This is a review of Nutrilite Black Cohosh and Soy. Claiming to support healthy bones and heart while treating hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings, it seems Nutrilite may truly help women who are going through the transitional stages of menopause. However, very few reviews been written supporting this product which is a bit of a red flag. We decided to conduct some independent research online. Read on to learn more about this product and whether it is right for your situation.
This is an all natural supplement, not a medication. While researching this particular product, a complete list of ingredients could not be found. However, the following ingredients were mentioned throughout its descriptions:
A company should always provide a complete list of all ingredients within a product. Customers have a right to know exactly what is in the supplement they are consuming.
Users of Nurtilite should take three pills a day. However there is no indication as to when these pills should be taken, if they should be taken all together, and if food or water should be consumed along with them. A company should always supply information as to dosages for customers to review.
Nutrilite can be purchased for $44.70. With each purchase, customers will receive 90 tablets; calculated with dosage, this is equivalent to a 30 day supply. There is no indication that customers can receive a discount when multiple bottles are purchased simultaneously.
At first glance, customers may assume Nutrilite Black Cohosh and Soy is accompanied by a 180 day 100% satisfaction guarantee. However, after carefully reading the entire company guarantee, it is revealed that it does not cover supplements and drugs. Therefore, this product is not covered by a guarantee. A guarantee should cover all of a company’s products — this provides a security element for customers.
Based upon the information above, it seems that there are many concerns about this product and company. The first concern is ingredients. When a company does not post a full list of ingredients, customers cannot be sure they are getting a product that does not contain harmful ingredients or things which could cause an allergic reaction. By not listing all ingredients, a company creates the sense that they are attempting to hide information.
A second concern is the fact that very little information is given concerning dosages. A final element of concern is the guarantee. As stated above, guarantees create a safety factor for customers. A guarantee does not cover Nutrilite, therefore customers are risking their money on a product that may be unsatisfactory.