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Ivonne Says:
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The difference of the pink pills and the green is that the green are more strong . That's why the green ones was took out the market. This pills have a not good side effects. Do not take this pills

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XXianna Says:
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I have had success on the pill I alternate between the pink ones and the green ones (color package that is) both packets have the same color pill. It's beige and green.

Dry mouth
Heart beat does go fast but this was rare for me.

I do recommend this

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David Says:


Thank you for taking the time to share your review on these.

Just out of curiosity though, what type of pill is this exactly? Is it really only a green tea capsule? I can't imagine a company taking green tea off the market because of its potency; since this in and of itself is usually regarded as a safe.

However, if there are any other binders/fillers in it, then that may be what's attributing to those side effects.

If you would be so kind as to post back with the brand name/manufacturer of this particular supplement, I might be able to identify more information on it and get back to you as well.

Has anyone else on here tried this supplement?

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