Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011613/002.

Names and composition

"IONAMIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011613/002 IONAMIN PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011613/004 IONAMIN PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 15MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011613/002 IONAMIN PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011613/004 IONAMIN PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 15MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
040872/001 PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 15MG BASE
040872/002 PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE
089120/001 PHENTERMINE RESIN 30 PHENTERMINE RESIN COMPLEX CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE

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I have heard about The Diet supplements?
Ionamin(phentermine), Iactually just but a 30 day supply. I would like to know if anyone in here have tried them and how effective they have been? Asked by Loni Pennella 1 year ago.

"Ionamin Capsules are indicated as a short-term (a few weeks) adjunct in a regimen of weight reduction based on exercise, behavioral modification, and caloric restriction in the management of exogenous obesity for patients with an initial body mass index ≥30 kg/m2, or ≥27 kg/m2 in the presence of other risk factors (e.g., hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia). Now doesn't that sound just wonderful? The FDA recommends a two week regimen but someone conned you with A) a product that probably isn't phentermine since it needs a prescription and B) selling you an unsafe quantity. These peddlers are definitely looking out for your best interest aren't they? Answered by Ivette Lagore 1 year ago.

I would like to recommend you my diet method that works fast. I find correct diet method and applied the method, then I lost weight easy. You must have the method that works. You can find the best method diet that worked for me and lost 14 pounds after 2 weeks. You can find more info from link below. Answered by Margorie Badanguio 1 year ago.

Yes, I know what you are talking about. My best advice is to go on 'maximuscle' website, they have a diet range and I have heard a lot of good feedback about it. Answered by Les Clery 1 year ago.


Is ionamin available in canada?
ok is it available in canada anymore and also if not what is the best weight loss pill to ask my doctor for? Asked by Esteban Finch 1 year ago.

Cleansing is the best way to lose weight in my book, and you are not putting a bunch of harmful chemicals in you. It actually gets rid of all that I would for sure look at that site……www. cleansewithcgnj. com Answered by Kia Valenzvela 1 year ago.

Harvey's, many of the Cara and SIR corp areas, as stated the ones are the majority, and relating to the primary woman's reply that's nearly a Manitoba common, you might also have local chains which are wonderful to 1 province handiest, whilst I went to Alberta within the 1980's there KFC and Burger Kings had been one outlet, and now not the equal BK I was once use to in Ontario had been I moved from. Answered by Mari Gazella 1 year ago.


Was Ionamin discontinued in the US?
My doctor gave me a prescription less than a week ago for the drug called Ionamin. My pharmacist told me today when I tried to fill it that it was discontinued last February. Does anyone know anything about this? Asked by Janie Hokkanen 1 year ago.

Pharmacist is partially wrong. Ionamine is also called Phentermine as well as Adipex. Your pharmacist probably does not have the branded Ionamine, and your doctor probably wrote for the branded Ionamine, so your pharmacist can not change to generic. Ask your pharmacist to see if he can give you the generic Phentermine. Answered by Glennis Forquer 1 year ago.


My doctor told me that Ionamin (Phentermine) has been discontinued in Canada. What other drug is available?
Asked by Timmy Knapko 1 year ago.

