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Beware of risky herb-drug combos

Last updated: January 2009

Herbal remedies can interact dangerously with medications. This table lists nine top-selling herbal supplement and some common drugs that may interact with them*. If you take medication or have a chronic disease, consult with your doctor before using herbs. And if you're already taking an herb, be sure to tell your doctor when he or she prescribes you a medication.

   

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