This is a product with such exuberant claims surrounding it that it just sounds “too good to be true”?

It claims to reverse your energy levels by decades, for example: 60-year-old to a 30-year-old!

Also it supposedly enhance the brain function as well as the sexual health.

With such claims it sounds like a wonder drug.

 

Let’s look at what it contains

  • Cordyceps Cs-4 Mushroom Mycelia (Cordyceps sinensis [Berk.] Sacc.),
  • Pharmanex Asian Ginseng Rb1 (Panax ginseng) Root Extract
  • Pomegranate (Punica granatum) Fruit Extract,

The problem is that for 2 of the 3 ingredients (Cordyceps Cs-4 Mushroom Mycelia & Pharmanex Asian Ginseng Rb1) it is close to impossible to find scientific papers on research and placebo studies on the internet. The other product, Pomegranate, is well-known and most definitely cannot give these fantastic claimed benefits.

Whether Nu Skin did the research or not, if the information cannot be found and verified, it is close to not existing.

I am not talking about all the claims Nu Skin is making about all the research and magnitude of scientists involved, I am talking about the PROOF of these studies.

The conclusion is that this product contains weird ingredients that cannot be verified. This presents multiple concerns. One being that it is impossible to know what kind of side effects this product holds.

Being a very expensive product and with such fantastic claims, I decided to do a real world application and try it out myself.

After the first few (4) months I can say there was a slight increase in energy levels but honestly not close to what the claims are. Being 50, I felt maybe like a 45-year-old.

No mental or sexual health change at all.

Now, for the bad news…

My blood pressure before I started with this product was 130/70 and after the 4 month trial, it rose to an extremely high and damaging 170/115.

This is serious kidney, artery hardening and eye damage territory.

If I want to live another 10 years, I had to immediately stop this “wonder product”.

This is the problem with any product containing such strange ingredients. It is close to impossible to get real scientific proof over the internet as to the side effects and other problems such ingredients can cause and it is pretty much a Russian roulette game you play by putting something like this in your body.

I concede that my experience might not necessarily be the same for everyone and their might even be people who might benefit by this product.

My ratings for this product:

Safety level: 2/10

How close does it get to the claims surrounding it: 2/10

 

If a product sounds “too good to be true” it IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! Always…

 

Keep training hard!Cheers…

Gert Louw