HydroxyBurn Clinical Summary
HydroxyBurn Clinical is a fat burner manufactured by Body Science in Australia. It contains a formula of ingredients, the main one of which is called Bluenesse Melissa Officanalis.
Blueness Melissa Officinalis is known more commonly as lemon balm, but we’re guessing that doesn’t sound fancy enough for Body Science. Or perhaps it doesn’t sound mysterious enough.
Lemon Balm does precisely nothing for weight loss, but is meant to help relax you, and may improve your memory.
The other ingredients are a little more in line with regular fat burners; guarana, green tea, chromium, etc.
Despite the attractive packaging which we admit is spot on, we’d still give Hydroxyburn Clinical a miss…because nice packaging doesn’t burn fat. And, there are better fat loss supplements out there.
Hydroxyburn Clinical Cont’d
Hydroxyburn Clinical looks the part. The bottle is unique and the label oozes the ‘clinical’ feel they are going for, right down to the old school transparent amber-reddish plastic.
There’s 60 tablets in each bottle, which equates to 30 servings, meaning you get about a month out of each one.
BodyScience make the following claims about HC:
- Reduced Cortisol levels
- Premium Quality Bluenesse
- Increased Focus
- Improved Memory
- Supports Thermogenesis
Thermogenesis is fat burning, and aside from the claim that HydroxyBurn Clinical reduces cortisol to help burn fat, the rest is about cognition…oh, and the quality of the lemon balm!
HydroxyBurn Clinical Ingredients
The ingredients and dosages below are in 2 pills of HydroxyBurn Clinical, which is a daily total serving.
- Bluenesse Melissa Officinalis – 1.05 grams
- Paulina Cupana (guarana) – 1 gram
- Camellia Sinensis (green tea) – 25 mg
- Caffeine – 100mg
Total Caffeine = 228 mg
- Chromic Chloride hexahydrate – 4.10 mg
- Chromium Picolinate – 804.6 mg
Total Chromium = 900 mcg
- Riboflavin (Vit B2) – 25 mg
- Potassium Iodide – 39.2 mcg
- Nicotinamide (Vit B3) – 50 mg
Note: the totals don’t appear to add up because the individual ingredients are parent ingredients and supply an equivalent amount of the pure ingredient at a smaller value.
There are a couple of things to pay attention to in the HydroxyBurn Clinical recipe:
Green tea at 25 mg may as well be 25 mg of air for all the fat burning it will do. Most scientific research says 250 mg to 500 mg is the dose it might start taking effect. You’d get more than this product if you made half a cup of green tea.
There are only 3 realistically useful parts of this formula – the total caffeine, the total chromium and the lemon balm.
Chromium might balance blood sugar a little. Lemon balm might relax you a bit. The caffeine will actually do the most work here, provided you ingest no other sources of caffeine while you take this product.
HydroxyBurn Clinical Side Effects and Health Issues
Pregnant and breastfeeding mums should not take this. Neither should people on medication or with a medical issue unless their doctor says it’s okay.
People in good health most likely won’t experience any negative side effects from this. Those especially sensitive to caffeine might feel some mild associated effects but if this is the case then you can just take one tablet for the first day or two to see how it goes.
The Bottom Line – Is HydroxyBurn Clinical Recommended?
To be perfectly honest with you, we do not recommend this one. it is a poor formula dressed up to look fancy. Don’t be fooled.
There aren’t many positives to list about the fat burning potential of this product. There are however quite a few negatives: poor formula, weak green tea dose, unnecessarily complicated inclusion of lemon balm…we won’t go on.
We recommend very few fat burners to our readers. You can find a summary of them by following the link below.