Below we take an in-depth look at Kyani Nitro, to see what health benefits it can offer the consumer.
Kyani Nitro is manufactured by Kyani Inc, an International company company’s international headquarters in based in Göteborg, Sweden. Kyani put a lot of energy into recruiting more independent sales consultants in what seems to look like multi-level marketing.
Kyani Nitro contains Noni fruit extract, and is intended to help boost Nitric Oxide production in the body. Whilst there is lots of evidence available from studies showing all the different ways that Nitric Oxide is used in the body, there is incredibly limited and mixed evidence to suggest that Noni fruit may sometimes increase Nitric Oxide production, but sometimes may inhibit its production in the body.
The side effects of Kyani Nitro appear to be minimal, including a warming sensation after use, and a slight headache during the first few days of usage. However, there are restrictions on who should use the product; pregnant and breastfeeding women should not use it, and anyone with any ongoing health issues, including liver or kidney problems, should consult their doctor before purchasing the supplement.
Kyani Nitro appears to be an expensive supplement; discounts are available, but customers have to spend $39 for a six month Prime Membership just to get a small discount. Without discounts from membership, a 56 ml bottle costs £47.94 for UK customers or $66.95 for customers in the USA.
The manufacturers of Kyani Nitro recommend taking two or three servings per day, and so a single bottle will last anywhere between 18 and 28 days of use.
Overall, we are not impressed by Kyani Nitro at all.
We are hugely concerned about the manufacturing company, Kyani, who operate as a multi-level marketing company. A truthinadvertising.org investigation raised numerous concerns about Kyani and its practices; they found over 200 examples of “unsubstantiated health and income claims in violation of FTC law”, and also noted that nearly 70 percent of distributors on average earned nothing or close to nothing.
There are many independent distributers of Kyani products who make unfounded claims about the products, describing it as a miracle and a medicine. The majority of the many positive customer reviews we located are all written by distributers who have a vested interest in promoting the company and the benefits of the products.
It is difficult to track down information about the products that Kyani sell, but very easy to find out about their pay schemes, compensation plans and company bonuses such as cars and holidays. Customers have reported poor customer service once they have refused to join the company, and new recruits have reported that they felt mislead or cheated out of their money, and were charged each month for new products even if they were unable to sell them. There is a money-back guarantee, but we have also found reports from customers who were told that there were no refunds by their distributer.
As for the product itself, again, we are not very impressed. There are two studies that suggest that noni fruit inhibits Nitric Oxide production, and only one (that we could locate) that found that the fruit increased Nitric Oxide production. Nitric Oxide does have numerous roles in the body, and encouraging the body to produce adequate amounts of it may improve general health, but we are not convinced that Kyani Nitro contains the right ingredients to increase Nitric Oxide levels reliably. Some of the vitamins and minerals found in Kyani Nitro appear to be beneficial, but are used in tiny quantities.
Overall, we do not recommend Kyani Nitro to our readers, and heavily encourage them to avoid Kyani Inc in general.
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Kyani are an international company that sells a range of health improving supplements. The manufacturers of Kyani products, and the distributers that sell them, make a huge range of claims about the potency of their products; they claim that a combination of three of their products make up the Kyani Triangle of Health. These products, it is claimed, will ‘Defend, repair, and maintain every cell in your body.’
We have previously reviewed two of the products that supposedly make up the Triangle of Health, Kyani Sunrise, and Kyani Sunset, here, and our review below will focus on the third product that Kyani offer, Kyani Nitro.
A truthinadvertising.org investigation raised several concerns about the company and its practices, literally starting with the name of the company. Kyani Inc, and many of its independent sales consultants, claim that Kyani means “strong medicine” in Tlingit, a native Alaskan language. But a Tlingit expert refutes this, saying strong medicine in Tlingit is actually latseen náakw. On a more serious note, the same investigation
Read more about the investigation here.
documented 200+ examples of unsubstantiated health and income claims in violation of FTC law. Distributors of the company claim the products can treat, cure, or alleviate the symptoms of cancer, diabetes, ADHD, and more. And despite fabulous income claims, TINA.org’s analysis of the compensation plan shows that nearly 70 percent of distributors on average earned nothing or close to nothing.
