I Took Bethel30 For Two Days And The Stopped How Long Does It Take To Leave Your System

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LoLa Says:


I took bethel 30 diet pill for two days and I stopped after I notice dry mouth . Does any one knows how long it take to leave your body system .



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

From what I could gather, bethel 30 diet pills have a half life of around 30 hours. Half-life means that, say, 30 hours after ingesting the diet pills, half of the active amount will be gone. However, this doesn't mean that 30 hours later the second half will be gone as well. At that point half of the remainder will be gone, then another half after the same time interval and so on, until the drug is eliminated from the body. For example: if you took 10mg, in approximately 30 hours there would only be 5 mg left in your system. Then, after 30 more hours, there would only be 2.5mg left.

I hope this helps to answer your question!

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