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Auckland, New Zealand

#271 May 22, 2009
How much weight did you lose during 3 months? and now after you stopped drinking paiyouji, do you eat a large amount of food?

My headache is gone (hopefully for every)


#272 May 22, 2009
I lose 7 kilos..but without any exercise:(
but now I eat normly but Itry to eat less ..cos 2 kilos up again ^_^..

Palm City, FL

#273 May 24, 2009
hey guys i ilve in miami,,,, i order 2 boxes of paiyouji from the web site,,
i just used one,,, its fantastic,,,,,!!!!! i dont need the other one,,, actually im saling it...mi email is [email protected]

Palm City, FL

#274 May 24, 2009
sorry... is [email protected]

Luleĺ, Sweden

#275 May 25, 2009
Today is 1 week & I lost 3 kilos already!
Hope it works more!

Singapore, Singapore

#277 May 27, 2009
Hi guys. There seem to be something suspicious about this product because I had some concerns after consuming it for 9 days.(Heart palpitations, tension headaches, dry mouths, all consistent with the symptoms of someone taking drugs like amphetamine or speed.)

I wrote to FDA to look up on this product, and this was the reply they gave me.

"Thank you for your message to the Division of Drug Information at the
Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), one of the five centers
within the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

"Paiyouji" is not an FDA/CDER approved drug product so that CDER has no
information on the safety or efficacy of this product.

Our Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) regulates
dietary supplements. I have looked on CFSAN's website but found no
information on "Paiyouji":
You can certainly contact CFSAN directly through their e-mail account
([email protected])"

This is of much concern because all these people from "UK" (as seen in the posts prior to mine) are SO confident of it's effectiveness, but they failed to mention one crucial point - it isn't FDA approved, and might post great risks upon consumption. I am also equally suspicious that they are adamant on pimping paiyouji websites, thereby attempting to increase website traffic.

One glaring mistake? On the product box, paiyouji is deemed to be able to "brake down fats", an appalling spelling error that could not have taken place IF this product is indeed produced in UK.

This product is made in China, folks, and it isn't tested, it isn't FDA approved, and it is probably dangerous.

My two cents.

London, UK

#278 May 27, 2009
Nessa, what's the spelling error you are referring to??? My box says "Brakes down excess fats, targets fatty tissue around the waist, buttocks & legs..." Where did you buy your box from?
By the way, I am not in any way promoting the Paiyouji website for personal gain. I just believe that IF I am going to take it, then at least if it comes from there, I know it has to be genuine and not one of the very dangerous fakes circulating.

Auckland, New Zealand

#279 May 28, 2009
Thank you for sharing with us FDA reply. Please let us know what CFSAN will answer you.
When I started taking the first box I suspected there are some other secret ingredients in paiyouji. Few years ago I took an appetite suppressing drug (prescribed by a doctor) and got similar side effects but they were more intense.

With paiyouji most of the side effects vanished by second box. It is too good to be true if it is only fibres and vitamins as paiyouji claims.

Before I ordered paiyouji, I searched FDA site but couldn’t find any information about it. So I thought since there is no warning about it, then it is safe!!

Tirana, Albania

#280 May 28, 2009
i think nessa is right. LOOK at this site and you will se that this tea contain substances Sibutramin and Phenolphthalein....

is a zwizerian site,
International product lists

Swissmedic is more and more frequently receiving reports of falsified slimming products from other health authorities. The following list of slimming products containing non-declared Sibutramin, Phenolphthalein, Rimonabant or Phenytoin has been received from foreign regulatory authorities (USA, Canada, Singapore, France, Austria and Bulgaria) since the beginning of 2008. Although Swissmedic has not yet discovered these products on the Swiss market, it is strongly warning against their use.

2 Day Diet

3 Day Diet

3x Slimming Power

7 Day Herbal Slim

7 Diet Day/Night Formula

999 Fitness Essence

Best Life Fat Burning Capsules

Extrim Plus

Fatloss Slimming


Hanguo shoushen yihao

Healthily Slim

Imelda Perfect Slim

Japan Lingzhi 24 Hours Diet


Miaozi Slim

Natural Lasmi and Slim 3 in 1


Perfect Slim


Proslim Plus


Royal Slimming Formula

Slim 3 in 1

Slim Express 360

Slim Pure





Venom Hyperdrive 3.0

Based on its latest analyses, Swissmedic once again issues an urgent warning regarding the ordering of medicines via the Internet since these can be dangerous for your health. Individuals may not import large quantities of medicines (i.e. more than one month's supply, for their own use). Further information on the risks of ordering medicines via the Internet and the legal provisions relating to the importing of medicine from abroad can be found in our information sheets, at:

Maidstone, UK

#281 May 28, 2009
Hi, everyone, after reading all these posts, all im going to say is that ive been on paiyouji since february and lost nearly 4 stones!!!!

i still want to lose another 2-3 stones, so im going to carry on with paiyouji, as i stopped taking it for a few weeks,

It hasn't harmed me in any way, and when i stopped taking paiyouji for a few weeks, i didn't gain any weight, because i carried on eating healthy with afew odd treats and light exercises!

