What is this pill - with 'methyldrene 25 A27-10057' imprint?
- 22 Aug 2013 by Infinitemary
- 22 August 2013
I googled it, and found a product called MethylDrene-25. You should stay away from it, and if you found it on a child, you should look into it immediately. It contains ephedrine HCl. Their website says this:
"May be you ask yourself how we are still selling ephedrine after the ephedra ban on August 21, 2006. The answer is very simple.
Ephedrine HCL is not Ephedra. Ephedra for weight loss has been banned. Ephedrine HCL is the drug with ephedrine and it is used as a bronchodilator.
Although ephedra diet pills are banned, it is legal to sell remaining stocks of ephedra diet pills.
We bought remaining inventory from our distributors. Ephedra Products are highly effective weight loss supplements and have helped millions slim down to achieve their goals with proper nutrition plan and using recommended dosage. We have a select amount and they will be gone shortly as they are heavily demanded."
Another warning on the site is this:
"99% of orders reach destination without any problems but we are NOT held responsible for ANY orders confiscated by customs!"
Check with a pharmacist or doctor before taking ANY medication containing ephedra, ephedrine, or pseudoephedrine!! (I am a pharmacy technician. Please be careful with these products!)
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