Phentarmine Tablets are an over the counter weight loss pill that are made and manufactured by a company called GS Labs. This product is advertised as being nutraceutical, and that it is an appetite suppressant that will also speed up the user’s rate of weight loss. The facility and conditions under which this product is created meets the rigid GMP standards.
The formula that makes up the Phentarmine Tablets were chosen to promote thermogenesis in the body. This is meant to help improve the breakdown of the cells, reduce stress, improve blood circulation, control blood glucose levels, increase energy levels, and provide improved metabolic regulation.
Those ingredients include: L-Phenylalanine, Synephrine HCL, Theobromine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Copper Sulfate, 7-Keto (DHEA), L-Carnitine, and L-Taurine. Those are all combined into a white and blue speck pill. Clearly, this formula is greatly based on stimulants, particularly in the form of synephrine and caffeine. Those two stimulants are quite powerful and while caffeine can be used safely, even on a regular basis, the same cannot necessarily be said about synephrine.
Synephrine is a substance that is commonly found in weight loss supplements, despite the fact that the FDA has specifically issued a warning to caution consumers against its use for this purpose. It not only comes with the risk of potential dangerous side effects for certain users, but those risks skyrocket when it is combined with caffeine, just as has been done in the formula for Phentarmine Tablets.
Synephrine –particularly when combined with caffeine – can raise the risk of issues relating to increased blood pressure and can put a user at a greater risk of stroke or heart attack.
At the time of the writing of this review, a one month supply of these diet pills would cost $87 when purchased from the official website of the manufacturer.
Even though the marketing for this product suggests that there is a great deal of benefit to its use, there are no clinical studies to show that the formula is effective and safe. Some of the ingredients have indeed been studied individually, but not all of them have been found to be helpful for dieters or even necessarily safe to use.
Among the potential side effects of using Phentarmine are mood changes, headache, jitters, sleep struggles and insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, and others. It is important that anyone who uses this product should not do so after 4pm as it will increase the risk of overnight restlessness and problems sleeping.