Pinadol is no longer available from the manufacturer itself, but there are still plenty of bottles doing the rounds from third-party retailers. As far as its purpose goes, the makers of Pinadol previously billed it as a supplement that’s able to deliver a much-needed boost to the body’s natural energy levels, while at the same time promoting a general feeling of calm and control. The market is for the time being flooded with such products, which apparently tick all the right boxes when it comes to restoring emotional balance and allowing the buyer to tackle life with a new sense of invigoration and positivity. Sadly, most end up proving to be nothing but hype and are eventually discontinued – are you worried that Pinadol’s disappearance could be a bad sign?
So, the question is, will the remaining supply of Pinadol prove a worthy investment for those that can find it, or has it been shelved permanently for a reason?
The fact that Pinadol isn’t manufactured anymore makes it very difficult to find any solid information about it. It’s on sale at plenty of third party retailers that still have it up for grabs, but the official website no longer exists and nor are any questions being answered. We do know that the promise made by the manufacturer was one of generous energy boosts on a day to day basis, courtesy of a unique blend of ingredients only found in Pinadol. Said ingredients can still be found in list form so there’s some help there, there are no reports of any nasty side effects and Pinadol hasn’t hit the headlines for any of the wrong reasons. So it’s still worth looking a little deeper into before writing it off entirely.
Positives are pretty limited for obvious reasons. It’s still good to see that the full list of ingredients can be found online and during the life of Pinadol there was no real reason to suspect it of being an outright dud. Other than this though, the fact that it has disappeared means it’s hard to come up with any more real pluses.
The most obvious downside of all – why would it be discontinued if it really was such a great product in the first place? The answer is of course that it can’t have been, otherwise it would still be on sale. What’s more, as you can now only buy it from a third-party retailer there’s little way of knowing whether you’re paying the right price or will be offered any kind of satisfaction guarantee. And even if you do decide you like it, you’ll be taking it for a limited time only as they’re not making it anymore! On the whole, chances are the scales are tipped in favor of the real minuses.
You can still find the list of ingredients that go into Pinadol online, so if you do decide to try it out at least you will know what you’re taking.
According to the manufacturer, Pinadol contains: thiamin (as thiamin HCl), vitamin C (as ascorbic acid), Eleuthero standardized root extract, riboflavin, niacin (as niacinamide), vitamin B6 (as pyroxidine HCl), folate (as folic acid), vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin), pantothenic acid (as Dcalcium pantothenate), magnolia standardized extract (bark), magnesium (as magnesium oxide), LTyrosine, dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, stearic scid, silica and film coat ingredients (hypomellose), magnesium stearate, polyethylene glycol with colors to be determined).
Long story short – there’s no point whatsoever in trying out a supplement that isn’t made anymore. Chances are it was withdrawn for a reason and even if it wasn’t, stocks will dry up soon enough and you’ll be back to square one!
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