Many of you have heard of the diet pill Fenphedra and potentially shuddered by the sound of what it can do. It is marketed toward the hardcore dieter. and is supposed to help a person lose a lot of weight fast which can seem intimidating. In this review you will learn about this diet product, and if it really does the job as advertised. In its name alone, there are two different diet pill names hiding. Phentermine and Ephedra both are banned substances, so I did find this interesting. The company that produces the Fenphedra diet pill is based out of Utah. The pills are bright red and come in a clear bottle. A one-month bottle of these diet pills will cost you $70.00. They are sold on both Amazon and the company's main website. 
Table of Contents for Fenphedra Review
How Does Fenphedra Work?
When you look at the company’s main website, you will see the word “hardcore” a lot. They claim it can help boost your metabolism, increase your energy levels, maximize thermogenesis in the body and help you lose serious weight. If you are not familiar with what thermogenesis is, it is simply, “A metabolic process during which your body burns calories to produce heat.”  Don’t let the verbiage intimidate you however, because the product is simple to take and almost requires little to no organization.
The company recommends the dieter take two pills per day: one in the morning 30 minutes before breakfast and then again 30 minutes before lunchtime. That is simply it when it comes to the instructions about taking Fenphedra, so easy for the person on the go. Just like many diet pills similar to Fenphedra, they claim it can help your energy levels and boost your metabolism enough to burn fat.
The Ingredient List Given
- Chromax- The company’s patented weight loss formula that includes picolinic acid meant to decrease hunger, and control blood sugar levels.
- Caffeine Anhydrous- a form of caffeine that contains less water, therefore leading to more weight loss through thermogenesis.
- Green Tea- An antioxidant that promotes fat loss.
- Thermodiamine- A hunger suppressant.
- TeaCrine- Supports energy and mental clarity.
The Return Policy
“Due to the deep discounts, we only accept returns for one open bottle, and any other unopened bottles up to 90 days after the original purchase date (less S&H). Return Authorization is required for all returns. Please contact customer support after 30 days to receive an RMA number and instructions.” 
The Bottom Line: The company provides an ingredient list (not the whole thing) but some ingredients. The product is somewhat easy to use, but it also may come with side effects too.
Is Fenphedra Safe?
Although not shown in the ingredient list on the website, there is synephrine in the product which spider webs into a host of other ingredients like banned substances Phentermine and Ephedra. Synephrine is bitter orange and has many side effects. According to NCCI, “Bitter orange, used in some weight-loss products, contains synephrine, which is similar to the main chemical in the herb ephedra. Ephedra is banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration because it raises blood pressure and is linked to heart attack and stroke.”  I do not believe this product is safe in the long run for anyone to take.
The Bottom Line: This product comes with side effects, and I do not believe it is safe to take.
Pros and Cons of Fenphedra
The only pro is that this product is sold on Amazon. therefore creating some trust within the consumer. Honestly, there are more cons when it comes to purchasing Fenphedra because of the high price and the side effects that will come alongside. Another con is the lack of information that the company provides about itself, throwing more red flags about the integrity of the company. Lastly, their return policy is terrible essentially saying if you open this product you cannot get your money back. So if you experience terrible side effects from trying one pill out, you are out over $70.00.
The Bottom Line: There are more cons that pros, and the product is not reliable for substantial and healthy weight loss in the long run.
Overall, this product is just another run of the mill diet pill, but it has some sneaky ingredients that are not trustworthy too. I would not trust this company. Especially to create a product healthy for myself or anyone I know. Due to their lack of transparency on the website, and due to their half given ingredient list. The testimonials on the website are sparse and obviously positive. On their other point of sales (Amazon) they scored 2.5 stars which is an obvious fail. In a nutshell, this is not a safe diet pill to rely on and they do not promote healthy weight loss in the long term.
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