Colon Cleansing Detox Supplement contains a bunch of natural products that are beneficial for different processes related to your GI track function: from helping on the digestion of food like papaya, antioxidants like lycopene, protectors of the intestinal flora like inulin or gingseng, that is basically good for almost everything 🙂 Such myriad of sought effects for the same supplement calls for the concern of whether there is enough space in a tablet to contain high enough doses of each compound for a significant impact on any of those functions. That question is hard to answer since the detailed quantitative composition is missing in the label.
Nonetheless, all those ingredients seem beneficial and free (to my knowledge) of adverse effects, so why not to give it a try?
Pills are easy to swallow and the presentation of the product looks correct.
Taking two tablets a day (I assume with meals) is easy to follow and probably gives a more sustained effect than taking both pills at once.
All in all, a seemingly harmless product.
I cannot comment on the benefits because those are not immediate and, most likely, not observable or noticeable. Scarce info on the amounts included in the pills does not help finding out whether we are taking a sufficient dose or not.