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  Yerba Diet
Drug uses
Yerba Diet is a supplement that allows your body to lose weight naturally due to the ingredients of this medicine. It may also be called an appetite suppressant and an energy booster as at the same time you don’t feel so hungry any more but still full of energy. It includes some herbs that increase the ability of your body to absorb food better and improve energy expenditure. With Yerba Diet you don’t have to be restricted to a diet and do any physical jerks. The medicine also stimulates heat production in your body (an important part of metabolic process) and allows it burn all your fat. Before Yerba Diet burns the fat it should break it into smaller particles and the process is called lipolysis. Among other ingredients of the medicine there are such as xanthines and cathecolamines that help this process.
How taken
Follow your doctor’s instructions when using the medicine.
Do not exceed the dose prescribed.
1 You shouldn’t use Yerba Diet if you have any of the following conditions:
Heart/liver/urination/thyroid problems
Enlarged prostate
Alcohol addiction
High blood pressure
2 Tell the doctor if you are taking or have ever been taking any drugs for Parkinson’s disease, depression, emotional and psychiatric diseases; diuretics, quinolone antibiotics, other appetite suppressants.
3 The medicine is for adults ONLY.
4 Yerba Diet is not supposed to treat or cure any diseases.
Side effects
Irritation, headaches, flushing, sickness, increased urination may be observed as side effects. If any of the following ever occurs, contact the doctor immediately: heartbeat irregularities, pain in the stomach, muscles, sallow complexion, dark urine.
Missed dose
When a dose is missed, take it as soon as you remember. Do not make up for it if it’s nearly time to take the next one, just skip it and follow your everyday schedule.
If overdose is suspected, call the emergency immediately.
  • Keep away from children
  • Store at room temperature
  • Keep away from heat, cold, direct light and damp places
  • Dispose of an outdated medicine