Published On December 1, 2016

Redotex is a weight loss supplement from Mexico. It has been banned for sale and purchase in the United States by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a result of safety concerns.

At the moment, Redotex is sold through third party distributors as well as via certain doctors in Mexico. This supplement is highly controversial and is considered to be potentially dangerous. For that reason, it is greatly recommended that you not try to purchase it or take it if it is otherwise available to you. There are many other diet pills on the market and it is a far better idea to use one that provides you with safe effects instead of dubious ones that could harm your health.

If you are still thinking of using Redotex, make sure you speak to a doctor about it, first. That way, you can obtain the guidance you need to lose weight safely based on your needs and expectations.

The Redotex formula contains an amphetamine-like drug called norpseudoephedrine. It also contains a respiratory and circulatory stimulant called atropine sulfate. Moreover, each pill also has diazepam (a depressant), aloin (a laxative), and triiodothyronine (a metabolism increasing hormone).

The idea behind the Redotex pills is to use them with a diet that has the same name. In order to do so according to the directions, you would also need to take a second and third supplement from Mexico, which are called Ponderex 40 and Moduretic.

The main threat from Redotex in the case of both its pills and the diet as a whole is on its impact to your heart rate and blood pressure, as they can easily spike from the formulation. That said, those are not the only side effects associated with the use of this product. Others include dizziness, nausea and drowsiness. Moreover, when combined with the other recommended supplements, the FDA states that the adverse reactions could be potentially fatal. They may also lead to hallucinations, confusion and powerful imbalances of electrolytes due to the laxative and diuretic ingredients.

As though the side effects weren’t risky enough, it’s also important to note that Redotex will interact with many other medications and supplements on the market and will conflict with a broad spectrum of different common medical conditions. In fact, this supplement will even cause adverse reactions if combined with certain common foods and beverages such as coffee, energy drinks or other food products containing stimulants, among other ingredients.

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