Redotex: Should you consider it?

redotex_4Redotex is a capsule that is promoted as the ultimate weight loss solution, helping you to lose 6 pounds within one week. The promoters of the drug suggest that it will help you replenish your body without having to spend a lot of money. The medication is manufactured in Mexico and is referred in some quarters as the “Mexican Miracle Diet Drug”. This is because it is only available in Mexico under the prescription of a medical care practitioner.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies Redotex as a dangerous drug and has banned its sale in the Unites States. The medication combines depressants and stimulants and this can cause adverse effectsd. The FDA suggests that it cause different types of complications such as high blood pressure, depression, severe diarrhea and psychosis.

Features of Redotex:

Redotex includes different ingredients such as Alona, norpseudoephedrine, Diazepam, L-triiodothyronine and Atropine sulfate. Norpseuodephedrine is an amphetamine which is commonly used as a stimulant and has similar properties to ephedrine, which has been banned. It has been noted to increase blood pressure and heart rate. Atropine sulfate has also been noted to increase the heart rate and affects the parasympatholytic nervous system. Diazepam is a medication that is commonly used to control seizures, relieve anxiety and reduce muscle spasms.

How effective is Redotex?

There are no clinical studies that have been conducted on the effectiveness of Redotex.


There are no advantages of the product.


· It is not sold in the United States

· There are reports that U.S custom officials are seizing individuals found with the medication

· There is no scientific evidence to support the claims on the effectiveness of the drug

· The manufacturer of the drug doesn’t have an official website.


From this review, it is clear that the product is a dangerous drug with no proof on its effectiveness. The product is sold on third party websites at a price of $125 for 30 capsules