Sibulean (sibutramine)


Ingredients:  sibutramine
Manufactured by Meditech
Content: caps /each cap 20mg 



Sibulean Meditech (Sibutramine HCI)


Brand Name: Reduce, Reductil, Meridia

Generic Name: Sibutramine HCI

Producer: Ordain


How sibulean works

Sibulean works by acting on the appetite control center in the brain. Studies demonstrate that using this medication together with a calorie restricted diet and exercise, helped patients slim down and maintain weight loss for up to 2 years.

The active ingredient in Sibulean is Sibutramine.

Sibutramine operates in the region of the brain that indicates the feeling of fullness (satiety). Meridia is under the name Reduce which is promoted in the US. However our brand of sibutramine is named ‘Sibulean’. It does not suppress appetite, which is not a signal to eat less. It is your signal to begin eating healthy.

Most people believe that sibutramine is an appetite suppressant but really it only tells your gut that you’re not empty. This medication blocks the reuptake of the brain chemicals (serotonin and noradrenaline) which help regulate the feeling of fullness. Fullness is your sign to stop eating. Having a feeling of fullness, means you might feel satisfied with less food.  Sibulean impacts chemicals in the body that are associated with weight maintenance.

Sibulean and weight control

Sibutramine is employed as a short term supplement to diet and exercise in the therapy and treatment of obesity.

It blocks a number of the fat that you are eating. It keeps it from being absorbed by your body.

Sibutramine is used jointly with a reduced-calorie diet and proper weight care to treat obesity in people who have specific risk factors. Those risk factors include diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol or triglycerides as they are commonly referred to.

Where does Sibulean fits in?

In fact, Sibulean is just a small portion of an entire plan that consist of exercise, diet, and weight control. Your daily consumption of carbs, protein, and fat ought to be equally split over a total of 5 or 6 daily meals. Follow the recommended doses, your diet plan, medicine, and exercise routines very closely and you will be fine.