What You Should Know
Phentrazine 37.5 is a product that may or may not be an appetite suppressant and dietary supplement, but nevertheless readers should stay clear of this product. There are numerous (too many to list here) complaints voiced on the Internet about this product, mostly in that the product is a scam. Most complaints stem from the fact that after ordering a trial bottle of Phentrazine 37.5 for just $4.95 the complainants discovered that a further $149.95 had been deducted from their credit cards two weeks later. Apparently this is as a result of the wording in the small print of the terms and conditions. There are other dietary products on the market that offer a free trial or similar, and readers are urgently advised to avoid falling for any of these scams. Phentrazine 37.5 is claimed to be in the sympathomimetic family of appetite suppressants. These drugs are compounds that closely imitate the effects of your sympathetic nervous system. They include such substances as epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and dopamine. They are used to treat low blood pressure, cardiac arrest, or even to delay premature labor. Phentrazine 37.5 is supposed to increase a person’s metabolic rate. Since the higher the metabolic rate the more calories you burn off, this can be considered as a favorable property. The drug may also have appetite suppressant properties.
The fact that after exhaustive research on the Internet we have been unable to find either a website dedicated to this product and therefore no list of ingredients backs up our theory that the product is nothing but a scam.
We believe from reading between the lines that this product may be distributed by a company called PE Labs. It is claimed that Phentrazine 37.5 is the next evolution of Phentermine. It is a new diet supplement that can make it easier for users to increase their metabolic rate in a safe way in order to achieve their weight loss objectives. Phentrazine 37.5 is claimed as possibly being the most effective appetite suppressor ever. The manufacturers say that they work closely with their doctors, pharmacists and chemists to put together the best quality, pharmaceutical grade, non prescription weight loss product on the market today.
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- There is no dedicated website for this product.
- There are numerous complaints about this product and the company that distributes it.
This is a product that is almost certainly a scam and it should be avoided at all costs. A Google search for this product results in a whole page of complaints against the product and the company that distributes it.