Neopil Plus is described as a new combination of traditional Mexican herbs meant to outdo and even replace NeopilCaps! That’s not particularly hard to do. If you read my review on Neopil Caps, you can find out why. But as it turns out, Neopil Plus is no different. I was hoping for more. But when I compared them side by side, I found that Neopil Plus and Neopil Caps are virtually identical! Neopil Plus has many of the same Mexican herbs, and yet it still fails to use even one clinically proven weight loss ingredient. But are you really surprised? I hope not.
How Does Neopil Plus Work?
Lima root – Think about it for a moment. Lima root, does it sound familiar? It should. Lima root is just another name for lime extract. It is rich in vitamins, and it has healthy antioxidants that fight off harmful free radicals. But it has never been proven to promote any weight loss results.
Root Tejocote – A popular name for the Mexican crabapple, this is not even considered a superfruit. It is a common carrier of parasites that devastate hundreds of thousands of healthy crops, and there’s no way to guarantee that it is safe for humans for this reason. But bottom line, it does not promote weight loss.
Malabar road pinguica – A plant that has been used as a natural antimicrobial, this could fight problems with acne, ideally anyway. But antimicrobials have no magical fat burning properties.
Lemon grass – Commonly used as a pesticide and preservative, lemon grass has powerful anti-fungal properties. In other words, it can fight infections and common skin problems. But it does not promote weight loss.
Tlaichamin – Judging by the other ingredients listed in Neopil Plus, we assume that this is a natural Mexican herb, like the others. But we could not find any resources that tell us what it is.
Neopil Plus Side Effects
Neopil Plus does not have a full ingredients list, and we do not fully understand the impact of root Tejocote and its parasites. But we speculate that side effects may include headaches, jitteriness, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, indigestion, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, facial flushing, insomnia, headache, drowsiness, dry mouth, an elevated heartbeat, drowsiness, dry mouth, an elevated heartbeat, low sodium, increased blood sugar, increased cholesterol, rash, joint disorders, gout, impotence in men, menstrual irregularities, and breast enlargement in men, vomiting, stomach cramping, bloody stool, severe cramping, pain, weakness, dizziness, unusual tiredness, heart attack, stroke, renal failure, kidney damage, rectal bleeding, constipation, diarrhea, drowsiness, dizziness, excitability, headaches, loss of appetite, nausea, rash, hives, difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue, difficulty urinating, fast or irregular heartbeat, and other symptoms of allergic reaction.