If you are taking prescription medications, the first question you should ask before choosing a supplement is if it will be safe for you. Some supplements can negatively interact with prescription drugs. With SaffroLean you won’t have to worry. There are no recorded negative interactions between SaffroLean and its ingredients with prescriptions drugs.
The ingredients in SaffroLean are Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3), Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Pyridoxine HCL (Vitamin D6), Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin D12), Green Tea and Satiereal Saffron. All of these ingredients are food based, organic structures. There are no stimulants or other artificial chemical compounds in SaffroLean. Taken in appropriate doses, these ingredients have no side effects unless you are pregnant, nursing or have bipolar disorder. If any of these conditions apply to you, discontinue use immediately and alert your doctor if you notice any negative reactions.
Satiereal Saffron, the most active ingredient in SaffroLean, has been judged not to be a health risk by the European Food Source Agency. In France, a clinical study conducted with 60 women also showed Satiereal to have no harmful side effects when taken in the recommended doses.
Allergies to these ingredients are extremely rare. There are a small percentage of people that may have an allergy to some of these organic elements. An allergic reaction to these ingredients is unlikely. But, if you are allergic to the Lolium, Olea, or Salsola plants, then you may have a reaction to the main ingredient, Satiereal Saffron, because it is a byproduct of a similar plant.
While SaffroLean is safe to take with your prescription medication, do not exceed the recommended dosage. Taking greater amounts of SaffroLean will not increase its effectiveness and can cause harm. Side effects of abusing SaffroLean include nausea, drowsiness, dizziness, and headaches. Extreme doses could also result in Saffron poisoning which will result in the yellowing of skin and eyes. It may also cause dizziness, vomiting, nose bleeds and bloody diarrhea. As long as you only take the recommended amounts of SaffroLean you will not have any of these problems.
It is advised to consult your doctor when you start using SaffroLean if you are already taking prescription medications. Though SaffroLean is a natural supplement with safe ingredients, your doctor should be well informed about your supplement and medication history to be able to so that he can accurately assure you that it is safe with prescriptions you are already taking.
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