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Redotex pills

Redotex pills are called “Mexican diet pills” by American consumers and “Redotex pastillas” by Mexican consumers.

what is a Redotex capsule?

It is a Mexican weight-loss supplement that is not U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved. It consists of the following five ingredients:

  • tri-iodothyronine 75 μg,
  • atropine 0.36 mg,
  • diazepam 8 mg,
  • aloin 16 mg, and d-norpseudoephedrine 50 mg per tablet.

Mexican diet pills redotex

Many diet pills are available on the Mexican market, but not many are as unsafe as Redotex capsules. This product contained a slew of stimulants and was first introduced in the 80s, though the FDA now bans it. This is certainly not good news for any supplement, especially since it is not being made anymore.

What does redotex do to your body?

 It contains stimulants, it has the potential to speed up the body’s metabolic rate. In turn, this helps people lose weight, and it can be used to calm anxious feelings.

As far as claims go, losing six pounds of fat in a week takes the cake. Some other claims include

  • Diuretic
  • Weight loss
  • Body detoxification
  • Boosted metabolism
  • Powerful appetite suppressant
  • Fat burning

You’re not alone if you’re wondering where the scientific evidence is backing these claims. We couldn’t find anything at all.

Redotex side effects

It can cause serious side effects, which is why it’s banned in the U.S., There are clinical reports of patients becoming severely ill after a single dose of this product.

Since even harmless supplements have a chance to deliver unwanted side effects, we felt this product warranted a closer look. Some of the more common side effects of Redotex are:

  • Dependency
  • Nervousness
  • Restlessness
  • Weariness
  • Dry mouth
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Fluid retention


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