Zi Xiu Tang Bee Pollen - Do You Really Know What Is In Zi Xiu Tang?
What is Zi Xiu Tang bee pollen?
Zi Xiu Tang bee pollen capsules are the world's most popular bee pollen product. The process of collecting bee pollen is extremely labor intensive. Chinese apiaries are able to acquire the massive numbers of skilled and diligent workers needed to collect the natural raw ingredient. But is the finished product Zi Xiu Tang really just bee pollen?
The makers of Zi Xiu Tang assure us all that:
"Zi Xiu Tang ensures the purest, most effective formulated ingredients. The ingredients used are entirely natural and contain no preservatives, additives, or artificial colors. This formula was extensively tested in over 1,000 clinical trial cases until the best formula was achieved. The end result was a revolutionary formula that would penetrate deep into cells, dissolve fat, and expel it for fast weight loss."
There is every reason to believe that a bee pollen product could be formulated without preservatives. After all, bees need bee pollen to stay fresh, too. The naturally occurring antioxidants in bee pollen keep it fresh, even fresher when it is hermetically sealed in a capsule.
The idea that bee pollen chemicals somehow "penetrates deep" into cells and dissolves fat, however, is hogwash. First of all, think about a cell. Cells are very, very small. There are trillions of cells in the human body. Just how "deep" does something have to go to penetrate a cell.
And if this solvent dissolves fat, why doesn't it dissolve the whole cell? After all, cells are lined with phospholipids. These are fats. Why don't people who use Zi Xiu Tang just dissolve into a puddle of cooking oil in the middle of the floor?
The simple fact is that the product claims are a lie. There is nothing in bee pollen that "penetrates deep" into a fat cell that isn't in anything else you eat. And if fat is expelled from a cell, where does it go?
Customer reviews of Zi Xiu Tang bee pollen capsules describe the action of diuretics. These are prescription medications that cause increased urination and short-term weight loss. People who don't drink more water when they take Zi Xiu Tang experience dry mouth, dry skin, sun sensitivity, and muscle cramps, but they lose weight. People who drink extra water when they take Zi Xiu Tang experience a variety of symptoms but they don't lose weight. It's as simple as that.
To admit that the product is really something you'd get behind the pharmacist's desk at a pharmacy would belie the fact it's anything but natural.
Don't buy Zi Xiu Tang. There is no way of knowing what the ingredients really are. You might lose weight, or you might not, but it won't stay off very long, and there is no way of knowing what other side effects-up to and including death, if you also take prescription drugs for thinning the blood or seizures-you will experience if you take this Chinese pill. Please be sure use only pure bee pollen.