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Posted by: Jay | 2004/10/17

Hawthorn

I am interested to find out if it's safe to take Hawthorn (as part of a multivitamin supplement) on a long term basis? I've been searching for a multivitamin that doesn't contain iron & the only good one I can find contains Hawthorn. As this herb is traditionally used as a heart tonic, am also concerned if it can be taken at the same time as the beta-blocker Inderal. Have been on 20mg Inderal for some years & am currently gradually taking myself off the drug. Many thanks

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Dear Jay

The product with the hawthorn should not interfere with the medication you are on.

We would recommend that you take Bio-Strath Elixir or Tablets on a long term basis. This food supplement is suitable for people who are on any form of medication and Bio-Strath can be used long term. It is like taking a muliti-vit, but nature made it. It does contain natural iron as you would find in food and the research done on Bio-Strath shows zero side effects.

Kind regards.

Estie







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Posted by: Jay | 2004/10/18

Thank you for your reply.

Regarding iron in supplements, however, I'm 55 & post menopausal & understand that iron in a supplement is no longer required at this stage of life, hence my search for a good multivitamin that's iron-free

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