| Propranolol, Inderal, Betacheron
Propranolol is a beta-blocker.
Propranolol is known to readily cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB) into the brain, causing side-effects such as depression and nightmares; atenolol was specifically developed to be unable to pass through the blood-brain barrier in order to prevent this effect.
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Calcium may form unabsorbable complex with atenolol. Take at a different time of day.
Coleus forskohlii relaxes blood vessels. Combining Coleus with beta-blockers may have unpredicatable effects on blood pressure.
Beta-blockers reduce HDL. Chromium can offset the adverse effect.
Beta-blockers (especially propanolol) inhibit the actions of enzymes that contain CoQ10.
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