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Green Tea May Impede With Popular Blood Pressure Meds, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Reveals


1/14/2014 5:50:31 AM

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Green tea can weaken the effects of a commonly prescribed blood pressure pill, experts warn. Japanese researchers found the herbal drink blocks special cell transporters that normally help the body absorb the beta-blocker medicine. In tests, people who drank green tea alongside taking their tablets ended up with lower circulating blood levels of the drug nadolol.

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