The name of this non-prescription diet pill is not only similar to the name of the prescription drug, but its white and blue colored capsules have clearly been designed to mimic its appearance, as well.
The ingredients in the Phentirimine formula are unknown. When this review was written, there was absolutely no information about this diet pill’s ingredients on its marketing page or anywhere else. This automatically raises some obvious concerns about this product. Without a list of ingredients, it instantly makes one wonder what the manufacturer has to hide. Furthermore, it means that is impossible to believe any claims that are made about this product being beneficial for weight loss.
All that is known about this diet pill formula is that it contains no amphetamines, it is an appetite suppressant, it is GMP certified, and you don’t need a prescription to buy it. In other words, virtually nothing is known about it. There isn’t even any mention of side effects. In fact, users are simply directed to contact their doctor if they notice adverse effects.
That being said, according to the directions for this dietary supplement, users are instructed to take 1 capsule before breakfast or prior to morning exercise and 1 again in mid-afternoon, but should not take a pill in the evening. Thus, although it isn’t officially stated, based on the instruction not to take the pills in the evening, it is likely that Phentirimine contains at least one stimulant powerful enough to risk side effects that could disrupt sleep or cause insomnia.
Users are warned not to exceed more than four capsules per day, and it is suggested to those who weigh less than 150 pounds to take half the recommended dose for the first week. At the time this review was written, a 30 day supply (60 capsules) cost $79.99.
Due to the severe lack of information about this product there is no way to know if Phentirimine is safe or effective for weight loss. In short, this diet pill cannot be trusted. Therefore, purchasing this product is not recommended. However, if it is something that interests you, talk to your doctor about it first and find out the information you need to know.