Anorectic Drugs

Developed as an alternative to amphetamines, anorectic drugs are a prescription diet pill that produce appetite suppressant effects.

Anorectic Drugs include: benzephetmine, diethylproprion, mazindol, phendimetrazine, and phentermine.

Anorectic drugs are controlled substances due to their amphetamine like effects. They drugs are available in caplet and tablet form and are taken orally.

The long term effects of anorectic drugs has yet to be established by there is evidence that if an individual has a pre- existing heart condition or a family history of heart problems, they should not use anorectic drugs.

Anoretic drugs can develop a physical and mental drug addiction within individuals.