ewsTarget.com printable article Originally published July 6 2005 Losing weight with appetite suppressing drugs, herbs and macronutrients by Dani Veracity Are you trying to lose weight? If so, let me ask you a question: What would make your weight loss goals easier to achieve? Aside from having those pounds magically melt off, appetite control would probably help you the most, right? Unfortunately for most people, appetite control is easier said than done. We'd all like to look at a chocolate bar, a piece of cake or ice cream and experience no desire for it whatsoever, but many of us have psychological dependencies on these so-called "comfort foods." You may have tried fad diets or dangerous pills to try to lose those pounds and inches. But in the long term, they've all failed. So now what? Now is the time to really take control of your diet and body by finally controlling your appetite the right way. Here's a general rule: Knowing what not to do is just as important as knowing what to do. Similarly, before you learn how to really control your appetite and weight, you need to learn what doesn't work so that you can avoid it. If you wanted to, you could decide to become a methamphetamine addict and yes, you would lose weight. But you would also lose many other things, like your teeth, your money and your dignity. But still, weight loss would definitely occur. Of course, the above was an extreme example, but not all misguided methods of weight loss are as obvious. After the FDA banned amphetamines as appetite suppressants, diet pill manufacturers started producing pills containing caffeine, ephedrine and phenyl-propanolamine in one huge triple dose. When combined together, these three substances "produce effects and dangers very similar to those of amphetamines," according to Stephen Cherniske in Caffeine Blues. In other words, the manufacturers found a way to give consumers amphetamine-like diet pills while circumventing the FDA's prohibition. In 1982, the FDA realized what was happening and banned the triple combination of these substances as well. More recent appetite suppressant fads include the combination of fenfluramine and phentermine (Fen Phen) and ephedrine (Ephedra). In 1997, the Mayo Clinic reported that Fen Phen caused heart valve disease in 24 people, sparking lawsuits and widespread media coverage. To many people, "Fen Phen" has now become synonymous with "dangerous." However, Ephedra is still a hot topic in the media and legal system. The FDA has been steadfast in its ban of Ephedra in spite of a federal judge's decision to strike down the ban. The FDA's decision probably has more to do with its mission to discredit herbal drugs in favor of more dangerous – yet profitable – prescription medicines than with any earnest desire to keep the public safe, according Mike Adams. You can read about the FDA's real war against Ephedra in both a brief article by the Health Ranger and the Health Ranger's discussion of the FDA's policies on Ephedra versus Sudafed. So is Ephedra safe? It has been linked to 155 deaths in the United States. But remember also that prescription drugs are linked to 100,000 deaths and 2.2 million injuries per year. Ephedrine, meanwhile, has been safely used around the world for thousands of years. Ephedra certainly seems a lot safer than legal prescription drugs. Alternative medicine guides list many natural compounds that may serve as appetite suppressants. Among these compounds are guar gum, St John's wort (also an antidepressant), garcinia, Jerusalem Artichokes and Dahlia roots. The most powerful appetite suppressant, however, is a healthy diet. A healthy diet should include vegetable-based proteins. Proteins lower insulin levels, according to Everything You Need to Know about Fat Loss. Lower insulin levels mean more appetite control (spiking insulin initiates hunger pangs). A healthy diet also should contain carbohydrates with a low glycemic index, according to Dr. Thomas Wolever in The Glucose Revolution. These carbs "fill you up" and make you less likely to overeat. In fact, Dr. Wolever writes, "Consider them natural appetite suppressants!" If you want to know exactly which foods naturally suppress your appetite, all the information you need is right here on NewsTarget. Be sure to read the Health Ranger's article Five appetite control foods that suppress cravings without adding calories. Just like these natural appetite suppressants, your weight loss goals and desired body image are more accessible than you might think. More recent appetite suppressant fads include the combination of fenfluramine and phentermine (Fen Phen) and ephedrine (Ephedra). In 1997, the Mayo Clinic reported that Fen Phen caused heart valve disease in 24 people, sparking lawsuits and widespread media coverage. To many people, "Fen Phen" has now become synonymous with "dangerous." However, Ephedra is still a hot topic in the media and legal system. The FDA has been steadfast in its ban of Ephedra in spite of a federal judge's decision to strike down the ban. The combined use of fenfluramine and phentermine for weight loss is a classic illustration of an unexpected deadly drug interaction. These drugs rapidly became known as the famous "Fen-Phen" combination that gained great popularity as a weight-loss program in the mid-1990s… (The FDA approved the prescription appetite suppressant phentermine for single-drug, short-term—"a few weeks"— treatment for obesity in 1959. And in 1973 the FDA also approved fenfluramine as a single drug, with short-term use as a prescription appetite suppressant.); Answered by Enedina Slomkowski 1 year ago.

Enroll in an active art class, such as sculpture or ceramics. Answered by Roosevelt Dorinirl 1 year ago.

Obtain a plant for your office—watering it will make you more active. Answered by Mamie Sugahara 1 year ago.

Keep a smaller water glass, which you must refill often, instead of a substantial water bottle on your desk. Answered by Jed Jordt 1 year ago.

Drink lots regarding water. (You'll stand up for refills and trips on the bathroom. ) Answered by Darren Antolos 1 year ago.

I do think when you reduce your belly along with get accustomed to consuming much less, it helps. Answered by Korey Lonas 1 year ago.

Stand up each time you talk around the phone. Answered by Marlo Cloutman 1 year ago.


Is it safe to take ionamin to ruduce weight? and can you give me other slimming pills that is effective?
Asked by Rosana Wetherell 1 year ago.

Be sensible and get into the daily routine of exercising and watching what & when you eat. I lost 20 kilos without going to the gym or resorting to cheap dietory gimmicks.Walk every morning and watch what you eat- it should do the trick! Answered by Glynis Dunaway 1 year ago.

Quit taking pills and stop eating like a pig. This will fix everything. Answered by Markus Lukas 1 year ago.

u can alter ur diet pattern and lose u rwt. not by any pills .. they harms longterm .. consult dietician and change ur diet.. do regular fasts... this ll surely help u out Answered by Wiley Goon 1 year ago.


