Slimtone (Caralluma Fimbriata Extract) contains Caralluma Fimbriata extract as its main component. Caralluma Fimbriata is a member of the Cactus family, possesses suppressing properties, and has been used by people in India for many years.
Slimtone capsules help users burn fat while simultaneously increasing muscle mass, and boosting energy all at the same time. This drug is used in treating obese patients as it reduces hunger pangs, leading to a reduction in the consumption of food. It also slows down carbohydrate absorption in the body, further aiding fat loss of patients.
Another component of Slimtone is caffeine in the form of Green Tea extracts, which can further speed up fat burning.
Dosage and Administration
The use of Slimtone (Caralluma Fimbriata Extract) for fat loss has been shown to be safe when taking properly and as recommended by healthcare professionals.
The recommended dosage is a maximum of 2 capsules daily or one capsule twice a day. Take the capsule alongside a large glass of water, and at least 30 minutes before a meal. Capsules should be taken whole. Do not to crush, split, chew, or break these capsules.
Do not use Slimtone for more than 12 weeks consecutively, unless specifically advised to do so by your doctor. You will usually be instructed to take a 4 week break before resuming use.
When used correctly, and not for more than 12 weeks consecutively, this drug is well tolerated and side effects are very rare.
Though rare, side effects can happen. The most common reported are flatulence, mild stomach pain, gastritis, and constipation.
If you experience any of these symptoms in the first few days of using this supplement and the effects persist or become bothersome, inform your doctor as soon as possible.
Slimtone capsules are not suitable for any patients under 18 years of age.
Avoid all consumption of caffeine, alcohol, and tobacco.
Inform your doctor of any allergies you have, any other medication you are taing (including vitamins and supplements), and any other existing health conditions or notable medical history (especially asthma, diabetes, heart/blood/lungs/liver/kidney related conditions or diseases).