Neobes Amfepramone hydrochloride
Neobes Amfepramone hydrochloride (a derivative of Amfepramone) is reported as an ingredient of Neobes in the following countries: Costa Rica Dominican Republic El Salvador Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and also Panama
Amfepramone and Other Anorexigenic
Amfepramone belong to the group of anorexigenic drugs, used for treatment of patients, who were diagnosed obesity. So all anorexigenic drugs provoke satiety, reducing the amount of consumed food and influencing on the number food intakes.
Most anorexigenic drugs by their pharmacological effect are similar to Amphetamine, being its derivatives that were chemically modified to reduce their adverse effects.
The neobes is a weight loss drug, the generic name is diethylpropion, which is also marketed as Tenuate. Until the end of 2009, this drug was not available for purchase in the United States and is legally available only by prescription in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Honduras and also Guatemala. The neobes acts by suppressing appetite, reducing the incentive to consume food and lose weight.
Each capsule contains:
Diethylpropion hydrochloride ………. 75.00 mg and also Excipiente csp …………………………. 1 capsule of
Auxiliary in the treatment of exogenous obesity, as aid weight reduction program based on the decrease in caloric intake.
1 capsule NEOBES * 1 hour before breakfast ensures (decreased appetite) therapeutic levels for more than 12 hours.
Administer for up to 8 weeks.