Among the ingredients that could be found as a part of the Adepix formula are: African mango (Irvingia Gabonensis), caffeine anhydrous, phenylethylamine HCl (PEA), methylexamamine-x, hops, alchemla vulgaris, olea europea, cuminum cyminum and mentha longfolia. There may be more ingredients in the formula, but neither those nor the quantities of the known ingredients could be found at the time of this review.
The first ingredient in Adepix is African mango. Many non-prescription diet pills are now using this ingredient because of the results from a small study that showed it has some benefit for controlling blood sugar levels and cholesterol. Despite its rampant use, however, there is very little evidence that it will actually cause weight loss.
The second listed ingredient in Adepix Adipex alternative is caffeine anhydrous. Though there is no way of knowing how much of it is in this supplement, as actual amounts of the ingredients in the formula are not listed, it can be assumed that it is included in a relatively large quantity. This is a common substance in many weight loss supplements. It is difficult to tell what the result of this ingredient could be without knowing its quantity, as a lower dose might lead to some additional alertness or the potential for a very short term boost of the metabolism, but larger amounts can lead to unpleasant side effects ranging from jitters to heart palpitations.
The rest of the ingredients in that list have no clinically proven link with weight loss. Though many of those ingredients are commonly found in other supplements of this nature. For example, phenylethylamine HCl, which is a chemical found naturally in chocolate, is called a “love drug” because of its ability to promote relaxation and a mild sense of euphoria.
Adepix 37.5mg can be found online for sale for around $50 USD. This is an average price compared to other diet pills sold. One bottle should last anywhere from 20-30 days.