Is It Safe To Take Grapefruit Seed Oil With Amlodipine

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Faith Says:
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I'm on amlodipine and linsinopril. I have m.s I get constant urine infections. The only thing that works it grapefruit seed oil. I am shocked to read you shouldn't take it with amlodipine. I'm on 5 mg. I've been take grapefruit seed oil for about a month. I check my blood pressure it still seems to be ok.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Faith! How are you?


It can potentiate how much of some medications is absorbed, which could raise them to toxic levels, thus, you should check with your doctor regarding this matter.

Are there any other questions or concerns?


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