LMNITRIX BURNZ is an over the counter weight loss supplement designed for people who are looking for a high stimulant product. This is a product containing enough stimulant ingredients that many dieters are likely to experience unwanted side effects.
In fact, the first line of the product’s description is a warning that LMNITRIX BURNZ is not appropriate for everyone. Individuals with any kind of stimulant sensitivity or who have never used diet pills before should not use this product. This is according to the product’s own warning. Instead, it directs those consumers to other products within its brand.
At the same time, the brand claims that LMNITRIX BURNZ provides an extremely powerful fat burning supplement. This claim is made without citing a single study on the product page on the official website. That said, it does make a large number of claims regarding how powerful the product is supposed to be.
For that reason, it also calls itself the “ultimate plateau-destroyer.” It markets itself to people who have been dieting but who have hit the dreaded plateau. It claims that where other diet and weight loss pills, LMNITRIX BURNZ will excel. It also states that it can be used as a pre-workout supplement.
Still, beyond all these powerful claims, at no point does it explain how it is supposed to help users to achieve their goals. It does not describe each of its ingredients and explain why they were selected. It also does not say much other than various versions of the fact that it is based on stimulants and is meant to be a strong fat burner.
At the time this review was written, the LMNITRIX BURNZ ingredients were: 250 mg of caffeine anhydrous, choline bitartrate, L-carnitine tartrate, hordenine, Capsimax® cayenne pepper extract, dendrobium, higenamine HCl and huperzine A.
This ingredients list makes it very clear that the main purpose of the product is to be a stimulant. It contains the same amount of caffeine as two and a half regular cups of coffee, if they were taken all at once. In this way, it is more than clear that the warnings the product makes about itself are worth taking seriously.
Many dieters will experience jitters, headache, moodiness, anxiety, diarrhea, nausea and other symptoms from taking this product. Moreover, these pills are not safe to take if you also plan to take any other form of stimulants, such as coffee, tea, certain sodas and chocolate, as well as energy drinks.