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The Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interaction Analysis

The interaction between prescription medications and vitamins, minerals, herbs, and nutritional supplements is complex.

  • Many drugs alter the absorption or excretion of minerals causing a deficiency or excess.
  • Supplements can interfere or counteract the mechanism of action of a drug.
  • Some supplements can alter the metabolism of a drug increasing or decreasing its breakdown.
  • Some supplements can help reduce the side effects of medications.

Order your comprehensive drug-supplement interaction analysis today!

Also available is a professional report of the side effects of each of the prescription medications on your list. Sometimes the side effects of prescription medications are worse than the disease! Find out if the symptoms you are having are due to the drugs you are on.

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Ordering is easy: Click on the appropriate PayPal button and it will bring you to the PayPal web site.
Type your email and a list of your drugs into the Special Instructions box.
Your analysis will be sent directly to you by e-mail.

Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interaction Analysis $20 (for up to ten drugs).

Drug Side Effects $20 (for up to ten drugs)

 

 

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