We take an in depth look at Royal Slim to find out.
Royal Slim is a supplement that is designed to help you lose weight and according to the product information provides a powerful supplement to health as well.
It contains 10 herbal ingredients and as far as we can see, no added chemicals so will interest you if you like natural products.
It is important to remember that being herbal does not always mean safe. There are some very powerful herbs out there. Even some of the plants in the average garden could cause serious damage or even kill you should you decide to eat them! Herbal extracts can be just as beneficial/ powerful/ dangerous as chemically engineered products.
Royal Slim contains Folium Camellia Sinensis – better known as Tea, Radix Glycyrrhiza Uralensis AKA Liquorice Root and Fructus Crateagus Pinnatifida, otherwise known as Hawthorn.
Other ingredients include Poria Cocos (Poria Mushroom), Yunnan (Radix Auklandia Iappa) and Radix Codonopsis Pilosula (Codonopsis a type of mushroom).
None of these ingredients are very common in western supplements, apart from tea but they are well known in Traditional Chinese Medicine for various purposes
Royal Slim lacks any information about the place of manufacture or who has actually made this supplement. We believe that Royal Slim has been imported from China, which is of major concern.
Royal Slim is a UK based weight loss capsule on sale from a London based (Hounslow) company called Royal Herbal
The product website is attractive but there is very little real information about the background to this company, the supplements they sell, the ingredients or any other useful information.
We checked out the website with security experts and found that the site is based in Poland and has been previously listed on a threat site. This could be related to malware or virus.
No instructions are provided.
According to the product information:
Royal Slim is a superlative combination of ten herbs which act collectively to give slender body with enhanced immune system
Hold back excessive appetite for food and removes excess fat from the adipose tissues from the areas which are more prone to fat deposition like around face, neck, waist, abdomen, buttocks & legs and that too without rebound or fluids loss.
Without rebound? Not sure if that even makes sense. This has obviously been written by someone who does not speak English.
The theme of Royal Slim is to give you with the desired shape within a short time without the effort of tiresome exercises
There is long list of key features such as:
It acts as prophylactic and retroactive tonic which enhances physical and mental performance.
And is a:
A valuable combination which supports the body’s defense system against various diseases and stress.
None of this makes much sense and there is not a shred of evidence to prove these claims.
Royal Slim is supposedly a weight loss supplement. It lacks ingredients information or any directions about how to take it.
Listed ingredients are as follows:
This supplement looks very unsafe. The ingredients are all known in Traditional Chinese medicine and although TCM can be effective, it is important that you visit a trained medicinal practitioner before you try it. Many of the ingredients are potentially very dangerous and should not be taken unsupervised.
In addition, even a TCM expert will struggle with predicting the effects of Royal Slim. There is no information about the ingredient quantities so strength is unknown.
Side effects may be a serious problem.
Royal Slim may cause the following side effects:
Avoid this supplement. It is not suitable for use. Especially at risk are individuals under 18, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding or anyone with an existing medical condition. Avoid if you are taking prescription medication because of interactions. Do not take this supplement.
There is no customer feedback for Royal Slim.
No, this supplement will not work and it is not safe. There are real concerns about Chinese diet pills on the market, like this one. The Chinese government has attempted to clamp down on this dangerous trade by issuing certification to supplements that are safe and keep within safety and manufacturing guidelines. All approved supplements display a blue hat logo. Royal Slim does not come with this assurance. Stay safe and avoid this supplement. The ingredients here are herbal but this does not mean they are safe.
You can buy Royal Slim from a variety of outlets worldwide. We have seen it advertised on websites in France, Saudi Arabia and more.
The UK outlet is Royal Herbal.
1 bottle of 40 capsules costs a whopping £45.00.
Royal Herbal is not available from any reputable retailers or even Amazon UK or eBay.
Royal Slim does not come with a guarantee.
Royal Slim is a shockingly bad supplement. Although the packaging is attractive, that is about the only thing about it that is. The capsules contain a blend of potentially dangerous ingredients in unknown quantities and we are not even told how to take this or how long your bottle of capsules will last.
Chinese supplements are notoriously dangerous. There is a real concern about cheap products like this flooding the market and without the blue hat logo, you have no assurance that this supplement is safe and will not make you ill.
At £45.00 a bottle it is also very expensive. There is no guarantee and no assurance that it will have any effect upon weight.
The company behind Royal Slim – Royal Herbal look dodgy too and the product website has been linked to malware and viruses.
Overall, we can find no redeeming features about this supplement. If you have already bought it and are looking for information, we advise you to stop taking immediately and seek medical advice.
It is an easy decision. We reject Royal Slim.
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