap Supplement Ripoff Warning!

Raw materials matter as well...

A supplement manufacturer who takes quality seriously uses quality raw materials.

Those looking to cut corners don't.

Some of the ingredients in the raw materials are considered minor manufacturing additives, and are not required by the FDA to be listed on the supplement label.

These "minor ingredient" additives can take up a lot of space, that should taken up by the active ingredient.

Remember...

Stearic acid, magnesium stearate, calcium stearate, and junk oils are going to cost much less than any active
ingredient.

That's why many companies go way overboard with their use.

I use Physician Formulas for most of my supplements now, and have been very happy with the price and the quality of their products.

Here's a snippet from their website....

Where are our products made?

All of our products are made by independent manufacturers located in the USA.

Our primary manufacturer is NPA/NSF GMP and ISO 9001:2000 registered custom formulator, contract manufacturer.

It operates a state-of-the-art FDA CGMP facility on more than 90,000 square feet in Santa Fe Springs, California.


None of their supplements are manufactured in China or Indonesia, and they take quality very seriously.

Use them for your future purchases, and you won't be disappointed.

Jump to the Physician Formulas Website

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