Forskolin Fuel Review

Albert Davidoff

This is a review of Forskolin Fuel, a pure Coleus Forskohlii extract that is designed to aid in achieving weight loss.  This product’s active ingredient is a member of the mint family and has been used by herbalists to assist individuals in raising their metabolism.


Forskolin contains one ingredient – 20% Coleus Forskohlii Extract.  It is a pure extract with no artificial colors or preservatives.

The product does not specify whether the capsule is gelatin or vegetarian based, or whether it contains no fillers, binders or additives.


The dosage for this product is 125 mg per serving and each bottle contains 30 capsules.  From our research, the dosage for Forskolin Fuel seems low compared to other products on the market which recommend a daily dose of 500 mg.  With capsules containing 125 mg, this would require customers to take 4 capsules a day and purchase approximately 4 bottles a month.


In order to see the prices listed to purchase this product, customers must first provide their contact information on the website.  Once having done so, the purchase price is listed as follows: 5 bottles for a total of $144 (28.80 each); 3 bottles for $96 ($32 each); 1 bottle for $48.  With your first order, you are automatically given free membership to an online fitness program and are sent e-book downloads.


The manufacturer offers a 90-day money back guarantee for unused and unopened items purchased.

Forskolin Fuel Review – Conclusion

Forskolin Fuel is a good product for weight loss, using a natural extract, offering a fair money back guarantee, and with cGMP certification.

Our biggest concern with the product is that the recommended dosage, 125 mg, is significantly lower than the recommended dosage of other products on the market and it is questionable how effective the product will be overall.  Reviews on other website show a lack of satisfaction with achieving weight loss results, and there is a glaring absence of product reviews on the manufacturer’s website.  With a questionable recommended dosage, the product does not appear to achieve the results it promises.

Other companies recommend 500 mg a day of a pure Forskolin extract; with that recommendation, consumers would need to take 4 pills a day which makes the product less attractive financially with only 30 pills in each bottle.  Competitors produce pills that are 250 mg each with 60 capsules in each bottle at an attractive and competitive price.

Consumers share in their reviews that Forskolin Fuel not only did not curve their appetite but actually increased hunger and/or caused a sick feeling/nausea.

The manufacturer appears to be as invested in providing the customer a free membership to their online fitness program to assist in weight loss rather than sharing relevant information about how the product actually works to aid in weight loss.  With a seeming lack of information about the product and without customer stories that testify to their success using the product, we wonder how effective the overall product is.  Finally, there is no additional information about the product, including its interaction with other medications, and how long it will take for the product to begin working for consumers to achieving their weight loss goals.