The ingredients in the product are said to stimulate thermogenesis, which helps breakdown fat cells, improve circulation, reduce stress, boost energy levels, control blood sugar levels and regulate metabolism. At the time this review was written, a 30 day supply of Phentarmine tablets could be purchased online for $87.
The ingredients in the white and blue speckled tablets include: L-Phenylalanine, Synephrine HCL, Theobromine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Copper Sulfate, 7-Keto (DHEA), L-Carnitine, and L-Taurine.
Some of the active ingredients in the formula are believed to provide the following benefits for weight loss.
L-Phenylalanine – this is an essential amino acid that is said to provide appetite control by releasing cholecystokinin, an intestinal hormone that tells the brain to feel satisfied after eating.
Synephrine HCL – this substance increases energy and provides appetite suppression. It is believed by some to be a safer alternative to epehdra, however, synephrine, a stimulant also known as bitter orange, has, in some cases, been found to be unsafe, especially when combined with other stimulants such as caffeine. This can increase the risk of high blood pressure and more serve side effects including heart attack and stroke.
L-Taurine – this is required by the body to produce bile, which is essential for fat digestion, fat-soluble vitamin absorption and supporting healthy cholesterol levels. It has also been marketed as a natural energy booster and a mood enhancer.
7-Keto (DHEA) – this ingredient is commonly used in bodybuilder supplements and the claim is that it can help a person burn fat, lose weight, tone up, retain proper hormone levels and boost overall wellbeing.
Despite the claims made about the substances in the formula, there are no clinical studies that prove Phentarmine Tablets will provide any weight loss benefits to those who take it.
Furthermore, even though Phentarmine Tablets is said to be “all-natural and safe” it can cause adverse side effects in some people. This product contains multiple stimulants or ingredients containing stimulants. The greater the number of stimulants in a product, the higher the risk of insomnia, jitters, headache, gastrointestinal upset, mood changes, etc. It is not recommended for users to take this product after 4 pm. Furthermore, anyone taking medication for cardiovascular diseases or are taking anti-depressive medication should not take these diet pills. It should also be avoided by those who have high blood pressure or who have had seizures or a stroke. Anyone interested in taking Phentarmine is strongly urged to consult with their healthcare provider first.