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Posted by: Thinner | 2009/06/26

Thinz

Can you still get the original Thinz or only that herbal replacement?
DO you need a script?

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Our expert says:
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The active ingredient in Thinz is now a prescription product and as a result of this all related products are only available on prescription. The herbal "replacements" does not require a prescription.

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Posted by: tracey | 2009/07/16

hi i have script for thinz, however non of the pharmacies have stock and they say there is a worldwide shortage, and i have also heard they are banning thinz or other products containing d-norpseudoephedrine HCl. Is this true? why hve they stopped making nobese and eetless?

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