Fenphedrine

Fenphedrine smells very suspiciously like another diet supplement called Fenphedra. A good look at their official sites confirms that Fenphedrine is Fenphedra albeit with a different name and label design.

Fenphedrine and Fenphedra:

Fenphedrine and Fenphedra aren’t just alike like two peas in a pod. They are one and the same pea! Fenphedrine’s site is just a rewrite of Fenphedra’s or is it the other way around? Even the packaging is the same; it’s just the labelling that’s changed. To add to the confusion, there is another supplement called Nuphredagen which has the exact same wording and packaging as Fenphedra. Don’t take our word for it, and check all their official websites. Fenphedrine, Fenphedra and Nuphredagen undoubtedly are products of one manufacturer, Garrett Devore Labs.

All About The Company Behind Fenphedrine:

Garret Devore Labs has a rather shady reputation with pending lawsuits and a FAILURE grade from the BBB (Better Business Bureau) organization. A lot of complaints have arisen regarding their underhanded marketing practices. These include automatic debiting of credit cards under their autoship programs and setting up numerous websites misleading customers into thinking they are reading independent, favorable reviews of the product. Lawsuits have also been lodged against the company’s illegal maligning of competing products.

What’s In A Pill:

We stand by our position that if you can’t trust a company’s reputation, you can’t trust the supplements’ effectiveness and safety either. Nevertheless, a look into Fenphedrine’s ingredients shows a disturbing thing. Fenphedrine lists its stimulant and inhibitor ingredients in much the same way as Fenphedra but with one big difference. One of Fenphedrine’s C.A.R.T. stimulators is an ingredient called humulus lupulus or hops . Conversely, this same ingredient is Fenphedra’s NP-Y Inhibitor ingredient. HUH? Now which is it really? Is hops or humulus lupulus a C.A.R.T. stimulator or is it an NP-Y inhibitor? It is rather disconcerting to see the same two supplements disagreeing on the role of its ingredients, isn’t it? It is even more perturbing to know that these supplements are manufactured by one company which can’t seem to make up its mind. Does the manufacturer even know their ingredients? Scary.

The Bottom Line:

Fenphedra has been rated a zero in our product evaluation owing to its manufacturer’s fishy reputation. As Garret Devore Labs is obviously the same manufacturer, we recommend giving Fenphedrine a wide berth, too. Not only is the manufacturer dubious, but it is crystal clear that its ingredients are also highly doubtful.

Weight Comment’s Rating: 0 / 5

Don’t touch this with a ten-foot pole!

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  1. From Andrea Figueroa

    I purchased the three bottle set thinking I would be able to use them up. I tried four different brands of Garcinia looking for one that actually worked, but I had no results at all. I tried green tea extracts, green coffee bean and raspberry ketones. All I lost was a bunch of money. I took one Fenphedrine the day the product arrived, and two more capsules the following day, as directed on the package. I became too nauseated to eat, and spent the whole day in bed. I did not take any pills today, which would be the third day of using the product, and I still am unable to eat. Although the product does supress appetite as it claims, I have no idea how long it will remain in my system and continue to make me feel sick. I am now too afraid to take it again fearing the effects are too severe for my body to handle. I have never had a reaction like this to any diet product and I am actually afraid it might kill me if I continue. I would rather carry around the ten extra pounds than look really thin in a coffin.