Why America Does Not Have X112 Antiadiposidum With All Those Overweight Poeple Everything Else Seem To Work

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mady Says:


why can we not have X112 antiadiposidum in america with all those overweight poeple around. This drops are really working when everything else fails.Who we need to talk too to get them over here too. After all this is america and we should have this medicin .Why have something on the market but it seems nobody can get them. I know you have to have a prescription now for those drops. Cost about 25 euros.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mady! How are you?

These are actually just considered a supplement, which means they aren't an actual medicine and most countries don't require a prescription for them.

As to why they aren't available here, I really don't know, I've not been able to find any information on that. However, it likely has to do with some FDA regulations.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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