Avlimil

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You may of heard of Enzyte but did you know that Avlimil was from the same marketing company? Our reviewers were not so impressed. Find out what they had to say about Avilimil

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Avlimil Review

Avlimil Complete Introduction and Review

Avlimil was developed for ladies who may have hormonal fluctuations due to childbirth, menopause, or other reasons. They are typically looking for an effective solution to get them back into their sexual groove. The active ingredients in Avlimil may help ease some of the symptoms of menopause such as:

  • Cold/night sweats
  • Hot flashes
  • General Irritability
  • FSD, FSAD, and HSDD

Avlimil comes as a tablet form that is to be taken one tablet per night. It is well marketed by Vianda which is famously known for it's legal trouble aquired with it's flagship product, Enzyte. It's to be determined if Avlimil follows the same fate as being known as a scam on the internet

How Does Avlimil Work

The precise blend of nutrients in Avlimil Complete is designed to relieve the symptoms of menopause and help you get back to feeling like yourself. The list of herbs and extracts in Avlimil are chosen carefully from natural sources and according to Vianda are supposed to balance hormonal activity in the female body. Avlimil does not contain synthetic hormones like estrogen and progesterone. According to it's marketing taking the pill daily helps balance hormones in females which will supposedly help with ailments like FSD

Active Ingredients in Avlimil

Like most products in this category Avlimil makes it's product from all natural ingredients including:

  • Salvia Officinalis (sage leaf) - Said to have more uses than as it's typically used, as a seasoning it is generally used for appetite loss, excessive perspiration, sore throat; also taken for also taken for bloating, diarrhea, and intestinal inflammation. Sometimes used to regulate breast milk over production.
  • Rubus Idaeus (red raspberry leaf) - Another cure all herb which has been a traditional folk remedy for all kinds of stomach problems and pregnancy complications.
  • Pueraria Montana Isoflavones (kudzu root extract) - An extract of the Kudzu Weed, traditionally found in Asia. Kudzu extract is claimed to have ability to treat many conditions including measles, diarrhea, migraine; components claimed to reduce alcoholics' need for alcohol.
  • Trifolium Pratense (red clover extract) - Usually used for breathing problems such as cough and bronchitis; sometimes used for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Isoflavone compounds isolated from red clover flowers are believed by some herbalists and folk remedy practitioners to prevent breast and prostate cancer. (This has not been scientifically evaluated). They are believed to contain compounds that are similar to estrogen. Some people believe that red clover extract is useful for treating hot flashes associated with menopause. However, a recent scientific study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association
  • Capsicum Annuum (capsicum pepper) - Primarily used as a seasoning; this is the chemical that makes hot peppers hot; also used in some tear gas products and pepper sprays. Used topically, it is effective in reducing certain types of pain. Basically thought to increase blood flow to the clitoris. Taken orally, capsicum it is supposed to be good for a myriad of conditions including yellow fever, malaria, all sorts of stomach and intestinal disorders and a tonic for the circulatory system. (This has not been scientifically evaluated)
  • Glycyrrhiza Glabra (black licorice root) - Used as a natural flavoring for black licorice; also useful for bronchitis,cough stomach inflammation and stomach ulcers. Licorice root has many drug interactions and should be avoided during pregnancy.
  • Morella Cerifera (bayberry fruit) - Also known as candle berry, wax myrtle. Used for cough and bronchitis, skin conditions; sometimes prescribed for insomnia and liver ailments.
  • Turnera Diffusa (damiana leaf) - Thought to be useful for male impotence and female sexual disorders; plant grows in Mexico, Caribbean regions and parts of Africa.
  • Valeriana Officinalis (valeriana root) - Most commonly used as a natural tranquilizer or insomnia treatment; claimed to be useful in many common female problems such as PMS, symptoms of pregnancy. Uterine spasms, menopause, and stomach cramps.
  • Zingiber Officinale (ginger root) - Commonly used as a flavoring for spicy foods (such as spicy Indian kebabs) or mixed with sugar and used to flavor drinks or jellies. Probably effective for appetite loss, indigestion and motion sickness. Used in Asia to treat colds.
  • Actaea Racemosa (black cohosh root) - Herbalists use black cohosh root to treat hot flashes and insomnia associated with menopause. It was once believed that the black cohosh had estrogen-like properties.

Potential Side Effects and Risks:

The drawback of Avlimil, is its high cost and lack of a money back guarantee. We would feel more comfortable with this product if it came with a satisfaction guarantee. If you are interested in trying Avlimil, you will need to see your doctor first. If you look at the parent company Vianda and do some research you will find they are also the company marketing Enzyte which has come under civil law suites and Federal Indictment. There all also several class action law suits from users claiming the product does not work. We had no issues canceling our auto bill but if you decide to order you may want to take precautions financially.

Avlimil Complete Panel Results

Unfortunately no results were observed during a 1 month trial of Avlimil by 3 volunteers to the FeminineReview panel. We may decide to run another round of trials for review in the future but until then are recommending other libido boosters reviewed by our panel.

Should You Buy Alvmil?

Our readers are saying look elsewhere but Avlimil is selling. Many people swear that the use of Avlimil has lead to a more satisfying sex life, just like the advertisements claim.

If you believe in alternative medicine or folk medicine, Avlimil may be for you because it contains a little bit of many ingredients that various people associate with a woman's sexual health.

You have to decide for yourself. However, if you are not satisfied, make sure to read and understand the return policy completely. If you do not follow the return policy carefully, you will have a hard time getting your money back.

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