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Rhodiola 110 Side Effects
Energy, stress, brain: Rhodiola rosea is a tonic herb that's been used for thousands of years. Proven benefits include improved memory & concentration, increased strength, shorter recovery after workouts, better heart function, better immune function, antidepressant, protects liver from toxins & improves erectile dysfunction. It occ, raises blood pressure & makes some hyper: http://www. Herbwisdom. Com/herb-rhodiola. Html ...Read more
If one is to take 25mg Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) XR with 60-120mg of rhodiola rosea extract (an maoi), what are the side effects that would occur?
Interaction: Rhodiola can help anxiety/depression and also augment the effects of adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine). This increases the risk of rapid heart rate, may increase blood pressure, can cause headaches, diminished appetite, insomnia, irritability and can also increase the risk of serotonin syndrome which is a life threatening condition causes by too much serotonin. ...Read more
Effects uncertain...: Polynerve 500 is an advertised product with claims of helping one's health. A patient should ask his doctor if the product is a real medication, approved by the fda for treating health problems. If the product is not a real medicine that has undergone years of real scientific testing, then one can't tell for sure if it works or not, and can't know what its side effects might be. ...Read more
Lipovite injections: Possible risks include pain at site, infection, bleeding and allergic reactions. Those with heart disease, abnormal heart beat or other heart problems should take special caution when using lipotropics as they can increase heart rate. Always consult a doctor before beginning any weight-loss program. Rare se include inflammatory bowel disease, ibs and GI issues with n/v, diarrhea. ...Read more
Tebutaline?: If you mean terbutaline, there ae many potential side effects with this drug including cardiac, respiratory and otehr problems. Please discuss these issues with your physician or pharmacist. ...Read more