Claiming to be the best selling diet pill with an exclusive lipotropic synergistic system, the basis of Phentromin’s claims are that it is supposed to release fatty deposits in the liver and turn it into energy, or at least that’s what lipotropic is generally defined as. They claim to use all natural pharmaceutical grade natural substances, which unfortunately cannot be true, because pharmaceutical grade would denote prescription ingredients, which are never exactly natural, nor are they commonly allowed for use in over the counter products.
The only ingredient really named in Phentromin is hoodia gordonii. Unfortunately, you cannot get real hoodia outside South Africa, because they don’t allow it to be legally exported. In addition, despite various previous attempts at proving its efficacy in the world of weight loss and appetite suppression, all studies to date have failed. They do use 2500mg, which is more than any other product. But again various doses have been tested and assessed, and all trials to date have failed, meaning it is not at all like Phentermine or an effective appetite suppressant.