Ephedrine HCL Review
Ephedrine HCL is a bronchodilator and increases oxygen intake thru the opening of your breathing passageways. It has been included as a diet pill because Ephedrine HCL is commonly combined with other stimulants and diet pills for weight loss.
Other effects of ephedrine HCL are that it increases aerobic capacity and oxygen transportation abilities of a human body. When it is “stacked”, or used in conjunction with caffeine, it increases energy and thermogenesis. That means that it enhances the body’s ability to metabolize fats and calories in general. With increased energy and fat-burning capabilities, bodybuilders are also attracted to using the drug. When bodybuilders want to accentuate their muscular cuts, they use ephedrine HCL as a fat burner. The obese sing the praises of the drug for those same effects coupled with the fact that it is an excellent appetite suppressant.
Caution: Do not exceed recommended dosage or take for more than 7 days except on the advice of a physician. Consult a physician prior to use if you have heart or thyroid diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, glaucoma, difficulty in urination due to an enlargement of the prostate gland or if you are taking any prescription drugs. Do not take if you are currently taking or have recently taken MAO inhibitor drugs. Use only on the advice of a physician.
These statements about Ephedrine HCL have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Ephedrine HCL diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
The sale of Ephedrine HCL has been banned in some states. Health Canada has issued an Ephedrine HCL advisory cautioning consumers not to use Ephedrine HCL for weight loss.
Please read about the Ephedra Ban. The safety of ephedra products is currently under review by the FDA. Diet Pills containing ephedra alkaloids are currently banned for sale in the U.S.Ephedrine HCL,