What are the best diet pills on the market..ive heard hoodia smart is good.....what kind do best for you?
what are phentermine or ionamin. Asked by Leighann Reulet 1 year ago.

Phentermine are the best,and you get that with a Doctor's prescription..You might as well throw your money out of the window using over the counter diet pills.That's why it's such a big market for 100 thousand diet pills,we Americans keep suckering ourselves into buying them.Wake up! They don't work! If you drink 64oz of water everyday,then you are so full you don't want to eat,and it flushes toxins out of your body...Please don't diet if you already weigh under 120lbs...please! Answered by Melissia Higbee 1 year ago.

I found some cheap hoodia tabs at walgreens, but they just supress hunger for awhile.. could work if diet is all you're after.. basically, you have to excercise a bit... I know i need to, good luck :) Answered by Myong Miosek 1 year ago.

Alli is the only one approved by the FDA, but the side effects are a bit tough to take. If you can deal with them, then that would be the best way to go. But, read all you can before you invest in the stuff. Answered by Janae Bussani 1 year ago.

If there was a pill that could make you skinny, don't you think Oprah, one of the richest women in the world, would have bought it and be as skinny and hot as Halle Berry by now? Answered by Arlean Safron 1 year ago.

drinking green tea I've known people who had bad side effects with hoodia Answered by Alica Piere 1 year ago.

I know you have prolly heard this a million times....eat right and exercie, there are no miracle weight loss pills out there. The ones that claim they are....could ruin your health Answered by Elena Royster 1 year ago.

phentermine or ionamin. Answered by Samantha Bunk 1 year ago.

ephedrine, caffeine, aspirin together work great Answered by Raymonde Ruffner 1 year ago.


Can someone tell me what all these pills are for and how you say the names?
Vicodin Apipex Ionamin Plegine Flavoxate HCL Please tell me how to pronounce them and what they are used for. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. :) Asked by Roselle Tsuha 1 year ago.

Vicodin (Vie-Co-Den) is an analgesic or pain reliever. Adipex (A-dip-Ex) is an appetite suppressant Ionamin (Eye-Own-A-Min) is also an appetite suppressant Plegine (Plea-Gine) is a weight loss medication FlavoxateHCL (Flave-Ox-A-Tate) is a muscle relaxer used in treating overactive bladder Answered by Lissette Maasch 1 year ago.

I guess someone will have a very relaxed weekend. Answered by Junie Delling 1 year ago.


I have heard about The Diet supplements?
Ionamin(phentermine), Iactually just but a 30 day supply. I would like to know if anyone in here have tried them and how effective they have been? Asked by Jonnie Chatley 1 year ago.

"Ionamin Capsules are indicated as a short-term (a few weeks) adjunct in a regimen of weight reduction based on exercise, behavioral modification, and caloric restriction in the management of exogenous obesity for patients with an initial body mass index ≥30 kg/m2, or ≥27 kg/m2 in the presence of other risk factors (e.g., hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia). Now doesn't that sound just wonderful? The FDA recommends a two week regimen but someone conned you with A) a product that probably isn't phentermine since it needs a prescription and B) selling you an unsafe quantity. These peddlers are definitely looking out for your best interest aren't they? Answered by Candra Livings 1 year ago.

I would like to recommend you my diet method that works fast. I find correct diet method and applied the method, then I lost weight easy. You must have the method that works. You can find the best method diet that worked for me and lost 14 pounds after 2 weeks. You can find more info from link below. Answered by Livia Romine 1 year ago.

Yes, I know what you are talking about. My best advice is to go on 'maximuscle' website, they have a diet range and I have heard a lot of good feedback about it. Answered by Gaylord Fiala 1 year ago.


Is ionamin available in canada?
ok is it available in canada anymore and also if not what is the best weight loss pill to ask my doctor for? Asked by Mandy Fraine 1 year ago.

Cleansing is the best way to lose weight in my book, and you are not putting a bunch of harmful chemicals in you. It actually gets rid of all that I would for sure look at that site……www. cleansewithcgnj. com Answered by Luis Scholin 1 year ago.

Harvey's, many of the Cara and SIR corp areas, as stated the ones are the majority, and relating to the primary woman's reply that's nearly a Manitoba common, you might also have local chains which are wonderful to 1 province handiest, whilst I went to Alberta within the 1980's there KFC and Burger Kings had been one outlet, and now not the equal BK I was once use to in Ontario had been I moved from. Answered by Dorotha Mcgillis 1 year ago.


