- 3.50 / 5
Touted as a Mexican miracle diet drug, Redotex is made by a pharmaceutical company in Mexico named Medix. Because of the mixture of drugs that make up this weight loss supplement, a prescription is needed for it, and it cannot be sold legally over the counter. Making issues more complex, the US government and the FDA banned the intake of this diet medication as the blend of drugs located in Redotex had been associated with the occurrence of psychiatric troubles and even death. Redotex has amphetamines (which are unsafe for individuals with heart problems) and the sleeping pill, Valium in its recipe.
Laxatives, depressants, diuretics, and thyroid hormones are also contained in Redotex in addition to tranquilizers and amphetamines. A bottle of thirty capsules cost $84.99. It is suggested that you take one tablet before breakfast for two to three weeks, and then observe a “rest period” for one week, when you stop taking the medication. Following the week long “rest period”, you restart the cycle. DON’T USE THIS MEDICINE FOR MORE THAN 12 WEEKS DURING THE YEAR!
There is no website for this product. Websites which are not reputable extend an offer to fill your prescriptions online so that your privacy is ensured.
Redotex: Positive Features
Redotex: Negative Features
- It has produced various casualties and other grave health related troubles
- It is barred in the US.
This “medication” can be deadly. Look elsewhere. Miracle drugs are not supposed to kill you.