Forskilin With Mucinex And Augmentin

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Kristine Says:
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I have a head cold for which I'm taking Mucinex and Augmentin. Can I take Forskolin along with it?

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David Says:

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center ( / drug interaction tool), there are no interactions listed between Mucinex and Augmentin. However, when it comes to natural plant-derived OTC supplements such as Forskolin (coleonol) I'm afraid that Western medical literature doesn't cater to this category of medicine.

If in doubt, I would encourage you to get in touch with a naturopathic/holistic physician who can make sense of its mechanism of action to verify Forskolin's safety in combination with these other pharmaceutical-based medications.

It might also be best to just wait until you recover from that head cold so you don't have to worry about interactions. Hopefully it won't take more than a week or two tops for you to start feeling better.

Best wishes!

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