Pilepsole promises to repair tissue damaged caused by the ravaging torment of hemorrhoids and anal fissures. It is promoted as a safe, home treatment option with no known poor side effects. Pilepsole also claims to shrink piles and provide relief from inflammation and pain. We did the research for you.
Well, we tried to do the research for you. It is not possible to research the effects of ingredients that are not published anywhere, much less on the product itself. This means, the safety and effectiveness of this product, is entirely unknown and unproven.
No clear dosage directions on Pilepsole doesn’t inspire further confidence either. How much would an overdose be? Is there a risk associated with this possibility? How much is needed for effective treatment? If you like a good mystery, especially when it comes to your health, you might want to consider Pilepsole. We prefer to play it safe with known entities and quantities.
An approximate month’s supply of Pilepsole runs $87.42 although this is difficult to quantify since you don’t know how many tablets to take per day. The product listing, as well, provides no further information about how many capsules are contained in each bottle.
Not surprisingly, Pilepsole published no guarantee or refund policy of any kind.
Pilepsole is worse than a mystery date and when it comes to a nasty physical ailment such as hemorrhoids, that’s not a good thing. Verifiable evidence of safety or efficacy is conspicuously missing. That doesn’t build consumer confidence either.