Below we take an in-depth look into AB Slim Capsules, to see whether this banned and dangerous product has anything to recommend.
AB Slim Capsules are mysterious weight loss capsules that contain banned, carcinogenic ingredients. It is not clear where they were manufactured, although they likely trace their origin back to the unregulated factories of China. The capsules were then spread to the USA and Europe by AB Care, a Lebanese company that was reprimanded by its country’s government for threatening the safety of consumers. As of 2018, this product should be regarded as dangerous and harmful to health.
AB Slim Capsules contain banned ingredients like sibutramine and phenolphthalein that are not declared on the label. Sibutramine has been known to cause heart attacks and strokes, and phenolphthalein is a carcinogenic ingredient that causes cancer to develop at an alarming rate. Phenolphthalein also causes gastrointestinal pain and heart arrhythmia. AB Slim Capsules should be regarded as highly dangerous.
We’ve seen AB Slim Capsules available to buy from unscrupulous sellers on eBay. British customers can buy a pack from around £14.99, and customers from other countries can buy a pack for the slightly higher price of $19.95. Anyone thinking of buying this product should remember that it is effectively banned in many places due to the high risk it poses to health.
This product should be regarded as little more than a callous and dangerous scam. It cannot function as a weight loss pill, as it contains virtually nothing that could actually help anyone to lose weight. Customer reviews show that everyone who has bought the capsules have been left disappointed with their weight loss results.
However, the real headline is that this product is extremely dangerous. Like many strange and unlabelled products that come from China’s carefree industrial sector, this product has been cut with strong chemicals that are banned in the USA and Europe due to the fact that they cause cancer, heart attacks, and strokes. We have no idea why Chinese manufacturers continue to do this – perhaps some companies still possess huge stocks of now-banned powders that they remain determined to sell or cut into weight loss pills?
Thankfully AB Slim Capsules have been banned in much of the Western world and Lebanon (where it was first distributed to the West), although some clueless (or criminal) sellers on eBay still clearly haven’t received the memo. If you happen to come into possession of this product, do the right thing and throw them straight into the bin!
We do not recommend AB Slim Capsules to our readers.
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AB Slim Capsules are a set of weight loss pills that have attracted significant controversy since their release. The capsules are infamous for having dangerous ingredients included within the mix, all of which are not declared on the label. AB Slim Capsules have already been banned in some countries where they were once popular (including Lebanon and the USA), and are now only available to buy in the more unregulated corners of the Internet.
The manufacturer of AB Slim Capsules is not truly known. Although most sources believe the product was originally manufactured by a Lebanese company called AB Care, the Lebanese authorities appear to disagree. The Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister of Lebanon, Ghassan Hasbani, claims that the capsules were originally manufactured by a Chinese company called Guangzhou Wankang Health Care Ltd., implying that AB Care simply bought pre-made capsules and resold them under a different name. Customers wishing to contact AB Care can reach them by email ([email protected]), but the company may not be able to answer queries about AB Slim Capsules – an August 2018 government directive prohibits them from selling the capsules in Lebanon or elsewhere.
The directions for use are as follows:
AB Slim Capsules are designed to work as weight loss aids, supposedly working to burn fat without the customer needing to make effort. AB Care promised that their capsules could help dieters to lose 8-10 kilos per month, whilst also reducing the proportion of fat in the blood by 50-70%. The product was also said to eliminate cellulite, improve sexual potency, reduce digestive problems, prevent constipation, reduce bloating, cleanse the skin, and reduce rings around the eyes.
The ingredients that the label claims are within AB Slim Capsules are broadly useless as a means of losing weight. Most are little more than digestive aids that are used in Chinese traditional medicine, with almost none being associated with any of the benefits described by the manufacturer. Like many dodgy pills that are thought to originate from China, this product also secretly contains sibutramine, which can actually induce weight loss (and cancer). However, the few customer reviews we’ve spotted so far seem to suggest that this product does not work effectively as a weight loss aid. The only potential benefit offered by AB Slim Capsules is that it may work well as an erectile dysfunction aid, as it (illegally) contains the active ingredient found in Viagra.
The ingredients found in AB Slim Capsules are listed below. Worryingly, not all of the ingredients that are actually found in this product are listed on the label – under random testing by the FDA, AB Slim Capsules were found to contain an additional 3 dangerous and banned ingredients. In addition, ingredient quantities are not provided anywhere on the label.
This product contains highly dangerous ingredients that could pose a serious threat to the short-term and long-term health of customers.
In 2018, this weight loss supplement was found to contain sibutramine, a now-banned ingredient that has been found to cause heart attacks, strokes, and death. In fact, a large and significant study of obese people taking sibutramine and placebos effectively found that sibutramine is more likely to cause a heart attack or stroke than help dieters to lose weight! The negative effects of sibutramine tend to emerge in the long-term after months/years of use but may well cause damage from the outset.
Phenolphthalein was also banned due to its unusual potential to literally cause cancer to develop at unusual rates. It also causes its own host of distressing side effects, including gastrointestinal pain and irregular heartbeats.
This is a dangerous product that is best avoided entirely. Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are taking any medications or are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase.
We were only able to find a handful of customer reviews that mentioned AB Slim Capsules on eBay. Unfortunately, all of the comments stated that they failed to experience any weight loss benefits whilst using this product.
Does not work. I have just finished the thirty caps and i have not lost a pound, don’t waste your money the product does not work at all
It had no effect on anything. No weight chain, no appetite suppression no nothing. Must be fake
Junk. Doesn’t’ work at all, if anything made me hungry, don’t waste your money
The only major distributor of AB Slim Capsules, AB Care, claims to offer full refunds if packs are returned within 14 days. However, the company is currently banned from selling these dangerous pills. As it is impossible to buy directly from AB Care, it is unlikely that the company will honour returns of the product.
AB Slim Capsules are now banned in the USA and Lebanon, and as such, they cannot be purchased from any of the normal legitimate retailers like Amazon. We managed to find a few packs on sale on eBay which were available for purchase in GBP and USD.
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