It appears that the company’s international headquarters in based in Göteborg, Sweden, but there are national offices and contact details for many countries and areas. The USA office is based in Idaho. Contact details will vary depending upon the customer’s location, and customers may be instructed to contact their distributer directly, only contacting the parent company if the distributer is unable to help them.
Kyani put a lot more energy into recruiting more independent sales consultants by describing the benefits of their company than they do into describing or selling their actual products. This is not only inconvenient for the customer, but is also a red flag for the company operating under a Multi-Level Marketing Business Model that operates its recruitment process in a manner often compared to a pyramid scheme. This is supported by the numerous comments on the Kyani facebook page from customers and people who have been pressured to sign up as a distributer.
Kyani manufactures supplements, not medicines, and so potential customers should be incredibly cautious when listening to claims that these supplements prevent and treat illnesses. The company and its distributers are not legally allowed to make claims that their products act as a medicine, and yet regularly make statements to this effect.
The directions for use on the bottle state: As a dietary supplement, take 1 ml 2-3 times per day.
The manufacturers of Kyani Nitro offer the following description of the product and its supposed health benefits:
Built upon the foundation of Kyäni Nitro FX™, Kyäni Nitro Xtreme™ contains even more nitrate from the proprietary blend of Noni concentrate for increased Nitric Oxide (NO) production in the body. In addition, Nitro Xtreme contains CoQ10, Magnesium, Zinc, Chromium, and Niacin. Among many other benefits, these additional nutrients also boost the body’s production of Nitric Oxide.
Kyäni Nitro Xtreme is specifically designed for the most demanding parts of your day. Whether you’re an athlete, business professional, student, or busy parent, Nitro Xtreme is perfect for supporting energy, physical stamina, and mental clarity.
The main purpose of Kyani Nitro is to increase production of Nitric Oxide in the body. According to Kyaniscience.com, ‘Nitric Oxide has been shown to positively influence:
We found three studies that investigated the effects of Noni fruit juice, and the results were mixed; the manufacturers of Kyani Nitro claim that Noni fruit increases production of Nitric Acid, but two of the three studies showed that Noni fruit juice inhibits production of Nitric Oxide. Overall, it could be that Noni is unpredictable as a Nitric Oxide booster, or that it doesn’t work at all.
Either way, we are not convinced that Kyani Nitro is an effective Nitric Oxide booster; as that is the only purpose of this supplement, and all of the supposed benefits are a result of improved Nitric Oxide levels, we are not convinced that Kyani Nitro works to benefit the consumer at all.
The ingredients found in Kyani Nitro are detailed below. One serving is one ml of the liquid, and consumers are instructed to take two or three servings per day.
The label on the bottle of Kyani Nitro states that “This product contains Niacin. Niacin may
cause flushing, tingling and skin reddening particularly on an empty stomach.” It does not mention any other potential side effects.
One distributer mentions that often people report feeling warm in the 10-30 minutes after taking a dose, and some people experience mild headaches in the first few days of use.
Noni juice can cause diarrhoea, nausea, bloating and gas, but this could be in part due to the fibre content of the juice. It is unclear whether a concentrated extract would have any side effects. Noni juice has been linked with liver damage in a few cases.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as noni has been used historically to induce abortions. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. Not suitable for anyone with kidney or liver damage. Consult your doctor before purchasing this product if you have any health issues or concerns about the suitability of this product, or if you are taking any medications. Despite claims made by some Kyani distributers, this product is not a medicine, and should not be used to replace prescribed medications for illnesses, injuries and ailments. Do not consume Kyani products if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
There are some customer reviews for Kyani Nitro online. Many are by distributers who earn a commission on sales, and so are inherently biased; we have tried to avoid using reviews by distributers who are trying to sell products.
