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Natural Green Cleanse trial review

Natural Green Cleanse trial review

When toxins from the environment we live in build up you may find that your health will start to suffer.

One common issue is weight gain, which has its own links to various health problems.

To avoid suffering from these issues you could try to detox using natural methods but you can also use a product called a colon cleanser too.

A colon cleanser is designed to remove the stored fecal matter from your colon, which will also help remove those toxins.

While there are various colon cleansing products available you need to be careful which one you choose as unfortunately some are being offered as a trial.

These trial offers entice you into signing up by offering the product at a low price, what many people fail to realise is that once the trial ends you will be charged an extortionate price for the product.

Natural Green Cleanse is a colon cleanser currently available on a trial. There have been a few claims that it is a scam, but what is the truth?

Natural Green Cleanse claimed benefits

The following benefits have been claimed on the Natural Green Cleanse website:

  • Naturally lose weight
  • Increase energy levels
  • Get a flatter and firmer body
  • Detoxification

These benefits are what you would expect to see, we would need to look at the ingredients used though before we could verify them.

Natural Green Cleanse ingredients

At first glance it does not look as though Natural Green Cleanse is willing to show us what ingredients are used.

However, at the very bottom of the website is a link to an image of their product label.

Although low quality at least you can see what the Natural Green Cleanse formula is.

Natural Green Cleanse contains 215 mg of Calcium and a proprietary formula containing the following ingredients:

Oat, Alfalfa, Psyllium, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Rhubarb, Gentian, Aloe Vera, Cascara sagrada, Goldenseal, Buckthorn and Bentonite.

It is pleasing to see that they are willing to show what ingredients they use, yet the use of the term ‘proprietary blend’ is worrying as this simply means that it contains the ingredient but not the amounts.

Natural Green Cleanse also contains a number of filler ingredients so there is no way of knowing if it actually does what it claims to do.

Price of Natural Green Cleanse

The main issue that surrounds Natural Green Cleanse is its price.

$1.99 for the 14 day trial sounds reasonable enough as they will need to pay for postage and packaging, however the $88.92 charge at the end of the trial is too much.

Also the fact that you will continue to be charged this amount each and every month until you cancel your membership may lead to some people losing hundreds of dollars.

Is Natural Green Cleanse a scam?

Not everyone checks their bank statements regularly, if you have signed up for the Natural Green Cleanse trial and not read the terms and conditions you may be in for a surprise when you view your bank balance.

No wonder claims that it is a scam are growing.

The use of the term ‘proprietary blend’ is also a worry and makes me wonder whether this product actually does what it claims.

In our opinion you would be better off looking for an alternative with proven results.

Natural Green Cleanse contact details

You can contact Natural Green Cleanse on 1-800-387-1146 or by email info@naturalgreencleanse.com

Unlike some of the other auto ship programs we have reviewed in the past you can also cancel your membership online from their website (check the contact us page).

If you have signed up for this supplement and wish to tell us about your experience please leave us a message below.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Natural Green Cleanse

If you are still interested in removing those toxins and losing weight naturally then you should take a look at DetoxPlus, which is sold online by Evolution Slimming.

This colon cleanser uses proven ingredients and is available at a considerably cheaper price than Natural Green Cleanse, just $31 for a months supply.

Click here to read our review of DetoxPlus!

2 comments on "Natural Green Cleanse trial review"
  1. I was recently scammed by this company. I ordered a bottle and requested to cancel my account. Their reply to that was to offer me a charge of about $30 so I wouldn’t go through the “hassle” of paying for postage to return the product. Also, when I called and asked to speak to the manager I had to ask about 4 times, each time explaining that I didn’t want to deal with an agent but the manager. They seemed hesitant to do so. Looking through some blogs and experiences I’m not the only one who’s been scammed like this. At the end of the checkout in print small enough to need a magnifying glass it says 14 days from ORDER date the consumer will be charged the full price.

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  2. First of of, TINSFL, There’s No Such Thing As Free Lunch. And these A_holes turn Free into a joke. They give you a free trial, but then you have to pay shipping to get it, and they send 17 extra pills you have to send back as part of the scam. They charge you an F-ed up amount for the extra’s if you don’t pay to send them back. And nobody understands what you are talking about when you call them, nor can you understand them. The pills are a scam too, go to the gym and EXERCISE. That’s what it says on the bottle too. I bet you would lose more weight by keeping the money they try to suck out of you and walking/running an extra 10 minutes a day. Save yourself a headache and get a gym membership. If someone came up with a pill that turned your teeth into gold, would you believe them, probably not. This is no different, on the bottle it says eat right and exercise, those two instructions alone are what get you the RESULTS you want.

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