Phentermine is now illegal to order online. So why is America’s most popular diet pill in black? Well, for starters, we’ve got some bags, envelopes, Indian businessmen, old white doctors with Mexican housewives, cement-filled pills, and New Yorkers.
Now, you may be wondering what the heck Hispanic housewives have to do with phentermine. Get ready, because I’m about to drop a bomb.
On January 2, 2007, Congress declared that it was 100 percent illegal to obtain a phentermine prescription online without an in-person consultation with your doctor. So it basically rules out…hmm…all the online pharmacies that have ever sold phentermine.
Here are two options:
1. Being scammed. First, you can order phentermine from a generic pharmacy site based in India or Panama (but pretend to be in the US), and then get scammed when they send you fake pills filled with concrete powder or a placebo. That’s too bad: in June 2006 you could have gotten your prescription online with an official housekeeper seal of approval.
2. Find an alternative. Be smart and look for alternative diet pills to phentermine. I have affiliate relationships with many companies that say their pills are the best, but in my Best over the Counter Phentermine 37.5 mg
experience (yes, I’ve tried) only Phentramin provided good hunger suppression. Of course, it doesn’t work for everyone who uses it, but I’d say around 98% of customers get results.
So is Phentramin all you need to lose weight and keep it off? No. In fact, any diet pill alone can only help you lose weight temporarily. But there is hope. See, with a phentermine alternative that suppresses hunger, you’ll have no trouble improving your diet. Without cravings, it will be easy to change your habits.