Clobenzorex

What is Clobenzorex?

Clobenzorex is a stimulant that is illegal in all forms in the United States. In the past and in some parts of Central America, it is still being used as an appetite suppressant in weight loss aids. Like other stimulants, Clobenzorex reduces fatigue and may improve concentration.

What are the common names or slang terms for Clobenzorex?

The slang term for Clobenzorex is “Greenies” because of its green capsule.

What does it look like?

Clobenzorex is sold in capsule form.

How is it used?

Clobenzorex is taken orally.

What are the short and long-term effects on the body?

Clobenzorex has Amphetamine-like Stimulant properties. While Amphetamines are generally taken to increase alertness, suppress appetite, or reduce fatigue, Amphetamine-use may lead to insomnia, an increase in blood pressure, irregular heart rate, dizziness, mood swings, paranoia, dry mouth, or hyperventilation. Visual hallucinations, paranoia, fears of persecution, hyperactivity and panic are frequently described by Amphetamine users. Studies also suggest that the use of Amphetamines over time could result in damage to the nerve endings that produce the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin.

Stimulants in general may lead to insomnia and feelings of nervousness, irritability, paranoia, or aggression. At higher doses or after long-term use, Stimulant use can lead to loss of weight, mild hypertension, hallucinations, convulsions, brain hemorrhages, and serious heart health issues including palpitations, rhythm abnormalities, circulatory problems and heart attack. A single extreme dose of a Stimulant can also result in death.

What is its federal classification?

Clobenzorex is illegal in all forms in the United States.