Mexican Weight Loss Pills Review

It seems like the latest trend in the weight loss industry is to go south of the border. Don’t get us wrong we love horchata and hot pepper candy but Mexican weight loss pills are bad news. Why? Numerous safety issues. There is only one good reason why a diet pill will be offered in Mexico and not the United States. That reason is because it didn’t meet safety regulations.

It is never worth it to sacrifice your safety to lose a few pounds especially when there are effective all-natural weight loss pills out there. Let’s take a closer look at Mexican Weight Loss Pills.

Common Mexican Weight Loss Pills

Asenlix. Asenlix was a common prescription weight loss pill in the 1970′s in the United States. In what has become a too frequent occurrence with prescription weight loss products, Asenlix proved to be unsafe and was banned by the FDA. It is still available in Mexico.

Asenlix is an appetite suppressants. Appetite suppressants are great for people who struggle with overeating. If you have problems turning down that extra piece of pie, you might look for an appetite suppressant (although we don’t recommend Asenlix).

Asenlix is an expensive pill (over $50) and has questionable effectiveness. Some users love it, others think it is worthless.

Common side effects of Asenlix include:

  • nausea
  • anxiety
  • nervousness
  • dry mouth
  • difficulty breathing
  • headaches
  • diarrhea
  • the jitters
  • pulmonary issues
  • hypertension issues
  • heart issues

If anyone can remember the sad tale of Fen Phen, a weight loss product that messes with your heart is not a good thing.

Overall verdict of Asenlix: If it is not safe enough for the FDA, it is not safe enough for dieters.

Reductil. Reductil is another appetite suppressant and has been banned in Europe and the United States (it is even classified as a controlled substance). Studies show that it can have an effect with weight loss but like Asenlix, it can cause damage to your heart.

Common side effects include:

  • nausea
  • headaches
  • anxiety
  • heart issues
  • pulmonary issues
  • hypertention issues

It can be found across the border for around $50. There have been several people questioning the authenticity of Reductil in Mexico.

Redotex. Redotex has been touted as being a miracle weight loss supplement. The FDA begs to differ. Because of several clinical studies suggesting that Redotex can cause severe psychiatric problems. It is no surprise that Redotex inflicts side effects considering valium and amphetamines comprise its ingredient profile. Redotex can be effective at achieving weight loss but you might as well take crack-cocaine if you want to go that root.

It can be purchased in Mexico for over $100 a bottle. Out of these three Redotex is perhaps the most expensive, but also the most dangerous.

Mexican Weight Loss Pills Conclusion

Stay away from Mexican Weight Loss Pills. It simply is not worth the risk especially considering you can find safe and effective alternatives.

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