Allowing you to “toss the laxatives”, Puristat can cleanse the colon, improve your mood, provide energy, reduce constipation, indigestion, IBS, diverticulitis, weight gain, and parasites. They apparently advocate education, and they provide the best colon cleansers, multivitamins, liver detoxifiers, etc. In each cleansing plan they provide you with, you get a 7, 14, or 21 day colon cleanse, a 30 day digestive enzymes, a 30 day probiotics, a 30 day omega 3 fatty acids, a 30 day digestive nutrients, dietary directions, RRN Nursing support, a maintenance plan, and a 45 day guarantee. They really cover themselves, don’t they?
In concern to the colon cleansing part of all this, they skimp on the details. They do have ingredients lists, but not lists which would imply that their product would actually cleanse your colon. In addition, the fact that they expect you to take so many different products, apparently hoping that if they use enough things, one will hit the mark, is not a good sign. We could see putting some fruits, vegetables, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants in to account for the things your body might lose during a cleanse. But creating a different product for each part equals out to you paying a lot more than you should.
Puristat focuses so much on getting you “educated” that they forget all about the results of that education, i.e. you getting a good product. Their hope is that you won’t actually read the information, just assume that because it’s there, they must live up to it. They don’t have the right ingredients, the right amounts, the right formulas in general.