December 6, 2013
Anopril contains a mix of hydroxytryptophan, trimethylxanthine, synephrine, theobromine, and l-phenylalanine. If you are familiar with diet pills, you may recognize the first ingredient as 5-HTP. And despite what they might imply, it is a mood enhancer and actually has nothing to do with weight loss. Trimethylxanthine is just another name for caffeine, and synephrine, while its weight loss benefits have not necessarily been confirmed, its ephedra-like side effects have.
Anopril is not safe to take if:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition or a family history of medical conditions such as heart, liver, or kidney disease
- You have caffeine sensitivities
- You have high blood pressure
- you have a history of psychological disorders
- You are using an MAO Inhibitor
- You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- Insomnia and overstimulation
- Irregular heart beat, dizziness, and high blood pressure.
- Vomiting and headaches
- Anxiety, panic attacks, hallucinations
- Seizures and renal failure
- Kidney damage
- Reduced blood circulation to heart
- Heart attack or stroke
Overall Impression of Anopril:
Anopril is another mediocre imitator of the popular prescription Phentermine. They are not as blatant about it as some, but they are an imitator nonetheless. They offer only unsubstantiated claims, and they don’t actually provide much information. Synephrine is the only really strongly suggested weight loss ingredient, and unlike Anopril claims, it does not suppress appetite.