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Hokkaido Japanese Diet Pill Review

 

The Japan Hokkaido diet pill seems to attract quite a few searches on Google from dieters desperate to shed some weight.  Researching this weight loss solution was not easy to say the least, the Internet is riddled with sites selling Hokkaido diet pills all aimed at the USA market!

They are generally imported from China, Japan and Vietnam and their price varies a great deal. They are marketed as being Traditional Chinese Medicine that has been back by 2,000 years of research, 100% natural and offer ‘guaranteed weight loss’!…….first warning sign is when I see the word ‘guaranteed’ liberally spread over a weight loss website!!

There appears to be no official website for the Hokkaido diet pill so apart from researching that it comes from areas in Asia the company that it derives from is a mystery.

I managed to find one site that states that the company name is Japan Hokkaido Cangye Pharmacy Co., Ltd. However, as this slimming tablet is peddled on Alibaba.com – an infamous selling platform for Asian countries and notorious for alleged fake goods – it could be that this company is selling a ‘white label’ product where they have their own customized labels put on bottles.

Equally this could have been the official site – it was impossible to tell!

 

What Do Hokkaido Diet Pills Claim To Do?

 

As the exact origin of Japan Hokkaido diet pills seems to be untraceable I can only relay what claims I have found on various, high ranking sites.

Practically all are making claims of substantial weight loss at lightning speed.  Other claims are that it makes you go to the toilet to flush out fats, increases your fat burning capacity and reduces fat absorption.  All this from taking two capsules, once a day with water?

There is so many red flag warning signs with these claims it’s almost unbelievable. Firstly, anything that guarantees weight loss is suspect – everyones’ bodies react differently; from quick weight loss through to nothing at all.

Secondly, is it really wise to be attempting to do a blanket block out of fats?  Some fats are good for you and blocking them could be very harmful. Whilst this may seem a contradiction, your body does actually need some fats in order to lose weight and function properly – it’s the type of fat that counts and is key!

 

Hokkaido Diet Pill Ingredients

 

After looking at several sites including Amazon and Alibaba the ingredients of Hokkaido diet pills seems to be:

Dill extract – claims relating to the Hokkaido pills are stating that Dill extract reduces the accumulation of fat and increases the metabolism. Absolutely no evidence what so ever that this is the case so totally unfounded.

Chinese rose extract -  studies found that Chinese rose extract had an increased oxidation effect on lard. But a human body is not lard – I cannot find anything that suggests that Chinese rose extract has any effect on human weight loss let alone any clinical trials or scientific research.

Details of the trials on lard can be found here : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12561613

Evening primrose extract lotus – there are some claims from non authority sites that state that evening primrose extract lotus helps to inhibit the absorption of fats.  There is nothing official at all about this; even Wikipedia draws a blank! Every search for this obscure extract brings up sites relating to Hokkaido diet pills, so it looks as though no one else uses it.

I’m sure if was a proven weight loss aid then there would be many weight loss products incorporating it into their products. As it stands, it is an unknown ingredient with no clinical evidence available.

 You would assume that if these ingredients have been tried and tested for over 2,000 years then there would be some titbit of documentation somewhere on the World Wide Web wouldn’t you?

Searches relating to these ingredients seem to only bring up results that are relating to Japan Hokkaido pills so it would seem that this product is the only one which uses them!

 

Is There Anything Else In Them?

 

I had to mention that one site that was ranking highly had a very strange ingredient mentioned in their FAQ section. It went on in great depth about the use of Reishi mushrooms giving the impression that they were in the ingredients.

There seems to be no mention of mushrooms in other sites’ descriptions, so cannot establish if there is any truth in what was stated. However, if Hokkaido slimming tablets do contain reishi mushrooms then I feel I have to draw that to your attention as because this pill is so mysterious it cannot be ignored. The site, whist ranking highly, was in very poor broken English and certainly gave the impression that they knew the product well.

IF Hokkaido diet pills contain reishi mushroom then there’s a few warnings that need to be pointed out.
Here’s what WebMD.com has to say about them:

 

 

” Medications for high blood pressure (Antihypertensive drugs) interacts with REISHI MUSHROOM
   Reishi mushroom might decrease blood pressure. Taking reishi mushroom along with medications for high blood pressure might cause your blood pressure to go too low.

