Weight loss pill comes from flower power

Phentramin-D™, the safer, non-prescription alternative to Phentermine, the most prescribed diet loss pill, is fast gaining popularity nowadays, thanks to the Internet and the power of word-of–mouth plus social networking.

Phentramin-D™’s rise in popularity is partly due to Phentermine having been shown to be addictive (shared by its relatives in the amphetamine family) and has a lot of unpleasant side effects like pounding heartbeat, increased or erratic blood pressure, weakness, itching, rashes, psoriasis, various forms of mental disorder, spasms and trembling, dizziness and disorientation, heartburn, vomiting, the runs, constipation, stomach pain, dilated pupils, blurred vision, thirst, and increased female libido (in some cases, this last side effect could be desirable). In addition, Phentermine is not available via the Internet and cannot be bought without a doctor’s prescription — further contributing to its lessened popularity. Phentramin-D™ also costs less than Phentermine — with only some side effects like dry mouth, lack of sleep, irritability and moodiness. And so Phentramin-D™ is increasingly taking Phentermine’s place.

However, there are still questions about what’s in Phentramin-D™. Admittedly, Phentramin-D™’s active ingredients are a mouthful: 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine-hydrochloride and 1,3,7 – Trimethylxanthine — but don’t worry, they are just fancy

The two stimulants affect the central nervous system to trigger the release of glucose into energy, increase the heart rate and metabolism, increase blood flow and the brain’s oxygen supply, reduce one’s appetite, maintain alertness and ward off drowsiness. It is this combination of increased energy levels, lack of sleep and not eating that makes one lose weight in a few weeks.

This is the reason why this diet pill should ideally be taken early morning, noon or afternoon so one can still get some sleep in the evening.

This is also why it is important that Phentramin-D™ be paired with proper diet and exercise. Proper eating habits, exercise and healthy living will help fight the stresses due to the weight loss pill and also keep one’s weight down, once one has stopped taking Phentramin-D™ (it is recommended to be taken only up to 3 months, and then on-and-off).

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