What You Should Know
Some of the biggest names in diet supplements have included ingredients such as ephedra and amphetamines. A product that promises to deliver similar results without using these potentially dangerous ingredients is going to garner a great deal of attention from dieters. Phentamedrazine does just that. The real question is, what are they using to produce these results and how well does the product work?
List of Ingredients
The company does not list any of the ingredients in the product. The official website does say the product does not contain amphetamines, ephedra, or speed.
The manufacturers of Phentamedrazine promise that the product will help dieters suppress their appetites by using an amphetamine like substance. A one month supply of the product costs between $50 and $70 depending on the quantity purchased and if auto enrollment is selected. The price does not include taxes or shipping and handling fees.
- Phentamedrazine can easily be purchased online.
- The product is available in an easy to use capsule form.
- The manufacturer does not list the ingredients on the website, only mentions what is not in the product. This makes it impossible to evaluate the possible effectiveness of the product.
- The company says they stand behind their product 100% but offer no information about a money back guarantee.
- There are no medical studies cited showing the product to be effective.
- The company offers no customer testimonials about the effectiveness of the product.
- The product most likely contains strong stimulants which can cause a variety of side effects such as insomnia, dizziness, nausea, and headache.
- The company warns that people who have high blood pressure should not use this product.
There is virtually no logical reason to try Phentamedrazine. The price is on the very high end of comparable diet supplements and the company offers absolutely no money back guarantee that their product will work. They ask consumers to take a blind leap of faith that this product will provide results similar to those of ephedra except in a less harmful way. There are no scientific studies or even customer testimonials which testify to the truth of these claims. The fact that the company offers absolutely no information about the ingredients in the product is especially troubling. There is no way to know how the product will react with other medications or supplements the dieter may already be taking if he or she has no idea what is in this diet supplement. Overall, there are much better diet supplements available on the market that will willingly provide consumers with not only an ingredient list but proof that the product works and a promise to give back the customer’s money if it doesn’t work.