Ephedrin Arsan Ephedrin Arsan 20 Tabs

Ephedrin Arsan 50 mg 20 tabs

Efedrin Arsan is no longer available in stores today but it was one of the most appreciated Ephedrine weight loss pills manufactured in Turkey. The powerful product contained an impressive 50 mg of active principle per tablet, this high dose of Ephedrine HCL being responsible for the fast results of the drug.

Each pack included 20 tablets of Ephedrine in blisters and they were available not only for weight reduction purposes but also for treating the symptoms of colds, flu, allergies, hay fever or asthma. The potent ingredient incorporated in these tablets is one of the most popular bronchodilators and blood flow enhancers, so there’s no wonder the product was so loved by users all over the world!

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Efedrin Arsan was able to provide immediate relief from chest tightness and wheezing due to bronchial asthma, his fast action starting with the reduction of bronchial tubes swelling and the constriction of blood vessels found inside the nasal passages. Because of the high content of active Ephedrine HCL per tablet, the drug was often the first option for easing the breathing in people dealing with respiratory problems!

Besides, it was a very effective weight reduction trigger, able to accelerate the breakdown of fats and to ensure incredible energy levels for stressful daily tasks and intense workouts resulted from the breakdown of excess lipids.

The high content of Ephedrine HCL was, however, considered unsecure for certain categories of people and this is why producers of Efedrin Arsan decided not to commercialize the weight loss agent anymore and to replace it with safer Ephedrine HCL drugs!

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Servings per Container: 20
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Ephedrine HCl 50 mg *
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Providone, Magnesium steatate, Croscarmellose sodium, Colloidal silicon dioxide, Maltodextrin, Pregelatinized corn starch, Microcrystalline cellulose