A couple weeks ago, I was running through a few random sites when I came across Thermadril and some other similar products in the same line. It’s not a well-known product. But the way I figure it, some of the best things in life are small. The best ethnic restaurants are usually dives, the best diet pills usually come from smaller companies that sell exclusively through their own sites, and the best mechanics usually run their own shops rather than working for the dealer. Small usually indicates lower prices too!
At the top, I read something about “wasting your time at the gym and the first post-workout thermodynamic extender.” They have a couple paragraphs talking about extending fat burning 3 hours past workouts blab la bal. But it ended there. There were no subpages, no extensions, no ingredients! I wasn’t looking for much. But an ingredients list is nice.
Why They Don’t Have an Ingredients List
There’s really one and only one reason that products don’t list ingredients. Okay, there are a few reasons, but they all feed into one “master reason” if you will. It doesn’t work! There are subsectors. Maybe the product also causes serious side effects, maybe they use illegal substances, maybe they use flour, we don’t know. But the bottom line is that they don’t have whatever it is that they would actually need for clinically proven post workout results that would outweigh any bad.
Price & Value
A bottle of Thermadril costs $39.00. You can get a slightly lower price per bottle if you buy more than one at a time. But $39 is a pretty middle of the road price. They say that you can return it, and they encourage you to use the whole bottle, a 30 day supply. But they only give you 30 days to “try it.” In other words, they are saying, “please use the whole bottle, because by the time you finish it, we don’t have to give you a refund.” We’re pretty sure this should be a $5 diet pill.
Thermadril Side Effects
Without a full ingredient list, or in this case any ingredients list, we cannot really say what the side effects are for sure. But possible side effects of Thermadril 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, 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.