Oct
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Phentermine, Adipex & Tenuate

Obesity Expert Dr. David Edelson talks about appetite suppressants work these days compared to how they used to work back in the 60?s and 70?s. He goes on to describe how effective the appetite suppressant drugs on the market these days are, and how they have little side effects. Enjoy the video and please feel free to leave comments below.

Adipex and Tenuate are two drugs that possess anorexigenic effect, both for oral administration. Adipex and Tenuate are recommended for treatment of obesity as a short-term therapy in addition to diets and exercises. Adipex and Tenuate are different medicines with number of significant differences.

Adipex vs Tenuate: different active ingredients


Phentermine is a sympathomimetic amine and it is the active substance of Adipex diet pills. Phentermine affects hypothalamus, those parts specifically that regulate hunger and satiety feelings. Thus Phentermine inhibits signals of appearing hunger in the brain, in addition stimulating signals of satiety. Hence patient’s body thinks that it is full already even without food. Also Phentermine impacts on dopaminergic and noradrenergic nervous systems. Adipex is rapidly absorbed from gastrointestinal tract, yet the half-life is about 25 hours. Nowadays, Adipex is marketed in the form of tablets for oral use. And each tablet contains 37.5mg of Phentermine hydrochloride.

The other active ingredient Phendimetrazine is a sympathomimetic amine and it is the active substance of Tenuate diet pills. This substance is similar by its pharmacological effect to amphetamine. The thing is that Phendimetrazine acts in the central nervous system, suppressing appetite and increasing the blood pressure. Just as Phentermine, Tenuate is quite rapidly absorbed from the GI tract. Indications for use of Adipex and Tenuate differ from one another. Both drugs are recommended for short term treatment course of obesity with body mass index 30 and more. But unlike Tenuate, Adipex can be prescribed for prevention of obesity in patients, whose body mass index is just 27 and more if excess weight is potentially dangerous for their health. For example, if there is a risk of cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

Adipex vs Tenuate: indications for use

Indications for use of Adipex and Tenuate differ from one another. Both drugs are recommended for short term treatment course of obesity with body mass index 30 and more. But unlike Tenuate, Adipex can be prescribed for prevention of obesity in patients, whose body mass index is just 27 and more if excess weight is potentially dangerous for their health. For example, if there is a risk of cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

Adipex vs Tenuate: dosing

Adipex is more comfortable to use than Tenuate, since patient needs to take just one Adipex pill per day in order to achieve anorexigenic effect. Maximum recommended dosage is Adipex 37.5mg a day, maximum recommended dose of Tenuate is 75mg per day. Duration use of Adipex diet pills is longer than that of Tenuate (the half-life period of Adipex is 20 hours longer than of Tenuate). Therefore it is not necessary to take Adipex very often and not recommended to increase the doses.

Tenuate dosing involves both a single dosage of Tenuate 75mg and every day intake by 1 tablet of Tenuate 25mg, three times a day. Thus a three-time intake of Tenuate 25mg tablet has better effect than a single dose of Tenuate 75mg, because it allows to maintain stable concentration of Phendimetrazine in the blood within a day. It is recommended to take Adipex one time a day only, in the morning before breakfast. Therefore patient doesn’t have to monitor his daily dosing. Tenuate is less convenient for use, since the pills must be taken strictly 1 hour before meals. So patient has to constantly watch the time and always carry a pack with Tenuate pills. If you want to buy Adipex or Tenuate online, but have never ordered anorectic drugs online, please ask our online pharmacist all your questions. Before you order anorectic drugs Tenuate and (or) Adipex online, you can get consultation of qualified pharmacist from any country you live in.