Supremin is a weight-loss drug that is quite popular among obese individuals who swear by the effectuality of the medicine in losing excess fat in a fast and relatively safe way. Find out how safe the drug is and all about its ingredients, usage and effectiveness.
What is Supremin?
As aforesaid, it is a diet pill available in a number of countries around the world. It is not to be confused with a Polish drug of the same name that is used in the treatment of acute, dry cough.
The drug is used to cure obesity in individuals with a BMI (Body Mass Index) higher than 30. It can also be used for curing obesity in people having a BMI over 27 as well as those suffering from health issues like:
- High cholesterol
- High Blood Pressure
Supremin: Mechanism of Action
The drug affects the region of the brain that controls the appetite of humans. It reduces the appetite in this way and makes a person have a satiated sensation (as far as hunger is concerned) even when he or she takes only a small quantity of food.
In countries like Poland and Croatia, Butamirate citrate has been reported to be an ingredient of this drug.
Picture 1 – Supremin
The medicine is usually available in two strengths: 15 mg and 30 mg. The tablets are generally film-coated and meant for oral consumption.
Supremin Usage Instructions
The drug is meant to be taken as part of a total weight management regimen that involves lifestyle changes, a healthy diet and a workout program for best effects.
Supremin Side Effects
The possible side effects of this drug include:
- Problems in sleeping
- Dry mouth
- Unpleasant taste in the mouth
- Flu-like symptoms
- Loss of appetite
- Changes in libido
The drug may also give rise to some other side-effects that are less common in nature. You should alert your doctor if you experience any of the above mentioned symptoms, which are severe and persisting.
The drug costs around $0.71 for ten 15 mg tablets and $1.03 for ten 130 mg tablets.