Was Ionamin discontinued in the US?
My doctor gave me a prescription less than a week ago for the drug called Ionamin. My pharmacist told me today when I tried to fill it that it was discontinued last February. Does anyone know anything about this? Asked by Hugh Bridenbecker 1 year ago.

Pharmacist is partially wrong. Ionamine is also called Phentermine as well as Adipex. Your pharmacist probably does not have the branded Ionamine, and your doctor probably wrote for the branded Ionamine, so your pharmacist can not change to generic. Ask your pharmacist to see if he can give you the generic Phentermine. Answered by Blanch Zoroiwchak 1 year ago.


My doctor told me that Ionamin (Phentermine) has been discontinued in Canada. What other drug is available?
Asked by Rachal Monfort 1 year ago.

ewsTarget.com printable article Originally published July 6 2005 Losing weight with appetite suppressing drugs, herbs and macronutrients by Dani Veracity Are you trying to lose weight? If so, let me ask you a question: What would make your weight loss goals easier to achieve? Aside from having those pounds magically melt off, appetite control would probably help you the most, right? Unfortunately for most people, appetite control is easier said than done. We'd all like to look at a chocolate bar, a piece of cake or ice cream and experience no desire for it whatsoever, but many of us have psychological dependencies on these so-called "comfort foods." You may have tried fad diets or dangerous pills to try to lose those pounds and inches. But in the long term, they've all failed. So now what? Now is the time to really take control of your diet and body by finally controlling your appetite the right way. Here's a general rule: Knowing what not to do is just as important as knowing what to do. Similarly, before you learn how to really control your appetite and weight, you need to learn what doesn't work so that you can avoid it. If you wanted to, you could decide to become a methamphetamine addict and yes, you would lose weight. But you would also lose many other things, like your teeth, your money and your dignity. But still, weight loss would definitely occur. Of course, the above was an extreme example, but not all misguided methods of weight loss are as obvious. After the FDA banned amphetamines as appetite suppressants, diet pill manufacturers started producing pills containing caffeine, ephedrine and phenyl-propanolamine in one huge triple dose. When combined together, these three substances "produce effects and dangers very similar to those of amphetamines," according to Stephen Cherniske in Caffeine Blues. In other words, the manufacturers found a way to give consumers amphetamine-like diet pills while circumventing the FDA's prohibition. In 1982, the FDA realized what was happening and banned the triple combination of these substances as well. More recent appetite suppressant fads include the combination of fenfluramine and phentermine (Fen Phen) and ephedrine (Ephedra). In 1997, the Mayo Clinic reported that Fen Phen caused heart valve disease in 24 people, sparking lawsuits and widespread media coverage. To many people, "Fen Phen" has now become synonymous with "dangerous." However, Ephedra is still a hot topic in the media and legal system. The FDA has been steadfast in its ban of Ephedra in spite of a federal judge's decision to strike down the ban. The FDA's decision probably has more to do with its mission to discredit herbal drugs in favor of more dangerous – yet profitable – prescription medicines than with any earnest desire to keep the public safe, according Mike Adams. You can read about the FDA's real war against Ephedra in both a brief article by the Health Ranger and the Health Ranger's discussion of the FDA's policies on Ephedra versus Sudafed. So is Ephedra safe? It has been linked to 155 deaths in the United States. But remember also that prescription drugs are linked to 100,000 deaths and 2.2 million injuries per year. Ephedrine, meanwhile, has been safely used around the world for thousands of years. Ephedra certainly seems a lot safer than legal prescription drugs. Alternative medicine guides list many natural compounds that may serve as appetite suppressants. Among these compounds are guar gum, St John's wort (also an antidepressant), garcinia, Jerusalem Artichokes and Dahlia roots. The most powerful appetite suppressant, however, is a healthy diet. A healthy diet should include vegetable-based proteins. Proteins lower insulin levels, according to Everything You Need to Know about Fat Loss. Lower insulin levels mean more appetite control (spiking insulin initiates hunger pangs). A healthy diet also should contain carbohydrates with a low glycemic index, according to Dr. Thomas Wolever in The Glucose Revolution. These carbs "fill you up" and make you less likely to overeat. In fact, Dr. Wolever writes, "Consider them natural appetite suppressants!" If you want to know exactly which foods naturally suppress your appetite, all the information you need is right here on NewsTarget. Be sure to read the Health Ranger's article Five appetite control foods that suppress cravings without adding calories. Just like these natural appetite suppressants, your weight loss goals and desired body image are more accessible than you might think. More recent appetite suppressant fads include the combination of fenfluramine and phentermine (Fen Phen) and ephedrine (Ephedra). In 1997, the Mayo Clinic reported that Fen Phen caused heart valve disease in 24 people, sparking lawsuits and widespread media coverage. To many people, "Fen Phen" has now become synonymous with "dangerous." However, Ephedra is still a hot topic in the media and legal system. The FDA has been steadfast in its ban of Ephedra in spite of a federal judge's decision to strike down the ban. The combined use of fenfluramine and phentermine for weight loss is a classic illustration of an unexpected deadly drug interaction. These drugs rapidly became known as the famous "Fen-Phen" combination that gained great popularity as a weight-loss program in the mid-1990s… (The FDA approved the prescription appetite suppressant phentermine for single-drug, short-term—"a few weeks"— treatment for obesity in 1959. And in 1973 the FDA also approved fenfluramine as a single drug, with short-term use as a prescription appetite suppressant.); Answered by Sonny Myers 1 year ago.

