It's a laxative with caffeine.
It has two plant-based laxatives; senna, which is the same thing that's in Ex-Lax and Senocot, and cassia, which isn't used commercially as a laxative much anymore because it can work very suddenly and cause an embarrassing accident. It also has caffeine under more than one name. The other ingredients are just miscellaneous junk plants that have pretty names but do nothing for you. So you might lose weight from it, just like you would lose weight by abusing Ex-Lax, because you're giving yourself permanent diarrhea.
You're also likely to be giving yourself permanent credit headaches. It's sold through "distributors" whose websites look very sketchy. It's a pyramid scheme where they actually make their money by charging people to sell it, not from the product itself. They charge a fairly hefty "set-up" or "buy-in" that includes very limited instructions in how to set up a website, so the "distributors" can take your credit card and your money but they don't have enough training to keep the card info secure. This is a very, very common way to get your identity stolen.
There's nothing in this product that you can't get in your neighborhood drugstore, and if you buy it there, at least you don't have to worry that you're giving your credit card number AND YOUR HOME ADDRESS to a website run by amateurs who could be doing anything with it.
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