Below we take an in-depth look to see how effective Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic is at aiding weight loss and boosting the metabolism.
Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic is a metabolism boosting weight loss aid that is manufactured by Black Knight Supplements. The manufacturers state that the product can be used as a pre-workout supplement or as a daily energy boosting weight loss supplement.
The product comes in a glass bottle instead of a plastic bottle, and refill packs (containing less pills) are available in plastic pouches.
Black Knight Supplements are based in the UK, and their contact details are all available on their official website.
For best results take one to two capsules in the morning 1 hour before food every day for six days. Break for one day and then repeat the process. This capsule may be large for some people, but can be consumed by separating the shell and pouring the contents into a small amount of water.
Black Knight Supplements, the manufacturers of this product, have stated that Excalibur Metabolic Magic has the following benefits.
The ingredients used in Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic are listed below. The ingredient quantities provided are per serving of two capsules.
Caffeine is known to boost the metabolism for a few hours after consumption, and may have a very mild effect upon the appetite, although this is short lived. The product contains both caffeine as a separate ingredient, and green tea, which naturally contains some caffeine. Green tea also contains a variety of catechins. Some of these, especially EGCG have been linked with increased thermogenesis in the body. Thermogenesis is the creation of heat which burns calories in the process, and so could contribute to weight loss efforts. Capsicum also appears to increase thermogenesis in the body.
Bitter orange extract is a stimulant ingredient that will increase the metabolism; when combined with caffeine, as it is in this supplement, the effects of both are amplified.
L-carnitine is an amino acid; when used to aid muscle building it is used in much higher doses than are found here. L-Tyrosine is another amino acid. Although it is sometimes credited as an appetite suppressant, the clinical evidence is sparse, and it appears to work best as an energy booster for consumers who are suffering from fatigue.
Side effects associated with the use of Bitter Orange include increased heart rate and increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, fainting, and even heart attack and stroke in healthy patients. The Mayo Clinic has recommended avoiding use of Bitter Orange and its extracts because in their opinion, the risk of using the product is not worth the pay-off of some weight loss that could be achieved using other means. Consumers should remember that the effects of the stimulants found in Bitter Orange are enhanced when combined with caffeine.
Significant quantities of caffeine can cause side effects such as headaches, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations and problems sleeping. Green tea and guarana are also sources of caffeine. Green tea can also cause constipation.
Capsicum can cause increased sweating, stomach irritation, flushed skin and a runny nose. L-carnitine can cause a variety of side effects such as nausea, vomiting, stomach upset, heartburn, diarrhoea, and seizures. It can also cause the consumer’s sweat, urine and breath to develop a fishy odour. Most of these side effects are unlikely when taking the small dose found in Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic.
Not suitable for those under the age of 18. Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Individuals sensitive to stimulants should begin use with half the recommended dosage to help access your tolerance. Do not use if you have any pre-existing medical condition including (but not limited to): hypertension, heart, liver, or thyroid disease, diabetes, asthma, stroke or if you are taking an MAO inhibitor or any other prescription drug. Reduce or discontinue use if excessive sleeplessness, tremors, dizziness, nervousness, headaches, or heart palpitation occur.
Tested athletes may need to consult their federation before consuming this product.
There are numerous customer reviews for Excalibur Metabolic Magic on both amazon’s UK website and on the Monster Supplement’s sales page.
It does decrease my appetite a bit, but I don’t notice a whole lotta energy or anything. Everyone who says the pill is too big to swallow is prissy.
I have been using these for about 3 weeks now, I have lost weight but I also changed my diet which I know plays a major factor. I only do weight training and no cardio and have lost 1 stone so far. I try to aim for 5 meals a day but find it hard as these tablets seem to make me less hungry. I do get jittery when I have these in the morning and end up with a short burst of energy that doesn’t last long at all. I am losing weight, I do take these tablets so can only give the thumbs up.
Very Very good product, absolutely blown away!!
This product is fantastic cheaper than other alternatives and great results!!! honestly really great results and there so easy to take just 2 in the morning! will buy again.
The developers obviously spent way too much time on a cool design rather than putting time into making a good product. The only positive for me was the fact that I felt a little more awake if I was tired. Overall I was disappointed with the product as it had very little effect, so I would not recommend this as a fat burner or pre-workout.
I’m really disappointed with this product… I read all the reviews, even external reviews which were mostly giving top marks. I tried it twice and both times it’s first makes me very I’ll like I’m gonna vomit, slightly dizzy, and then after 40mins I get very tired and lethargic! Very strange for a fat burner to make me tired! It’s ruined my training regime on both occasions.. They are now collecting dust in a drawer! I’m going back to Ripped Freak as they are a millions times better and actually work… I just fancied a change and unfortunately I have picked the wrong choice!! Maybe it’s just that I have had a bad reaction to them but I will avoid at all costs and warn my buddies to try something else
Good value for money product in comparison to other supplements available. Noticeable boost in energy about 45 minutes after taking them and helped to maintain a high metabolism during the day to help melt away fat. Definitely buying again.
The use of stimulant ingredients such as bitter orange and several sources of caffeine suggests to us that the product could aid weight loss by increasing the body’s metabolic rate. The presence of green tea and capsicum could also increase thermogenesis in the body. The product appears to be fairly strong, but some additional information about the exact ingredients used would be useful in determining the actual strength of the product. For example, several ingredients could contain naturally occurring caffeine, but there is no information stating the total dose of caffeine per serving. The amount of bitter orange appears to be very high, but it is not clear if this is an extract of bitter orange, or just bitter orange peel; stating the synephrine dose found in the bitter orange would again help customers to decide whether this product is going to be a strength that they are happy with.
Customer reviews are mixed; some noted a boost to their energy levels, whilst others noticed mild appetite suppression but no other benefits. One customer even reported feeling more lethargic whilst using the product.
Overall, the ingredients should aid weight loss through increasing thermogenesis and the body’s metabolic rate, but side effects are also possible.
Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic is available direct from the medieval nutrition official website, as well as from several third party retailers.
From the official website a bottle of 90 capsules costs £39.99 plus delivery. A 50 capsule refill pack costs £24.99 plus delivery charges. A bottle of 90 capsules and a 50 capsule refill pack are available together for £49.99 plus delivery charges. Finally, there is also a three for two offer, with three bottles of 90 capsules costing £99.98.
A bottle of 90 capsules is available from monster supplements, costing £26.99 with free UK shipping.
A bottle of 90 capsules will last for 45 days, whilst a refill pack of 50 capsules will last for 25 days.
There is no money-back guarantee for this product. The manufacturers do not detail what their returns policy is anywhere on their official website.
The returns policies of third party retailers may vary.
Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic is an interesting diet pill; the ingredient quantities would suggest that the product is very strong, but we believe that raw ingredients have been used rather than specific extracts, which could reduce the strength of the product. Some customers are impressed by the product and its strength, whilst others feel that it has had little effect upon them. Customer opinions are split over the energy boost the product provides; some report side effects and a short burst of energy, others report subtle energy, and finally some report that they felt little or no changes at all in their energy levels.
There are also some customer complaints about the size of the capsules. The ingredients used in Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic generally have good clinical support, but some of the ingredient quantities are less than ideal, such as the doses of L-carnitine and L-tyrosine.
The product is not covered by a money-back guarantee, and the manufacturers even fail to detail their returns policy on the official website. A single bottle is fairly expensive, but will last for 45 days.
Overall, we do not recommend Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic to our readers. There are cheaper products available that contain better extracts of similar ingredients that are found in Medi-Evil Excalibur Metabolic Magic.
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