Enroll in an active art class, such as sculpture or ceramics. Answered by Elayne Rocchi 1 year ago.

Obtain a plant for your office—watering it will make you more active. Answered by Kerry Glander 1 year ago.

Keep a smaller water glass, which you must refill often, instead of a substantial water bottle on your desk. Answered by Priscilla Papandrea 1 year ago.

Drink lots regarding water. (You'll stand up for refills and trips on the bathroom. ) Answered by Kenda Cannatella 1 year ago.

I do think when you reduce your belly along with get accustomed to consuming much less, it helps. Answered by Jerrica Reistetter 1 year ago.

Stand up each time you talk around the phone. Answered by September Zauala 1 year ago.


Is it safe to take ionamin to ruduce weight? and can you give me other slimming pills that is effective?
Asked by Lyle Roden 1 year ago.

Be sensible and get into the daily routine of exercising and watching what & when you eat. I lost 20 kilos without going to the gym or resorting to cheap dietory gimmicks.Walk every morning and watch what you eat- it should do the trick! Answered by Evan Boyanton 1 year ago.

Quit taking pills and stop eating like a pig. This will fix everything. Answered by Dorothea Winther 1 year ago.

u can alter ur diet pattern and lose u rwt. not by any pills .. they harms longterm .. consult dietician and change ur diet.. do regular fasts... this ll surely help u out Answered by Meghann Ducote 1 year ago.


What are the best diet pills on the market..ive heard hoodia smart is good.....what kind do best for you?
what are phentermine or ionamin. Asked by Wilmer Caska 1 year ago.

Phentermine are the best,and you get that with a Doctor's prescription..You might as well throw your money out of the window using over the counter diet pills.That's why it's such a big market for 100 thousand diet pills,we Americans keep suckering ourselves into buying them.Wake up! They don't work! If you drink 64oz of water everyday,then you are so full you don't want to eat,and it flushes toxins out of your body...Please don't diet if you already weigh under 120lbs...please! Answered by Etta Leiter 1 year ago.

I found some cheap hoodia tabs at walgreens, but they just supress hunger for awhile.. could work if diet is all you're after.. basically, you have to excercise a bit... I know i need to, good luck :) Answered by Elza Anastasio 1 year ago.

Alli is the only one approved by the FDA, but the side effects are a bit tough to take. If you can deal with them, then that would be the best way to go. But, read all you can before you invest in the stuff. Answered by Javier Kimbril 1 year ago.

If there was a pill that could make you skinny, don't you think Oprah, one of the richest women in the world, would have bought it and be as skinny and hot as Halle Berry by now? Answered by Graham Fluegel 1 year ago.

drinking green tea I've known people who had bad side effects with hoodia Answered by Stacey Bechthold 1 year ago.

I know you have prolly heard this a million times....eat right and exercie, there are no miracle weight loss pills out there. The ones that claim they are....could ruin your health Answered by Mitchell Turnner 1 year ago.

phentermine or ionamin. Answered by Kenneth Deya 1 year ago.

ephedrine, caffeine, aspirin together work great Answered by Jayson Kovacevic 1 year ago.


Can someone tell me what all these pills are for and how you say the names?
Vicodin Apipex Ionamin Plegine Flavoxate HCL Please tell me how to pronounce them and what they are used for. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. :) Asked by Devon Gotham 1 year ago.

Vicodin (Vie-Co-Den) is an analgesic or pain reliever. Adipex (A-dip-Ex) is an appetite suppressant Ionamin (Eye-Own-A-Min) is also an appetite suppressant Plegine (Plea-Gine) is a weight loss medication FlavoxateHCL (Flave-Ox-A-Tate) is a muscle relaxer used in treating overactive bladder Answered by Elton Rizal 1 year ago.

I guess someone will have a very relaxed weekend. Answered by Tisha Bavzee 1 year ago.


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