PhenObestin 37.5

PhenObestin 37.5 review

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On March 4, 2015
Last modified:May 15, 2015


  • PhenObestin 37.5 is a diet supplement that can be obtained without a prescription

  • It has been created for the purpose of aiding in weight loss

  • claims to suppress appetite, control hunger, and burn fat

  • Claims to improve blood circulation, enhance mood, and sustain energy
  • PhenObestin 37.5 has been designed as an alternative to Phentermine and similar diet drugs.

    When this review was written, a single bottle of PhenObestin 37.5 (60 tablets) could be purchased online for $64.95. It is recommended for users to two tablets, daily – 1 tablet following breakfast and one after lunch.

    Each PhenObestin 37.5 white with blue spec tablet contains: Phenylethylamine HCL, Thobromine Anhydrous, Yohimbine HCL 99%, Methylsynephrine HCL, N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine HCL, Synephrine HCL, and Caffeine Anhydrous.

    What is alarming about the above list of ingredients is the fact that every single one of them is a stimulant. This automatically raises a lot of red flags and calls the safety of this product into question. The simple reason being, multiple stimulants increases the potential occurrence of adverse side effects, especially for individuals with certain medical conditions, individuals who may be taking certain medications, and for anyone who has sensitivity to stimulants.

    Some common side effects associated with stimulants include, but are not necessarily limited to: rapid heartbeat, jitters, sleeplessness, anxiety, headache, stomach upset, mood changes, etc.

    In addition, another major concern about PhenObestin 37.5 is the fact that it contains two doses of synepherine, which comes from the bitter orange plant. Synephrine has been used in many OTC diet pills to replace Ephedra. Unfortunately, research has discovered that this substance may not be as safe to use as once presumed. It has been found that when synephrine is combined with other stimulants, particularly caffeine, the combination of these substances can increase the risk of very serious side effects, such as fainting, high blood pressure, stroke and heart attack.

    Considering PhenObestin 37.5 contains both of these substances, this diet pill could be quite dangerous and the risks of taking it may outweigh its potential benefits for most people. Since this is the case, it would be wise to either avoid this product altogether. However, if it truly is of interest to you, be sure to consult with your doctor first.

    In addition, although it is very likely that this product will raise energy levels because of its ingredients, there is no clinical proof that taking it will help a person lose weight.