Adaprex-P is a new weight loss pill that is marketed as being the strongest pill you can get without a prescription. Many of you have probably heard about the prescription weight loss pill, Adiprex. Adaprex-P basically claims to be the generic version of that only better. In order to be more effective than the prescription it must be able to provide amazing results. So let’s see how Adaprex-P works, and if it really can provide such great results.
How Does Adaprex-P Work?
Adaprex-P claims to work in several different ways. It increases your energy, improves your mood, helps you burn more fat, and suppresses your appetite. Now if Adaprex-P really can do all those things then we have no doubt that it will help you lose weight. Let’s take a look at what makes up the Adaprex-P formula.
Interestingly enough, they focus on two faulty ingredients. First of all, they focus on hoodia, which has obviously been proven not to work. There have been as many studies that have proven green tea to work as have proven that hoodia does not work. This being said, the South African government has also stopped all exports.
From there, they focus on an ingredient called yohimbine. Yohimbine has been known to work as a natural aphrodisiac for men. There has been some speculation that it produces more
testosterone, making it unsafe for women. However, the reality is that they have proven in many case reports that it has actually been connected more to heart attacks and strokes.
We would not recommend using Adaprex-P. It may seem appealing at first. But realistically, it has nothing to offer. Adaprex-P does not promote weight loss, and it does not promote any other results. This product is a complete and total waste of time and money, and there is really nothing redeeming about it.