 

Some medications for high blood pressure include captopril (Capoten), enalapril (Vasotec), losartan (Cozaar), valsartan (Diovan), diltiazem (Cardizem), Amlodipine (Norvasc), hydrochlorothiazide (HydroDIURIL), furosemide (Lasix), and many others.

    Medications that slow blood clotting (Anticoagulant / Antiplatelet drugs) interacts with REISHI MUSHROOM

    High doses of reishi mushroom might slow blood clotting. Taking reishi mushroom along with medications that also slow clotting might increase the chances of bruising and bleeding.

    Some medications that slow blood clotting include aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflam, others), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others), naproxen (Anaprox, Naprosyn, others), dalteparin (Fragmin), enoxaparin (Lovenox), heparin, warfarin (Coumadin), and others.”

 

They go on to say…..

 

“Reishi mushroom is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when used appropriately. It can cause some side effects including dryness of the mouth, throat, and nasal area along with itchiness, stomach upset, nosebleed, and bloody stools. Drinking reishi wine can cause a rash. Breathing in reishi spores can trigger allergies.”

“Low blood pressure: Reishi mushroom seems to be able to lower blood pressure. There is a concern that it might make low blood pressure worse and could interfere with treatment. If your blood pressure is too low, it’s best to avoid reishi mushroom.

A clotting disorder called thrombocytopenia: High doses of reishi mushroom might increase the risk of bleeding in people with thrombocytopenia. If you have this condition, don’t use reishi mushroom.”

www.webmd.com

 

 

Please exercise extreme caution as there can be some serious consequences if you have a tendency to low blood pressure or have any allergies to mushrooms in general.

 

Hokkaido Diet Pill Side Effects

 

It was again very hard to establish if any ‘real’ users have had any side effects whilst taking Hokkaido pills as the whole Internet seems to be splattered with fake sites promoting it.
That being said, many of these sites by their own admission are stating that there are no side effects and then directly contradicting themselves by listing the following:

 

  • Cravings for water
  • Sweating
  • Dizziness
  • sore bones
  • ….and skin rashes

 

This is apparently due to the detoxification that the pills are performing and is ‘quite normal’!
Sore bones???……I’ve never had sore bones before – have you? 8-O
I wouldn’t say that there is no side effects given that list!

 

WARNING: It is not advisable to take Hokkaido diet pills if you are a pregnant women, nursing mother, elderly, if you are under 18, if you suffer with severe heart problems, gastric problems or are ill.

 Strangely enough, many sites are claiming that it’s totally fine to take however ill you are as it will only benefit you…….total contradiction!

 

Are Hokkaido Diet Pills Cheap?

 

Well, considering there is no clinical trials, no scientific evidence, no official website with a phone number, no address or even email. And also taking into account that it has the weirdest and almost unknown ingredients of any diet pill I’ve seen so far – you would assume that the Hokkaido diet pill is relatively cheap.

Just like the websites that are promoting it – it seems to be a ‘free for all’; a ‘get as much as you can’ exercise ready to trap the unsuspecting Westerner.

One site for example, which incidentally is the same high ranking site that goes into great depth about the use of reishi mushrooms charges $19.50 for one bottle followed by a whopping $20 for shipping!

Two bottles goes to $ 21.60 shipping, three bottles goes to $24.00 shipping!
This tactic is obviously pushing customers to buy in bulk!

On the other hand it is being sold on Ebay for anything up to $60 per bottle which is scandalous when you consider that a bottle is only $7 wholesale (and they’re still making a profit at that!)

 

Are They Dangerous?

 

I cannot find any reports of anyone becoming really ill on these pills however I would imagine that it would be almost impossible to sue a company that you cannot trace; and even if you could would the same laws apply over in China, Japan, Vietnam or the Philippines?  

Would you be willing to take the risk?

 

Conclusion

 

Mysterious ingredients that has no traceable evidence to support any weight loss claims. No clinical trials on Hokkaido pill themselves. No clear company information. No contact details or official website. Extortionately expensive to the point of it being ridiculous. Outlandish claims of guaranteed weight loss. Totally polar opposite statements regarding side effects.

Etc etc etc…..I think you get the drift :)

There are diet pills available that unlike the Hokkaido diet pill have had clinical trials, don’t make wild claims, come from established and reputable companies without any tricky hidden expenses.

 

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Hi, I'm Natalie Cooper, founder of the Diet Pill Review Site. The aim of the site is to help consumers from being scammed or becoming ill from many of the slimming aids that are available on the market today. Find me at on Google+

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