Phentermine, Methamphetamine and Diethylpropion are anorexigenic drugs, used for treatment of obesity and weight loss in patients with extra body mass.
These drugs stimulate separate parts of the brain, causing fullness.
Phentermine is the most popular and best-selling weight loss pills in the USA, Australia and New Zealand. Phentermine has been used for obesity treatment since 1959, and today it is known under the following trade names:
Methamphetamine psychostimulant was approved by the FDA in 1943. Today it is used for the treatment of obesity, as well as for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In the USA, Methamphetamine is well known under such trade names as:
Today (2016) you cannot buy Methampex appetite suppressant at pharmacies in the USA. In April 2010, the FDA approved the drug under generic name Methamphetamine Hydrochloride.
The CNS stimulant called Diethylpropion has been used to suppress the appetite in obese patients since 1959. In different times, the FDA approved the following drugs containing Diethylpropion Hydrochloride active substance:
- Tenuate Dospan
- Tepanil (discontinued)
- Tepanil Ten-Tab (discontinued)
Small doses of these anorexigenic drugs suppress appetite, improving your mood and alertness. Exceeding of recommended dose may cause psychosis and physical or psychological dependence.
There is evidence that prolonged use of Phentermine, Methamphetamine and Diethylpropion causes negative change in the brain structure. Because these weight loss pills have high potential of abuse, they are used for obesity treatment, only if alternative therapy turned to be ineffective.
Phentermine, Methamphetamine and Diethylpropion drugs are listed in Controlled Substances Act. You can buy these slimming pills at pharmacies, only after a medical examination and only by the doctor’s prescription.