Our supplier does not recognize any side effects or contraindications related to SerenzoTM Orange Peel Extract.
2. Magnesium Citrate
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Serious side effects are unlikely to occur as well as allergic reactions. The side effects of using
Magnesium Citrate may include:
High levels of magnesium in the blood (hypermagnesemia)
If any of these effects persist or worsen, contact your doctor or pharmacist promptly.
The contraindications of using Magnesium Citrate may include:
Avoid use when on a low sodium diet;
Magnesium Citrate does not have known severe interactions with any drugs, but it has some mild, moderate, or even serious interactions with some medications. The indication is to always check with your doctor about implementing new supplements into your daily routine if you take any prescribed drugs, especially digoxin, sodium polystyrene sulfonate, tetracycline/quinolone antibiotics (such as tetracycline, and ciprofloxacin)
3. Nettle Leaf Extract (Stinging Nettle)
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The side effects of using Nettle Leaf Extract may include:
It is generally considered safe when used as directed. Occasional side effects include diarrhoea, constipation, and upset stomach.
The contradictions of using Nettle Leaf Extract may include:
People who are pregnant: Because Nettle Leaf might stimulate uterine contractions, which may contribute to miscarriage
People with diabetes: Patients with diabetes should monitor their blood sugar closely when using Nettle Leaf since there is some evidence that this extract might lower blood sugar levels or even could strengthen the effects of medications, raising the risk of
People with kidney or bladder issues: Nettle Leaf can have a diuretic effect, which may increase the effects of water pills, raising the risk of dehydration. It also may reduce the body's ability to remove Lithium, so as always, speak with your doctor about it.
Speak to your doctor if you’re taking one of the following: Blood thinners, Blood pressure medication, and Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
4. Oat Straw Powder (Avena sativa)
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While oat straw extract is considered to be generally safe, evidence on its safety for children or during pregnancy and breastfeeding is lacking The side effects of using Oat Straw Powder may include:
The contradictions of using Oat Straw Powder may include:
People diagnosed with celiac disease or other disorders of the digestive tract: People with celiac disease must not eat gluten, and since there may be a risk of cross-contamination with products like barley, wheat, and rye during processing, it is safer to avoid Oat Straw consumption
People with disorders of the digestive tract including the oesophagus, stomach, and intestines: It is recommended for people who have such disorders to avoid Oat Straw consumption since it could cause irritation or blocking of the intestines.
5. Lemon Balm Extract (Melissa officinalis)
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The side effects of using Lemon Balm Extract may include:
Increased body temperature
Those side effects may be reduced because consuming less than 2 grams per day lowers the risk for side effects, and our Vitamin provides 400 mg/day. Another way to reduce them is by taking Lemon Balm alongside food.
The contraindications of using the Lemon Balm Extract may include:
Speak to your doctor if you’re taking one of the following: glaucoma medications, thyroid medications, barbiturates, sedatives, drugs that affect serotonin, HIV medication, Blood thinners, Chemotherapy drugs
Ps: In some cases, the drug doses may need to be separated by several hours to avoid interactions. In others, a dose reduction or change of medication may be needed.
People having surgery: The extract might cause too much drowsiness if combined with medications used during and after surgery. The recommendation is to stop using Lemon Balm at least two weeks before a scheduled surgery
People with thyroid disease: It is recommended to avoid consuming Lemon Balm Extract when you have thyroid disease because it can reduce thyroid hormone levels, interfering with any medications or replacement therapy
6. Ashwagandha Extract
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The side effects of using the Ashwagandha may include:
Stomach irritation - especially if you have ulcers
"Ashwagandha is a safe herb when used as directed. When taking doses exceeding recommendations or larger doses, it may cause digestive upset or nausea."
The contraindications of using the Ashwagandha may include (people who should not use it):
People who are pregnant: At higher doses (more than the dietary recommendations), Ashwagandha is likely unsafe to be used during pregnancy because some evidence suggests that it may cause miscarriages
Patients taking benzodiazepines, anticonvulsants, or barbiturates should likely avoid ashwagandha because this botanical may have sedative and GABAnergic effects
People with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS): Ashwagandha extract is known for increasing testosterone levels alongside reducing cortisol levels, which can be beneficial for men and women - if you achieve the optimal levels. On the other hand, high testosterone levels are commonly seen in PCOS. So, consuming an extract that boosts this hormone can negatively affect those women that already have this hormone in excess
Autoimmune diseases: When you have those disorders, you are attacking your healthy cells by mistake. So, if you boost your immune system by taking the ashwagandha extract, you may increase the usual symptoms exactly because your body has become
People with high blood pressure: Some research indicates that Ashwagandha extract has a blood pressure-lowering effect, which could be a concern for people with high or low blood pressure because it can unbalance your levels. For those who have high blood pressure and take prescribed medications, you may experience an interaction between the extract and the drug or even an unexpected drop in your blood pressure; If you have low blood pressure, the extract could lower even your levels.
People with diabetes: Animal studies suggest that this extract might lower blood sugar levels, which is suitable for people with this condition. However, if you already take medications designed to lower blood sugar levels, adding the extract could cause blood sugar levels to drop too low unexpectedly. Patients with diabetes should monitor their blood sugar closely when using the extract
People having surgery: Animal studies suggest that this extract might have a sedating or tranquilizing effect related to its ability to make you calmer by slowing down the nervous system. However, healthcare providers worry that the extract may increase this effect when combined with drugs used during and after surgery. It is recommended to stop taking the extract at least 2 weeks before scheduled surgery and let your surgeon know about any supplements you take