What You Should Know
Redotex is a diet supplement manufactured in Mexico by the pharmaceutical company Medix. The “Mexican Miracle Drug” is only available in Mexico with a prescription from a licensed physician. The ingredients in Redotex include depressants and stimulants. The ingredients listed for Redotex are linked to increased metabolism. The FDA has banned the sale of Redotex in the United States. We found evidence stating buyers of Redotex will be detained by U.S. Customs officials .
We did not find an official website offering Redotex. Through research, we did locate third-party distributors which sell Redotex. The websites offer the product for $125 and do not require the buyer to produce a prescription.
List of Ingredients
L-triiodothyronine, D-norpseudoephedrine, Atropine sulfate, Alona, Diazepam.
The main ingredients in Redotex include norpseudoephedrine, Alona, Diazepam, Atropine sulfate and L-triiodothyronine. Norpseudoephedrine is an amphetamine used as a stimulant. The drug has the same properties as the banned substance ephedrine. The substance increases heart rate and blood pressure. Redotex does not include warning regarding possible drug interaction. Ephedrine-based products should not be combined with antidepressants.
Atropine sulfate increases the heart rate as well as affects the parasympatholytic nervous system. Combines with the norpseudoephedrine, the heart rate increases at an unknown rate. Diazepam is commonly used to relieve anxiety, control seizures and reduce muscle spasms. The ingredient can cause dizziness, drowsiness and nausea. The combination of stimulants and depressants can possibly cause an adverse reaction.
Redotex does not provide clinical studies associated with the product, only claims of increased weight loss. The product is available on third party websites for approximately $125 for 30 capsules.
- No advantages are associated with this product.
- Redotex is not available for purchase in the United States.
- Reports have surfaced of U.S. Customs officers detaining individuals in possession of Redotex.
- Claims are not supported by scientific evidence.
- The FDA banned Redotex in the United States.
- Redotex does not have an official website.
- The product is available on third-party websites with a prescription.
- The ingredients have been linked to psychiatric troubles.
- Redotex includes diuretic ingredients.
We found Redotex to be a dangerous diet drug with high claims and little documented proof. The combination of tranquilizers, amphetamines and depressants presents an unhealthy combination. Dieters looking for proven weight loss should not use this product. None of the ingredients are proven to assist in any facets of weight loss.
With no verifiable website, ordering Redotex seems to be a scam. Although third-party websites offer Redotex, the dieter will need to submit a prescription. Another concern we found was Redotex is banned in the United States due to the combination of ingredients. Ordering Redotex may require the dieter to acquire the product illegally.