Que She Diet Pills
Que She Diet Pills Review
When it comes to weight loss, people are always looking for the miracle fat burner, the holy grail of weight loss supplements. Often “ancient Chinese tradition” is marketed as the secret to a slimmer figure and Que She Diet Pills used this strategy, including 11 different traditional Chinese herbs that may or may not promote weight loss. However, the results seen with Que She Diet Pills were much more remarkable than had been seen before with “all-herbal” fat burners and so they became something of a sensation…until one very important detail came to light.
In 2010 the FDA discovered that Que She Diet Pills actually contained undisclosed amounts of several illegal chemicals which had been previously deemed unsafe for use to treat weight loss. Que She Diet Pills were consequently banned for sale or distribution in the US and many other first world countries, but may still be available for “black market” purchase.
Ingredients in Que She Diet Pills
The 11 Chinese herbs originally listed for Que She Diet Pills include:
- Kudzu Root, Coix Seed , Chinese Hawthorn, Goji berry, Chrysanthemum, Lotus Leaf, Sea tangle Kelp, Radish seed, Cassia seed, Jiaogulin (Gynostemma pentaphyllum), Green tea extract (polyphenols).
These ingredients are each claimed to provide many benefits to your health but few if any of the effects are proven. In any case, there is no indication of clinically studied dosages so it would be difficult to verify effectiveness. And while these were the only ingredients listed, randomized FDA testing revealed that Que She Diet Pills also contained significant amounts of four controlled and even banned substances:
- Fenfluramine - increases serotonin levels to fight food cravings.
- Propranolol – a beta-blocker used to lower blood pressure
- Sibutramine –inhibits serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake but is not effective at alleviating depression, instead it was used to reduce appetite.
- Ephedrine – a stimulant and bronchodilator which is still sold to treat asthma but isn’t safe for use as a weight loss ingredient.
Que She Diet Pills Side Effects
As for the four banned ingredients, fenfluramine, sibutramine and ephedrine were all discontinued because research showed they caused an increase in heart attack and stroke. Fenfluramine in particular was associated with damage to the heart valves. Other side effects associated with these include:
- Headache, nausea, upset stomach, anxiety/psychosis, dizziness, dry mouth, rapid heart rate and elevated blood pressure.
Side effects due to the 11 Chinese herbs are much less clear, but typically diarrhea and upset stomach are common ones with these types of supplements.
Do Que She Diet Pills Offer a Money-back Guarantee?
Nope. Can you imagine getting a money-back guarantee for some weed you bought illegally? Of course not. So there is little reason to expect any money back if you’re not satisfied with Que She Diet Pills if you end up not losing weight, or worse, if you end up with heart problems or a stroke. One of the biggest problems with buying any banned product online or from black market retailers is there is also a very high incidence of counterfeit. You might just end up with a bottle of sugar tablets.
While we have nothing against Chinese medicine (provided it comes along with clinically-proven results) we do have a serious problem with Que She Diet Pills. It’s almost as if the people who made it realized that the ingredients they listed wouldn’t do the trick so they slipped in some strong prescription drugs. Even if these didn’t happen to have serious health risks, the fact that they didn’t disclose all ingredients is unethical. There’s just no good reason to try buying an expensive fat burner that has been banned like Que She Diet Pills.