I hope it's OK to post this question here.
Last year, I tried a weight loss product called Li Da Daidaihua. It worked great, in that it suppressed my appetite. For the first time ever, I had no problems following a low-calorie diet (I chose WW). I lost 8 kilograms fairly quickly.
Then, I read that Li Da was not natural at all, but contained twice as much sibutramine as prescription weight loss drug Reductil/Meridia (which has been banned in some countries, maybe even in the whole EU?), and that some people have died using it. That scared the h--- out of me, and I stopped taking it cold turkey.
But I keep reading glowing reviews written by people who swear by its effectiveness. As a former user of Li Da, I know it's works, but I would hate to take a supplement containing a banned prescription substance. On the box, it says that the ingredients are bitter orange extracts, india lutos, cassia seed, alisma orientalis, and L-carnitine, so if it does indeed contain sibutramine, it is not listen anywhere...