Overall spent $765 on the distibutor package. (Before trying any products; stupid) spent almost $30 to ship back. 2 packages came separately because they “forgot” to include one item in the package. Unfortunately I opened the sunrise bottle (which tasted great) but cannot return obviously; and one small plastic bottle of nitro fx. The nitro, I did not understand how to use it because the person who sold it to me was talking about glass droppers which I did not have (in the small plastic bottles) and the directions on the back of bottle said squirt 2-3 drops while the person who sold it says that’s wrong, squirt 10 drops. I repeatedly said that’s not what the bottle says but he insisted the bottle was wrong. First of all, even “under your tongue” the nitro is absolutely disgusting. It is a brown gross color and tastes horrible! I could not stand to put myself through that torture 3 times per day, it was making me feel sick. Absolutely disgusting taste. 5 weeks ago I mailed my return packages and today on my credit card statement I saw a $100 credit. There better be more credit coming because I know I returned way more than $100 worth of products unopened. (I only opened the sunset bottle, sunrise bottle and one small nitro- everything else unopened I sent back) Also, how can you resell products that have been potentially “hampered” with. I know there are shady people out there in the world who can easily reseal a package so that it looks unopened after putting who knows what in it. That fact alone with all the returns and reselling I do not feel confident in any products because I don’t know who has touched them before me. Also, other distrubutors were all telling me different things about how to use the products, scripts, etc. how I could “make money” overall, horrible experience. I never should have fallen for it.
ABSOLUTELY DO NOT PURCHASE Xtreme Nitro! IT DOES NOT WORK AT ALL.
MY PROGRESS WAS MONITORED BY TRAINED DOCTORS AND THERE WERE NO IMPROVEMENTS. A PLACEBO PILL WAS ALSO USED AND THE RESULTS WERE THE SAME!
THE CUSTOMER SERVICE WAS AWFUL. I RECOMMEND YOU STICK WITH STORE GNC PRODUCTS OR STICK WITH A NATURAL DIET.
WASTE OF TIME. WASTE OF MONEY.
I work construction and I do not workout any more than that I take 2 pulls in the morning and 2 at lunch I did not change anything to do worth eating habits and so on after about a month a lost about 20lbs and my muscles seemed a little bigger I’m on my third bottle and they’re has not been any change since the first month it did something but not worth the money!
I do not agree with the previous reviews! I am a professional trainer and I have been taking nitro xtreme in liquid ( not pills) for the past two years.
I am able to perform better in my workouts, I have seen tremendous results in my muscle building!!! I am also in better health, Nitro is crucial to your body, do your own research how it works.
The manufacturer offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, stating:
Kyäni is confident you will love our products. We offer Customers a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. If you aren’t satisfied with your initial order for any reason, we will refund your money. For additional questions, please contact Kyäni Customer Service at the contact information below.
It is important to note that this is the returns policy for customers, not distributers, who will only receive 90% of their money back on unopened products:
Customers get 100% of the purchase price refunded (less shipping and handling) when they return all used and unused products within 30 days of the date of purchase. … Distributors can get up to a 90% (a 10% restocking fee is taken from the purchase price) refund on marketable inventory (defined as unopened and undamaged products) purchased in the last 12 months.
Kyani products cannot be purchased directly from the company without logging into the website first, using a customer or distributor ID and password. The official website refuses to provide an official price list without signing in first, which allows for Kyani representatives to market the product however they like. There are literally hundreds of online stores that sell Kyani products, and there are many more Kyani distributers that do not have an online presence.
Kyani Nitro is available from the official Kyani web-shop, but customers have to sign in first; a 56 ml bottle costs £47.94 for UK customers or $66.95 for customers in the USA.
Prime customers can purchase the product for the discounted price of £44.34 or $62.95. However, in order to receive this discount, customers have to pay a fee to join Kyani Prime. For UK customers, a 6 month membership costs £ 34.80, and for US customers it costs $39.00.
On amazon, the Kyani Health Triangle, which includes 30 1oz. Packets of Kyäni Sunrise, 1 bottle of Kyäni Sunset (90 Count) and 1 bottle of Kyäni Nitro FX (56ml), costs $142.85, with free shipping.
On the official website, the Kyani triangle of health (same products as above) costs £99.95 or $145.95 plus shipping. Prime customers pay a slightly discounted cost of £92.95 or $135.95, with free shipping.
It also appears that customers who order through a kyani distributer can sign up to an autoship program for a discount. We strongly advise that autoship programs are avoided, as they can be difficult to cancel, are easy to forget about, and can end up being more expensive in the long run, especially when the consumer has numerous unwanted products.
Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.