Phentamedrazine is a non-prescription appetite suppressant from LabQ2. It has very obviously been marketed as an OTC alternative to the prescription weight loss medication, Phentermine. Phentamedrazine supposedly helps to provide hunger reduction and has been designed to be used in combination with a diet and exercise plan to help with weight loss.
At the time this review was written, the ingredients that make up the Phentamedrazine formula are unknown. Not even an image of a supplement facts sheet can be found for this product on the manufacturer’s sales page, or any other website that provides a review or any details about the product. This is troubling and immediately calls into question Phentamedrazine’s efficacy and safety.
Without an ingredients list, there isn’t even a sliver of proof that this weight loss supplement does anything the manufacturer claims. Not disclosing the ingredients makes one wonder if the manufacturer has something to hide or if they’re just lazy. Either way, this is not the sign of a reputable company or product.
That said, it is amusing that the sales page for Phentamedrazine actually states, “Don’t take risks with your health. Only order from sites with the Good Manufacturing Practices certification.” That advice would probably be taken with greater seriousness if it was backed by some details about the product being sold. As it stands, you would essentially be taking risks with your health by ordering a product with mystery ingredients, in spite of it coming from a GMP certified site.
Though no ingredients list has been provided, users are warned that the supplements may cause side effects like increased anxiety and restlessness. In many cases, particularly when it comes to OTC weight loss pills, these types of side effects are the result of stimulants, such as caffeine. Therefore, while this review cannot confirm for certain that there are stimulants or substances containing stimulants in the Phentamedrazine formula, there is a good chance that at least one stimulant or more is present.
When this review was written, users were instructed to take one capsule before breakfast or before a morning workout session and another capsule at mid afternoon. Users are warned not to take the pills in the evening and not to exceed more than four capsules (or two capsules according to another website) per day. Each bottle contains 60 capsules and cost $79.99.
Due to the fact that there is virtually no information about Phentamedrazine, it would probably be in your best interest to choose another weight loss product. Just be sure to consult with your medical practitioner before taking anything.