Amphedrine Review

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Amphedrine is not the same product as Amfedrine. The two supplements are manufactured by different companies and have a completely different list of ingredients. The Amphedrine website markets the weight loss product as an extreme energy and fat loss supplement. The ingredient list is full of stimulants, as is the case with many energy supplements trying to push into the weight loss market.

List of Ingredients

L-Lysine-4 Hydroxyephedrine HCL, Methyl-Hordenine HCL, Synephrine HCL; Synthetic 99% Guggulsterones Z&E 1:1, Yohimbine HCL, Caffeine Anhydrous USP, Bioperine.

Product Features

Methyl-Hordenine, Synephrine and Caffeine are all very well known stimulants. In the case of stimulants, aside from caffeine, the milligrams do not tell the whole story. Some stimulants can pack a strong punch in just a small amount while others require more to offer any stimulating effects. Amphedrine offers more than enough of every stimulant ingredient to leave the dieter feeling like their heart is beating out of the chest.

In addition to the Methyl-Hordenine and Synephrine kick, Amphedrine includes 250 mg of Caffeine. Over the counter medications to prevent sleep include 200 mg. The trio of stimulants in Amphedrine will increase heart rate, increase blood pressure and cause jitters in most dieters. Only dieters who consume large amounts of caffeine on a regular basis should try this product.

Aside from the huge amount of stimulants, there is one ingredient we are seeing more often – Bioperine. The extract of black pepper has shown some positive results in clinical studies. The black pepper literally heats up the body causing weight loss.

Amphedrine comes with a long warning that suggests dieters use the product for only 8 weeks at a time. The label goes on to suggest dieters refrain from drinking caffeine or taking medications with caffeine while using Amphedrine. If dieters suffer from shortness of breath, severe headaches or dizziness they should stop taking the supplement.

Amphedrine sells for $34.95 to $39.95 depending on the retailer chosen. The official website does not offer direct ordering from the manufacturer.

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  • Caffeine is proven to increase weight loss.


  • Too many stimulants for most dieters.
  • Warnings on label could mean the product is dangerous.
  • The manufacturer does not sell the product directly.
  • Links to retailers selling the supplements are out of date.


The ingredients in Amphedrine are far too strong from most of the dieting population. The suggested dose of 2 capsules twice a day means an intake of 500 mg of caffeine, 50 mg of Methyl-Hordenine and an unknown amount of Synephrine.

Instead of packing in the stimulants, we suggest finding a product with moderate amounts of caffeine that includes proven ingredients like green tea and chromium. This product is simply not safe for regular dieting use.

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