Leptoprin diet pills are targeted towards people who are significantly overweight. The Leptoprin mixture is composed of three herbs which are Paulinia cupana, Turnera diffusa and Ilex paraguensis. The manufactures of Leptroprin (AG Waterhouse) state that Leptoprin triggers extensive weight loss without its users having to make any real changes in their exercise regimen or diet. There are two versions of Leptoprin, one with stimulants and one without (called Leptoprin-SF). As with any diet pills, however, they are some side effects to consider.
Those who are considering taking Leptoprin should consider some of the possible side effects of the pill, including fatigue, weight gain (surprisingly enough, considering it's a diet pill) and headaches. As far as the weight gain side effect, one user even noted gaining up to five pounds in a week after starting on Leptoprin.
One the Leptoprin packaging, there is a warning for side effects such as dry mouth, insomnia and sleeplessness and anxiety. It is stated that these side effects are not uncommon during the first week of Leptoprin use. However, not all Leptoprin users will experience these effects.
Many Leptoprin users report no negative side effects at all. However, on the other end of the spectrum, there are also some Leptoprin users who have reported much more serious negative side effects such as pain in the kidneys and excessive urination. If you experience either of these side effects, you should consult your doctor immediately, and most likely stop using Leptoprin (especially in the case of kidney pain).
Though when most people hear the term "side effects" (especially with regards to a diet pill), they think of negative side effects. However, a lot of Leptoprin users have reported experiencing a lot of very positive side effects, including increased energy, significant weight loss, improved cognition, mood and performance.
Women who are pregnant, nursing, or intending to get pregnant soon should not take Leptoprin. Also, people who have thyroid problems, diabetes or a history of heart disease should consult their doctor before determining whether to take Leptoprin or not. Leptoprin consists of some very potent appetite suppressants that could potentially interfere with blood sugar levels in healthy individuals.