Redotex, an illegal Mexican weight loss pill that is apparently sold a variety of places online through third-party or private vendors. Most people procure the drug directly from Mexico. While there isn’t a lot of good information about Redotex, it is said to be a combination of some pretty potent ingredients including pseudoephedrine and diazepam. The primary effect intended with use of Redotex is appetite suppression and from anecdtoal evidence there is reason to believe that it’s relatively effective for weight loss. However, when you consider the high price, safety issues and legal status of Redotex, it gets a little less attractive.
From the information available online about the Redotex formula, the following ingredients have been listed:
Redotex Side Effects
It isn’t clear whether valium is actually in Redotex, but as it may be associated with potentially severe side effects it would not be wise to take it without a prescription. As for aloin, the FDA no longer recognizes it as a safe herbal supplement or laxative. Other side effects due to the combination of ingredients in Redotex may include:
Based on the ingredients, you should not use Redotex if you are also taking any other prescription medications, especially MAO inhibitors, oral contraceptives or beta blockers. It is advised that Redotex not be taken for more than 2-3 weeks at a time and not more than 12 weeks in a year.
As with any illegal or prescription weight loss pill, Redotex does not come with a guarantee. Worse than that, the chances of buying a legitimate product are much, much lower as banned weight loss products tend to draw counterfeiters. This makes it especially hard to justify the high price of Redotex. In most places online it is sold for well over $100 per bottle plus high shipping costs. In any case, if you’re unwise enough to buy an illegal weight loss supplement online without a guarantee, you deserve to have your money taken.
Yes, Redotex may contain some chemicals which are available by prescription and which are known to be very potent, but that definitely doesn’t mean its an effective weight loss supplement. There are no clinical studies available to prove that Redotex is safe or effective for weight loss. A few of its active ingredients are being studied for their potential use in prescription weight loss, but it’s important to take the FDA’s health warnings seriously. We definitely don’t recommend trying Redotex even if you could get it on the cheap and straight from Mexico.