And remember, we used to think it was only grapefruit juice
that interfered with certain drugs.
With calcium blockers (like felodipine) grapefruit juice
increases the chance of flushing, ankle oedema and faintness.
Given the large number of available medications, relatively few have been clearly shown to interact with grapefruit juice
Patients who drank eight ounces a day of grapefruit juice
increased their sirolimus levels by 350 percent.
is known to increase the levels of the drug sirolimus in a patient's blood, which is why doctors advise patients against taking the two in tandem.
An offbeat seasonal from Shiner, this is a 4% ABV lager beer made with the addition of Ruby Red grapefruit juice
niger that prompt the breakdown of furanocomarins to see whether these enzymes could be used to eliminate the compounds from grapefruit juice
Sulfur volatiles are extremely important to the aroma of grapefruit juice
. A few studies have indicated that there are different volatile sulfur compounds in grapefruit juice
But it didn't get full respect until the 1960s, when fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice
began to appear in restaurants.
Volunteers swallowed heart or cancer drugs with either a single glass of grapefruit juice
, water containing naringin - the chemical responsible for the fruit's bitter taste - or plain water.
You've probably heard that grapefruit and grapefruit juice
can cause dangerous interactions if you're taking certain medications.
NFC grapefruit juice
retail prices a mere $0.19/gallon higher than NFC orange.