Redotex cannot be legally be purchased in the United States, online or otherwise. Two of its components, diazepam and d-norpseudophedrine, are Schedule IV drugs under federal law.
Redotex is a Mexican diet pill composed of metabolic hormones, stimulants, a laxative and a sedative. It is the sedative diazepam and the stimulant d-norpseudoephedrine that render Redotex illegal in the United States. Diazepam is the active ingredient in the prescription sedative Valium, and d-norpseudophedrine is an amphetamine.
Schedule IV substances are legal when prescribed by a physician, but Redotex is not approved for medical use by the FDA. Since it is not an approved medication, doctors cannot legally prescribe it.