Coleus forskohlii has been used for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, but it wasn’t until 1974 that the active ingredient, known as forskolin, was identified by researchers. Still yet, it wasn’t until Dr. Oz featured forskolin on his popular daytime TV show in early 2014 that everyone started talking about it—and supplements manufacturers started producing the product in droves.
Today, it’s nearly impossible to surf the web or open your email without being reminded of this “miracle flower” that can act as a “rapid belly melt,” at least if Dr. Oz is to be believed. Clearly, people are buying forskolin supplements left and right, but does this mean that you should too?
To help you decide, we’ve written reviews about some of the most popular forskolin supplements available, as well as an in-depth expose about what you can expect from taking it.
Be on the lookout for: Unsubstantiated claims (e.g. no clinical evidence), free trials, and autoship programs.
Cyril Alcee: I tried the product for 2 months with no positive results and no weight loss.
The product advertises a 30 day money back guarantee. According to the company, the trial period started from the day...
Janette: They will NEVER refund your money even after trying to send back the product. They take your money and WON'T even send you a replacement or anything. And they will keep charging your card. I have...