June 28, 2017
Fenphedra is a highly recommended fat burner and appetite suppressant. Consequently, when I heard Fenphedra manufacturers recently released a new detox supplement, I couldn’t help but be intrigued.
Fen-72 is a fast-acting weight loss supplement designed to accelerate your results when combined with Fenphedrine.
According to advertisements, “Fen-72 was designed with powerful detox and fat burning ingredients that will help turn your body into you a fat burning machine. By cleansing your body of toxins and undigested wastes, your metabolism improves and helps the fat burning ingredients work more efficiently and effectively.”
Sounds pretty good so far, doesn’t it?
However, most diet pills look good at a glance. To find out if Fen-72 could live up to its promises, I needed to do a little digging. . .
Are the Ingredients Effective?
Unfortunately, not all of the ingredients in Fen-72 are listed on the official website. I contacted customer support via live chat in order to find out the full list.
If you are unfamiliar with Fen-72, here’s a basic breakdown of the formula:
Dandelion Root. Dandelion may be a weed, but it’s also an effective laxative and diuretic. It stimulates bile flow, resulting in improved digestion.
According to experts at the University of Maryland Medical center, “preliminary animal studies also suggest that dandelion may help normalize blood sugar levels and lower total cholesterol and triglycerides while raising HDL, ‘good’, cholesterol.” 
Uva Ursi. This herb is primarily used to treat urinary problems, including bladder infections. It disinfects the body while promoting urine flow. Uva ursi contains tannins which shrink and tighten mucous membranes in the body, resulting in reduced inflammation and infection. 
Buchu. Buchu is another diuretic that disinfects the bladder and promotes urine flow. It is often used to treat urethritis, prostatisis, and pyelonephritis.
Preliminary studies suggest buchu alleviates muscle pain and swelling by inhibiting inflammatory responses. 
Glucomannan. Glucomannan is a unique fiber extracted from the konjac plant. It combines with water to create a gel-like substance, resulting in increased satiety. As it moves through the digestive tract, it pulls toxins and harmful materials along with it, inhibiting their absorption.
Studies show glucomannan supplementation may help dieters lose up to 5.5 lbs. over an 8 week period. 
Alchemilla Vulgaris. Also known as lady’s mantle, alchemilla vulgaris is commonly used to treat obesity, gastrointestinal pain, and inflammation.
Researchers have found achemilla vulgaris increases metabolism in cold environments. It also improves digestion by regulating digestive enzymes. 
Cuminum Cyminum. Cumin is a popular digestive aid due to its abilities to alleviate diarrhea, bowel spasms, and gas. It is said to increase urine flow to relieve bloat. Some also believe cumin is an effective aphrodisiac.
According to research, cumin improves glucose utilization, reduces blood sugar levels, and stimulates digestive enzymes to improve digestion. 
Mentha Longifolia. More commonly known as wild mint, menthe longifolia is an aromatic herb commonly used to treat digestion problems. It alleviates intestinal gas, stomach cramps, and indigestion.
Researchers believe wild mint relaxes the stomach and increases gastric emptying. This decreases the time it takes for food to pass through the digestive system. 
Olea Europaea. Olive leaf is reported to possess hypoglycaemic, hypotensive-diuretic, and antioxidant properties.
Studies show olive leaf reduces fat load and circulatory fat levels to optimize weight loss results. 
Senna. Senna is an FDA-approved nonprescription laxative. When used correctly, it clears the bowels and alleviates constipation. Senna is often taken before a colonoscopy. Unfortunately, it has not been extensively studied for weight loss.
Does it Contain Ephedrine?
Despite the “fen” in the name, Fen-72 does not contain ephedrine, fen-phen, or similar harmful ingredients.
Should You Worry About Side Effects?
Fen-72 offers amazing weight loss ingredients. They’re clinically proven to provide safe, reliable results without causing severe or long-lasting side effects.
Dieters should be aware, however, that the detoxification process may cause increased bowel movements. This is normal.
On the other hand, Fen-72 is not a laxative, so it should not leave you running to the restroom every few minutes.
Fen-72 contains multiple allergenic herbs. To reduce side effect risk, read the ingredient label carefully and double-check for any herbs you may be allergic to. When in doubt, talk to your doctor.
How to Use Fen-72
To start, take 5 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast. Then take an additional 5 capsules 30 minutes before lunch. Aim to drink at least 16-24 oz. of water with each serving.
Fen-72 should only be used to jumpstart your diet or cleanse your body of harmful toxins. It is not a long-term weight loss solution, and should not be used on a regular basis. Taking Fen-72 for more than 3 days will increase your side effect risk.
Can You Stack Fen-72?
Fen-72 can be taken by itself, but the supplement only lasts 3 days.
Consequently, the best results come from a combination of Fen-72, Fenphedra, and a healthy diet and regular exercise.
Be cautious of combining Fen-72 with any other supplement or medication. Some ingredients may interact negatively with others.
Who Shouldn’t Use Fen-72?
Fen-72 should not be used by anyone under 18 or by women who are pregnant or nursing.
If you are taking medication or have a medical condition, consult your doctor prior to using Fen-72.
Where to Buy Fen-72
In the past, Fen-72 was only available as a promotional product included with Fenphedra purchases at Fenphedra.com. Now, Fen-72 can be purchased as a standalone product as well for an affordable low price on the official site:
• 1 bottle: $19.99
• 2 bottles: $39.99
• 3 bottles: $59.99*
*Free shipping is available
Is there a Guarantee?
As with all Fenphedra products, Fen-72 is backed with a 90 day guarantee. That’s more than enough time to try the product and decide for yourself if you like the results.
If you are not satisfied with your order for any reason, simply contact customer support to receive a full refund of the product price (shipping and handling not included).
There are no expensive auto-ship programs or hidden charges, so you can try Fen-72 completely risk-free.
What About The Customer Service?
I’m impressed with the customer service provided at Fenphedra.com. I put their live chat service to the test, and within moments, I received complete answers to all my questions about the product.
There wasn’t any side-stepping around my questions or lengthy wait times while they researched the answer. It was simple, it was fast, and it was free.
In addition to live chat, you can contact customer service via the following:
• Phone: 866-602-8263
• Email: email@example.com
Should You Try Fen-72?
Fen-72 looks like a great addition to any weight loss regimen. The ingredients are backed with clinical research. The price is affordable. And, the money-back guarantee makes it worth trying at least once.
Although Fen-72 is not a long term solution, it offers fast-acting results without putting your health (or your wallet) on the line.
I have no problem recommending Fen-72 to dieters looking to accelerate their weight loss results.
 “Dandelion.” University of Maryland Medical Center. Available from: http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/dandelion-000236.htm
 “Uva Ursi.” University of Maryland Medical Center. Available from: http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/uva-ursi-000278.htm
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