Amfedrine claims that they use 4 scientifically proven and safe ingredients for weight loss, and they even have a $10,000 Amfedrine challenge. They claim to provide university studies that you can read, and they also site news reports from 60 minutes and MSNBC, which are not exactly reliable, but rather just hyped up entirely.
Green tea -green tea has been known for its fat burning power with EGCG’s. But it requires 400mg at minimum, which most products don’t do, and those that do disclose the amount.
Chromium polynicotinate -it has been tested for weight loss and thought to regulate blood sugar. However, the only successful studies were conducted on athletes.
Hoodia gordonii -hoodia gordonii is illegal to export from South Africa. All major studies on hoodia gordonii have shown no significant difference and shown no results.
Caffeine anhydrous -caffeine anhydrous hypes up the system to burn more fat. But it only works for a short period of time, and it can cause various side effects.
Amfedrine Side Effects:
This blend could cause side effects such as increased heart rate, loss of appetite, vomiting, irregular heartbeat, diarrhea, dizziness, headache, raised blood pressure, and increased heart rate.
It would not be advisable to buy this product. It doesn’t have the right ingredients in the right amounts, nor does it even use any really valid claims. In general and short terms, you would be mistaken to buy this product, and you would not see any benefits from it, especially not in terms of weight loss.