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Garlic Oil Side Effects
Flaxseed oil: Flaxseed oil is an herbal product and is generally well tolerated. Taken as flaxseed, it is a good source of dietary fiber. Studies of lipid lowering effects have been mixed and appear most effective in postmenopausal women and persons with a high cholesterol at the outset. No major side effects have been reported. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on who says: People say many things about Black Seed Oil so it depends. It's often touted as a magical cure for almost everything. While it has many proven benefits, it's not a panacea. See http://tinyurl.com/n72qges & http://draxe.com/black-seed-oil-benefits/ Re: side effects, people can be allergic to anything. I found warnings it can thin blood & lower blood sugar & BP but those are reasons people take it! ...Read more
Krill oil: can increase bleeding but would go to drugs.com and search for what they say. Or go to https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/ and search for krill oil side effects ...Read more
Coconut oil: When used with moderation and with the same amounts found in food, it is unlikely to have side effects or interactions. However, it is high in saturated fat and can increase cholesterol levels and so if you are taking anti-cholesterol medications you may want to discuss it with your physician ...Read more
I heard canola oil has side effects and not very good for humans , is it a total lie or is it debatable?
Bad: Canola oil is gmo. Never cook with it. Use olive or coconut oil instead. More info on: http://drfairchild.Blogspot.Com/2012/12/cooking-oils.Html. ...Read more
My gf is using this oil from amazon, "nature's pure bosom", it is working but what are common side effects?
No idea: If we know what is in this oil we may be able to be more helpful, or if she is having any side effects we may be able to tell if they are common to this oil. ...Read more
Probably not. : Apparently it's supposed to remove toxins. Pesticides, mercury, lead, antibiotics, etc can all be taken in in the diet and are difficult to remove. Best to not take them in. Then there are the imaginary toxins that companies scare you with so you will buy their expensive detox product -- these are fake. Dont buy it! eat healthy, stay hydrated. Avoid constipation and your body will do the rest. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Safe.: Contrary to what you may have read on-line, mineral oil is pretty harmless. If you apply it right after showering, while your skin is still moist, it will seal in the moisture and relieve dryness. If you have very sensitive skin you might get pimples or bumps from plugged up oil glands - but you won't know unless you try it. ...Read more
I read that there are side effects of using peppermint oil capsules, as with any drug, but are they severe?
Generally Safe: Probably safe in the short term (less than 8 weeks). Heartburn, allergic reactions, flushing, headache and mouth sores are most common. Since peppermint is processed in the liver, check with your physician to make sure that there are no interactions with other medications you are taking that are also processed along similar pathways in the liver. ...Read more
Are there any side effects, pros or cons using a vape pen without nicotine oil just flavored oil?
Nobody knows: There have been no studies of even short-term use, and nobody knows what is in the oils and their flavorings and what they do. Oil in general ain't great for lungs, and the vehicle used in these vaporizers is propylene glycol, and nobody knows what his does when inhaled either. While it is likely that vaping will not be as bad as smoking tobacco, nobody can say that yet with certainty. ...Read more
I don't believe: there are any "side effects or drawbacks" from the use of this "essential" oil on your face and neck HOWEVER I cannot find any scientifically based studies on the BENEFITS of such treatment! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Should i take someones prescribed 'fish oil' pills? What will be the benefit or any side effects ?
Are there any possible negative side effects to using eucalyptus oil in an infrared sauna long term?k
None known: Eucalyptus oil has many proven healing benefits. Inhaling the vapors in a sauna is beneficial for lungs and sinuses. You can have too much of anything so excess amounts might cause irritation of your eyes, lungs or sinuses or dizziness, but this would be an acute reaction and there is no known problem using small amounts long-term. See http://tinyurl.com/qa6zpkr for info on eucalyptus oil. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does fish oil have side effects? What is the best capsule to take? Want to try it out to see if it will help my current health issues
Safe: Unless you have an allergy to them, most experts feel that fish oil preparations have no serious side effects. Some people complain of bad breath or diarrhea taking them and they are somewhat of a blood thinner. All in all, i recommend them for their helpful effects on our health. See if your md agrees. ...Read more
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