Phentramine Review

by editor on February 28, 2013

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Phentramine is a non-prescription diet pill that is marketed as an alternative to the prescription diet drug known as Phentermine. The official website for this product is confusing to the point of misleading as it features a long list of articles about both products. As their spellings are so similar, it can make it difficult for dieters to keep the information about the two apart. Many marketers use this technique to increase the sales of their products as they lead consumers to believe that the supplement being sold is a medication.

It should be understood that Phentramine and Phentermine are not at all the same thing. The former is an over the counter herbal pill and the latter is a prescription drug available only with the permission of a licensed doctor.

Among the ingredients of the Phentramine formula are: 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine HCL, Caffeine Anhydrous, Kola Nut Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Chlorogenic Acid, Chromium Picolinate, r-beta-methylphenylamine HCL, Methylsynephrine HCL, Guggulsterones, Tyramine HCL, Hermala Extract, Coleus Forskohlii Extract.

The primary ingredients in this formula are powerful stimulants that act to increase fat burning and metabolism. Although these stimulants are safer than ephedra, there is concern that they may cause harm. In particular, the ingredient 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine HCL is currently being investigated for its potentially harmful side effects.

The rest of the formula contains some other stimulants, antioxidants and a thyroid stimulant that may or may not be effective for weight loss, depending on the amounts these pills contain.

Advantages of choosing Phentramine are that it is very easy to find and purchase online. This being said, the disadvantages are that it contains potentially harmful ingredients and is relatively expensive.

As for cost, Phentarmine diet pills are right in the middle of the range of prices found for equivalent non-prescription diet pills. At the time of this review, a single, 60ct bottle that will last for a month is $50 USD.

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