Remember Phentermine? It was supposed to be this revolutionary weight loss product that helped people lose pounds faster than Oprah could eat a cookie. And it actually did work. Phentermine was great in a sense that people who used it were able to increase their metabolism and energy level and burn fat a lot faster. It was also very good at suppressing appetite. Amid all this success, there was one glaring side effect. It seriously affected central nervous system. And not in a good way.
Basically, it made people more cranky. Some of the side effects of Phentermine included tachycardia (increased heart rate) and increased blood pressure. It was also causing insomnia, restlessness, headache, nausea, tremor, etc. Something like steroids, but only instead of packing on muscles, it helped you lose weight. Main reason for these side effects was methamphetamine, addictive substance that affects nervous system.
Check it out, there is even a complete Wikipedia page about it. Now, what connection does Phentermine have with Adiphene? Well hopefully none. Let me explain.
Adiphene is relatively new weight loss product that is often compared with Phentermine. Even though there is no final information about the drug, there is quite a few suggestions on what Adiphene is and how it works. One of the main benefits attached to it is that it is made without methamphetamine. Some even suggest that it may be side effect free. This is not still confirmed, but just what an accomplishment that would be. But until this is confirmed or denied, this is what we have to go by.
It is said that Adiphene can cause similar side effects as Phentermine, only to lesser extent and in milder forms. It is not recommended to be used by people who suffer from any form of heart condition, glaucoma, active thyroid, drug or alcohol addiction, or depression. It also should not be used by children under the age of 18, which is pretty standard for any weight loss product.
It is not recommended to be used long term without consultations with professional doctor. It is mainly designed to deal with obesity on short-term basis. So don’t go out and buy dozens of boxes that will last you well into following years. There is no need for it, 3-6 months would be just perfect!
Other than that, Adiphene is safe for use by any man or woman. I know what you are thinking. If it is that good, where is Adiphene Wiki page, right? At least Phentermine has one, even with all the issues it can cause. Well, it will take time. It is the very latest product that is still growing and spreading.
Only, once that day comes, Adiphene page may talk more about how it helps people, and less about how it affects them. Until then, check it out and see for yourself. It does not seem like you have anything to lose, except few pounds.