Contrave isn’t your run of the mill supplement, for quite a few reasons – the main being it’s not actually on the market yet. With the aim of producing a drug that really does help in the fight against obesity rather than just deliver false hope, the people behind Contrave claim to have come up with a winning formula and one we’ll be hearing plenty about. But regardless of whether a product is offered over the counter, or by prescription only, we’ve never come close to a wonder drug that can really make slimming a piece of cake. Wondering whether it’s all a familiar tale and you may once again be in for a let-down?
So, the question is, will Contrave hit the market as the new go-to product for fighting the flab, or is it all a load of hype over nothing?
According to Orexigen – the people behind the product – Contrave gets right to work on the central nervous system in order to both boost metabolism and limit appetite at the same time. In theory, it is said to be able to take control of the way in which the body’s metabolism is constantly changing and adapting, in order to ensure consistent and wholly safe weight loss. It uses Naltrexone and Bupropion – both established drugs – to make its mark on the body and has apparently shown great promise in early testing. But as mentioned above, we’ve heard about these exciting breakthroughs so many times before and all have come to nothing – will Contrave prove any different?
As Contrave has only just been submitted to the FDA for approval, it isn’t yet available to buy and when it is will probably be prescription only, at leastfor now. However, the company behind Contrave has a solid reputation, and the product itself is based on two drugs that have been tested extensively over the years, so chances are it will be able to do as it claims. It’s too early now to assess the whole story, but chances are there will be some real pluses.
It’s equally difficult to criticize Contrave at such an early stage, though suffice to say that fact that you won’t be able to buy it over the counter will rule plenty of people out of the running. What’s more, the fact that it is a drug rather than a natural product won’t win over some potential buyers – otherwise it’s impossible to assess the real minuses.
As mentioned above Contrave is based on the two drugs Naltrexone and Bupropion – both of which are extensively tested and are known for their beneficial effects. Of course, these and all drugs across the board are not suitable for everyone, so it’s important to take supplements only under advisement.
Ingredients: Naltrexone, and Bupropion.
Since Contrave isn't on the market yet it's not possible to weigh it's use in terms of actual user experiences. What’s more, there isn’t a great deal of information to go on at the moment, other than the fact that Contrave is in the hands of the FDA and is expected to be approved in the near future. Since there's no user testimonials or reviews, contrave can't be recommended.
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