There’s a new kid on the block when it comes to mood boosting supplements – an ingredient known as Asian Dogbane. Having earned a reputation as the real deal, this plant extract is finding its way into more and more supplements than ever before – one of which being Posinol. Ask the manufacturers and they’ll tell you that Posinol hits the nail on the head with its mood-boosting and stress-busting properties, without putting your health on the line as is the case with so many other drugs. It’s one of the cheapest products of its kind out there and the ingredient seems to be going from strength to strength.
So, the question is, will Posinol prove to be the mood-boosting supplement we’ve all been waiting for, or is it all just meaningless hype surrounding yet another fad ingredient?
First and foremost, at a price of just $15 for capsules, Posinol appears to be offering value for money that’s almost too good to be true. Along with a variety of other natural ingredients, the makers of Posinol insist that the Asian Dogbane it contains can and will have a marked effect on the user’s mood and general stability when tackling everyday life. It’s one of the few supplements out there that’s been clinically tested on human beings and come out with excellent feedback all-round. All ingredients are listed and you can pick it up all over the place – Posinol seems to have all bases covered and then some.
Towering over the rest of the positives is the fact that Posinol has been tested on human beings and to some extent proven in its effectiveness. Not only this, but all ingredients are listed and it’s by quite a margin one of the most affordable supplements of its kind out there today. What’s more, it’s easy to pick up both online and at standard retailers, so chances are you won’t have any trouble finding any. On the whole therefore, a really strong selection of real pluses.
As for the flip side of the coin, what’s a little strange is how sparse feedback in general seems to be given the apparent prestige and value of the product. What’s more, if a product has been put through its paces and proven as effective, why would the manufacturer choose not to offer a money-back guarantee? That being said, this could be considered nit-picking as there aren’t many genuine examples of real minuses.
Reports of side effects are pretty much non-existent, but if you’re not familiar with any of these ingredients, it’s a good idea to check with your doctor before trying Posinol for the first time.
Along with the key ingredient of Asian Dogbane, Posinol also contains gelatin, soybean oil, glycerin, water, cochineal extract, yellow beeswax, lecithin and titanium dioxide.
In terms of recommendation, it’s pretty safe to say that for it's low price and lack of clinical backing behind it, Posinol represents a pretty unsafe bet to try out. Admittedly, it isn’t the worse we've reviewed, but the lack of a money back guarantee is worrying.
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