Our expert says:
As far as I know Nobese contained norpseudoepinephrine and all such over-the-counter products were banned in SA a few years ago, because of their addictive nature. It may be available in other parts of the world via the Internet, but I would urge you to rather try losing weight sensibly with a balanced diet and exercise instead of getting hooked on an addictive substance. One of my Readers once told me that she had been using one of these nor-epinephrine-containing slimming pills for 15 years! Not just for the appetite suppressing effect, but also for the 'lift' the epinephrine gave her to make her more energised.
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