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slimming pills ## where can i buy ethagin tablets. needed asap. ## The name is commonly misunderstood, but I believe what you are referring to is Ephedrine, which was a stimulant commonly used for weight loss, until being banned in the US. Youcan read more about it and why it was banned here: Ephedrine Ban So, I am unsure where you can purchase it, though there may be others who know. Is there anything else I can help you with? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Ephedrine.
Thu, Jul 02 '09, 7:35 PM
Zerodol and asthma patient
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Can an asthmatic patient take Zerodol without any negative side effect? That is without triggering asthma attack? Thank you. ## Can an asthmatic take ethagines to loose weight without any side affects happening?I have mild asthma also and havnt had an attack For about 10years ...
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Mon, Jun 20 '11, 12:49 PM
What Is And Does Ethagin Do
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How long does ethagine take to leave the body??? ## I can't find any information on a product under this name. However, I believe you may be referring to something that contains the active ingredient Ephedrine and, if that is the case, it is stimulant that is used to aid in weight loss. However, it can create the risk of cardiac dangers, because it may elevate blood pressure and heart rate. As to how long it can be detected, if it is detected, I am afraid that I also have no information on that. Does anyone else know more? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ephedrine.
Fri, Aug 26 '11, 11:24 AM

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