Singapore, Singapore

#282 May 28, 2009
Elle, the spelling should be "BREAKS down excess fat."

"Brake" =/= break. At least not in any English school that I know off.

Singapore, Singapore

#283 May 28, 2009
And I got it from the official website.

London, UK

#284 May 28, 2009
Nessa, of course you are quite right. I was tired when I read the post last night! Doh!
Sajida, Thank you so much for this valuable information. This is the first time that someone has actually backed up their concerns with actual evidence.(apart from the Greek report) It is also the first time I have seen Paiyouji listed alongside other products that have raised concern with regulatory authorities. I will forward the link onto others who I know take Paiyouji, at least then they can decide for themselves whether to continue taking it.

Burgess Hill, UK

#285 May 28, 2009
Helen, just was wondering why that zwizerian site have listed
GMP as a slimming product (lol)? when GMP means Good Manufacturing Practice this is just from a quick search i done online.

Definition of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is that part of quality assurance which ensures that medicinal products are consistently produced and controlled to the quality standards appropriate to their intended use and as required by the marketing authorisation (MA) or product specification. GMP is concerned with both production and quality control.

Check this link below for more info:

Burgess Hill, UK

#286 May 28, 2009
Hang on ive just noticed that the Paiyouji box has GMP logo on it.

Amman, Jordan

#287 May 28, 2009
Aisha wrote:
<quoted text>
do u buy urs from the dragon mall?? did u nots the diffrent between them???
Hi can you tell me why they stop selling paiyouji? do you know where can I found it? the name of the shop and telephone, my sister in law used it and she lost 25kg, wau!!

Amman, Jordan

#288 May 28, 2009
hi do you know where I can find paiyouji? my sister in law used it an dlost 25kg, please I need shop name and telephone.

London, UK

#289 May 28, 2009
Who in their right mind would take a product called Venom Hyperdrive 3.0??? I'm not surprised it's listed as harmful on the zwizerian site lol!

Tirana, Albania

#290 May 29, 2009
really i trust more the swissmedic site than the chinese. All the chinese slimming products contain SIBUTRAMIN that is a drug:

SIDE EFFECTS: Dry mouth, drowsiness, constipation, difficulty sleeping, or headache may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor promptly. Report promptly: dizziness, back pain, arthritis, increased appetite, stomach pain, mood/mental changes, persistent sore throat, sinus congestion. Unlikely but report promptly: chest pain, fast or irregular heartbeat, flushing or fever, increased thirst, arm or leg swelling, muscle pain or weakness, leg cramps, numbness, vision changes, one-sided weakness, sweating, painful menstruation. Very unlikely but report promptly: seizures, bruising, change in frequency/amount/color of urine, painful urination, yellowing skin or eyes. In the unlikely event you have an allergic reaction to this drug, seek medical attention immediately. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rash, itching, swelling, trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

some side effects of sibutramine may need immediate medical attention. Some of these side effects include depression, unexplained or unusual bleeding, and seizures.

The side effects of this product depend of the organism/

ScienceDaily (Apr. 11, 2009)— Taking herbal food supplements is certainly not free of risk. Since 2005, the poison emergency centers in the German cities of Freiburg and Göttingen have registered a total of 17 patients with health problems after taking Chinese slimming products.

Fifteen women and two men exhibited symptoms of poisoning, including nausea, tachycardia, headache, agitation, dyspnea, and insomnia. A 14-year old girl had to be admitted to a psychiatric ward because of acute confusion. A man developed a psychosis after taking the capsules. Severe symptoms of poisoning mainly occurred in combination with other drugs.

Patients often fail to inform their doctors that they are taking herbal products, as they regard these as harmless. Dieter Müller assumes that the consumption of food supplements containing sibutramine is much greater than has been recorded. Moreover, the causal connection is not recognized in many cases and the poison information center is not consulted. The authors therefore urge that manufacturers should be obliged to declare ingredients and doses.

*Dtsch Arztebl Int 2009; 106(13): 218-22.

Ithink you must contact a doctor before using this tea.

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#291 May 30, 2009
Hi there

I have a question?

I'm breastfeeding.. Do you think taking payoji tea may effect my baby ??

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