Anorexigenic drugs have always been in demand among obese men and women wishing to get rid of excess weight and obesity as soon as possible. Scientists have created a large number of anorexiant drugs helping control increased appetite and effectively lose weight.
Among anorectics that have ever been sold at pharmacies, the most popular are:
- Lorcaserin (Belviq)
- Benzphetamine (Didrex)
- Phenmetrazine (Preludin)
- Dexfenfluramine (Redux)
- Mazindol (Sanorex, Mazanor)
- Diethylpropion (Tenuate, Tepanil)
- Fenbutrazate (Sabacid, Cafilon, Filon)
- Sibutramine (Meridia, Sibutral, Reductil)
- Methamphetamine (Desoxyn, Methampex)
- Mefenorex (Anexate, Pondinil, Rondimen)
- Fenfluramine (Pondimin, Adifax, Ponderax)
- Clobenzorex (Rexigen, Asenlix, Finedal, Dinintel
- Phendimetrazine (Plegine, Adphen, Bontril, Phenazine, Alphazine, Metra)
- Phentermine (Adipex-P, Duromine, Ionamin, Fastin, Lomaira, Obestin, Suprenza, Wilpo, Tora).
Combined anorexiant drugs are sold at pharmacies for rapid appetite suppression and treatment of overweight.
The most famous are:
Over time, some anorexiants were withdrawn from the market by manufacturing companies. Others are prohibited for use and withdrawn by the FDA request because of adverse side effects.
Today a large number of anorexigenic drugs are represented on the global pharmaceutical market. Despite this, Phentermine is rightfully considered one of the leaders in fighting with overweight and obesity.